How micromanaging derails your efforts

12/9/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

Micromanagers can undermine their own efforts to build a company, Brett Martin and Thanos Papadimitriou write, noting that the entrepreneurial tendency to be in the trenches does not bode well long term. "Successful entrepreneurs know that their time is best spent preparing their employees for potential difficulties and helping those same employees learn from their mistakes," they write.

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