I have often written that micro management is a bad habit in some way indirectly sponsored by companies themselves.

I wasa talking about micro managing your directs, I’ve never thought about what some colleagues of mine define “PierG’s driver” that is micro managing UP.

In How Micro-Managing UP Can Help You Succeed, they guys from Management Craft writes:

Leaving your manager in the dark is not a good strategy, and can hurt your career.

Read the post and tell me: does micro-managing UP help you succeed?? What do you think as a manager and as a direct?

PierG