Early in my selling career, I enjoyed the luxury of being micromanaged
Paul Gillard and Rachael Radwinsky, two industrial psychologists, observed that 70 percent of employees have felt that they had been micromanaged
sometime in their careers.
But to some university officials, this amounts to the type of behavior Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa spoke against last week when he said, "Our universities cannot be micromanaged
Having said that, an employer needs to keep a constant "finger on the pulse" and never let up even if you are getting complaints from whining employees about being micromanaged
In the case of a medical company that was developing an innovative stethoscope, it proved beneficial that the validation of the design brief was micromanaged
by the NPD manager.
Soldiers do not need to be micromanaged
, says Mattis.
The evacuation of five makeshift Jewish communities in the West Bank was micromanaged
behind the scenes by the U.
Guaranteeing" seems to lie outside of IA's power unless IA controlled all staff and micromanaged
Khrushchev warred against legitimate science and the intelligentsia; he micromanaged
industry and agriculture, mostly to the detriment of all.
It wasn't Riefenstahl who facilitated the Final Solution by supplying the Nazis with business machines and the magnetic punch cards whose numbers would be tattooed on death-camp victims' forearms--it was Thomas Watson and IBM's micromanaged
On the other hand, there are few of us who haven't been micromanaged
at some time in our carver.