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To Micro manage or not?<br />Dr.sarma<br />
Do you know  why you&apos;re doing it?<br />A few minutes of introspection and self analysis  about the reasons why you ca...
Do you know why?<br />or perhaps you feel  insecure and so  can&apos;t stay out of the loop for long.<br /> &quot;It may n...
define your role. <br />One of the biggest causes of  micro-management is a failure to recognize what  one is paid to do <...
Evil or not?<br />Could it be that micromanagement isn’t a evil at all? <br />Could it be that it’s just plain pita—pain i...
What to do to get over this<br />If you find yourself irritated when others make decisions without consulting you. Check  ...
How to get away<br />If You are spending   time telling people exactly what to do and how. <br />Ask yourself: Is this kin...
Micro manage or train<br />There is an old Chinese proverb that says<br />Give a man a fish you cure his hunger for a   da...
Why Yankees lost?<br />the Yankees lost because Aceves gave up the winning run, and the question is, what was he doing in ...
What about people who are micromanaged<br /> think about it from the perspective of the employee. <br />Sometimes it’s eas...
Want to build team leadership?<br />One Incredibly Important Characteristic Of Successful Organizations<br />There is one ...
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tips o overcome tendency to micromanage

some managers seem to struggle with this incompetency syndrome.

control freaks are there in every organisation
yet no one approves of this tyle of management

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Micro Manage

  1. 1. To Micro manage or not?<br />Dr.sarma<br />
  2. 2. Do you know why you&apos;re doing it?<br />A few minutes of introspection and self analysis about the reasons why you can&apos;t leave people alone. May reveal as to why you do that to your subordinates<br /> It may be that, deep down, you don&apos;t have faith on your own people <br />
  3. 3. Do you know why?<br />or perhaps you feel insecure and so can&apos;t stay out of the loop for long.<br /> &quot;It may not be lack of trust but a lack of belief that your people can do what needs to be done.<br />
  4. 4. define your role. <br />One of the biggest causes of micro-management is a failure to recognize what one is paid to do <br />particularly if one came up through the hard work and promotions tendency to micro manage is high.<br />One needs to redefine that measure of success so you don&apos;t get caught in operations <br />
  5. 5. Evil or not?<br />Could it be that micromanagement isn’t a evil at all? <br />Could it be that it’s just plain pita—pain in the ass ? <br /> “YES!” And I think most would agree yet it can be never eliminated . <br />
  6. 6. What to do to get over this<br />If you find yourself irritated when others make decisions without consulting you. Check yourself: <br />What is wrong with my style ? <br />Am I power hungry ? <br />Or am I simply over anxious in trying to make sure that things are running smoothly? <br />How can I let go of the reigns to allow others some autonomy? <br />
  7. 7. How to get away<br />If You are spending time telling people exactly what to do and how. <br />Ask yourself: Is this kind of minute instruction really necessary? <br />there a way to give less and allow employees to find solutions themselves? <br />
  8. 8. Micro manage or train<br />There is an old Chinese proverb that says<br />Give a man a fish you cure his hunger for a day<br />Teach a man how to fish<br />You cure his hunger for the life<br />Micro managing is like giving a fish<br />Instead train people to perform as good as you can<br />
  9. 9. Why Yankees lost?<br />the Yankees lost because Aceves gave up the winning run, and the question is, what was he doing in there in the first place?<br />Well, Girardi knew that Robertson relies on his fastball, and that Kendrick is a good fastball hitter. So he replaced him with the more versatile Aceves.<br />Had the move paid off, it would have looked like a brilliant bit of micro-managing on Girardi&apos;s part. What a great use of little-used stats! But it didn&apos;t. The move backfired and he lost.<br />
  10. 10. What about people who are micromanaged<br /> think about it from the perspective of the employee. <br />Sometimes it’s easy to get addicted to being micro-managed since it takes away any sense of responsibility; <br />that is, if I screw up, I’m not responsible, my boss is. So there’s no fear of failure. <br />Furthermore, there’s no reason to make any tough decisions (which would certainly bring a reward) because there’s no sense of having the authority to do so. I’d use the word “stuckness” to describe that.Ref:Steven Rossi<br />
  11. 11. Want to build team leadership?<br />One Incredibly Important Characteristic Of Successful Organizations<br />There is one incredibly important characteristic of a successful team or organization.that is team leadership<br /> It is inherent and cannot be trained or programmed.<br />Especially if micromanaged great teams never get built<br /> With this trait a team can weather the storms of life together. When this is an attribute of an organization, regardless of the struggles it encounters, the vision can be accomplished. <br />

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