Dictator paradox: Why micromanagement is so tempting

I firmly believe all creative people hate when others tell them what to do. When instead of problems to solve, they are handled solutions to implement or, even worse, isolated tasks to just complete.

Yet, the world is full of micromanagers.

Over my career, I’ve heard countless complaints about how managers do not give their reports enough context…

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Zealous Engineer — TypeScript & Tech Leadership — Speaks — Loves maths — Reads specs — Vzhurudolu.cz podcast — Lives in Berlin

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