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Legislators' micro-management of funding detrimental to long-term goals
As it has become prone for them to try doing, Tennessee legislators are trying to micromanage the University of Tennessee.
Micromanagement or Insubordination: It's a Matter of Perspective
When trust erodes between a nonprofit executive and a board, the death throes of the relationship can be torturous. Forrest Rodgers used to be the CEO at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane, but last summer a simmering struggle between ...
Learning to let go and the perils of micromanagement
People who micromanage consistently pay an inordinate amount of attention to details that are better left to their subordinates and they always do so with the same level of intensity and scrutiny regardless of the situation.
Ex-Trump workers describe egocentric micromanager: 'Donald loves Donald'
A consensus emerged of a businessman obsessed with minute detail, prone to micromanagement, who takes little interest in the diversity of his executives or the welfare of lower-level employees.
Junk laws: Nanny State micromanagement
Now state lawmakers want to micromanage local school policies for fear that a stray ad on the outfield fence will lead a child into a life of snack cakes and soft drinks.

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