Micromanaging can trap any professional, but project managers are particularly susceptible due to the nature of their work. While making sure details are buttoned down, project managers must be careful not to do so in a way that exasperates the staff. Ironically, micromanagement usually produces less precision, because team members become conditioned to distrust their own judgment and wait for someone else to make decisions. Here, then, are a few ways to loosen the reins and manage more effectively.
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