Tag Archives: Micromanagement

Eradicating Micromanagement: Four Steps to Building a Culture of Autonomy

Eric ChesterJuly 14, 2015 On-fire employees—the kind you’re perpetually attempting to hire, develop, and retain—need some latitude to make decisions in the workplace. The companies that are known for being the best places to work in their respective industries train, trust and empower their people to think and act on their own. In its 2014 Employee … Continue reading Eradicating Micromanagement: Four Steps to Building a Culture of Autonomy

Attention To Detail Or Micromanagement?

Dave BrockJanuary 27, 2015 Recently, I’ve been involved in a number of heated discussions on micromanagement and attention to detail. Often, at a superficial level, they look the same, but in reality they are very different. Attention to detail is critical both to individual contributors and managers. Micromanagement is a waste of everyone’s time–the individual … Continue reading Attention To Detail Or Micromanagement?