Five Situations When You Should Micromanage

Managers micromanage because of a need for control,” says D. Scott DeRue, associate dean and professor of management at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. “Decades of studies in psychology have established that people have a deep need for a sense of control in life and business. The irony is that micromanaging provides the manager with a sense of control, but at the same time robs the employee of it.

But… DeRue and Long offer five situations when a manager might want to be hyper-involved

via Five Situations When You Should Micromanage | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

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