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micromanage

verb To exert an excess of control over subordinates’ activities.

micromanage

Administration A popular term for excess oversight of lower management by upper management
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Micromanagement of each constituency will be done and work will start from each booths.
Like a bad golf swing, micromanagement is a habit that may require personal coaching for the micromanager to learn to trust, listen, and delegate.
presiding, delusional behavior, arrogance, communication, distractions, and selective micromanagement.
I have often written here about the challenges of micromanagement and the limitations it puts on effectiveness and sustainability.
A House of Lords report is cited as the main influence on this shift towards more micromanagement.
Mr Jones said: "Nuneaton services have been greatly disadvantaged since then, due largely, in my view, to politically-driven micromanagement.
While initially somewhat vague about the reasons for his departure, it has been revealed thatthe reasons include inadequate compensation and an atmosphere of micromanagement.
And the new Universities Wales body expected to replace the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales had to ensure some level of independence to avoid micromanagement from Cardiff Bay, she said.
The world's media picked up on the story, mocking UBS both for taking micromanagement to an all-time low, and epitomising Switzerland's stereotypical pedantry.
In summary, never feel the need to justify your micromanagement style.
In a strongly-worded letter to the Department for Transport (DfT), train company association Atoc said the department showed "little sign of reducing its micromanagement of franchises".
Pakistan People's Party-Sherpao (PPP-S) leader Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao asked the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) government to reject the bill saying the US wants to 'involve itself in the micromanagement of the country'.