NOBODY wants to be micromanaged. And most of us don’t want to be a micromanager.
Most micromanagers end up that way because they don’t really know how to delegate and/or they don’t have good people to give the work to. Other managers, trying desperately to avoid being a micromanager/jerk, swing too far in the other direction.
Good Luck Management isn’t actually better than micromanagement. It’s just bad in a different way.
Learn the difference, and 7 smart ways to manage without micromanaging in this article.