Micromanaging has become a dirty word in the corporate world. It’s used by employees to describe overzealous managers, who don’t trust them to perform the simplest of tasks without constant intervention.
Certainly, no one wants to work for a boss, who allows them no freedom, and who doesn’t want them to grow and gain experience by facing new challenges every once in a while. Additionally, a boss who spends all of their time obsessed with tracking their team members’ actions is probably not making the best use of their resources. Read more….