Sadly, in many companies there is still the old-fashioned command and control management culture, which usually has a strong blame component. That is, if something goes wrong, managers look for someone to blame. Questions are asked such as ‘Whose fault was that?’ or ‘Who is to blame for this mess?’
The cure for micromanagement is to trust people and have tolerance for the inevitable errors that will
occur from time to time.
Find out the effects of a blame culture, how to avoid micromanaging, what questions to ask and how to communicate your desired outcomes. Read the article here…