micromanagement


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micromanagement

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌmænɪdʒmənt)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the control of a business or project with excessive attention to minor details
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Such micromanagement and politicisation of the military justice system is troubling.
The group says it prides itself in being regarded as a "company of firsts" and puts its success down to a "rare pairing of micromanagement with a big picture vision".
How hapless and helpless micromanagement has made us become.
gas training including the micromanagement of expiry and renewal dates as well as the subsequent communication to operatives and staff of the council.
The school principal has been accused of high-handedness and micromanagement of the institution, raising criticism from teaching and non-teaching staff, a section of board members and students.
motives and why the common allegation of civilian micromanagement during the crisis is wrong.
CJP further remarked, 'There is no awareness regarding spreading of fertilizer or spray as there are issues of amount of fertilizer and spray and micromanagement.
Shah's micromanagement of the party has turned it into a formidable election-winning outfit.
ISLAMABAD -- Members of the Senate Standing Committee on National Health Services (NHS) asked the committee chairman to focus on policies and refrain from micromanagement.
We discussed the issue not only at the level of micromanagement and specific road sections, not only at the level of more efficient control of one or another institution, but also in terms of changing the entire body of government with respect to the issue," he said.
He is determined to cling to micromanagement of the railway when it suits him but points the finger of blame when things go wrong.
Stephen Gouthro said this life-altering responsibility to prepare Nigerian soldiers was not lost on him, adding one of the best parts of the mission was the lack of micromanagement.