To micromanage or not to micromanage that is the question. There are different perspectives on this topic. An alternative view might ask the question, when does a leader need to be more actively involved in the details of a project? I think there are times to be more actively involved & times when to back away. The key is having the right sense about this.
FastCompany | The Micromanager Makeover
QZ | Why Marissa Mayer The CEO of Yahoo Embraces Micromanagement
Entrepreneur | How to Stop Micromanaging Your Team
“I have a tendency toward being a micromanager. Which, the bigger the project you’re involved in, the harder that becomes.” Christine Quinn
TED | Trusting Your Team – Conductor Charles Hazlewood
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