Definition of micromanagement in English:

micromanagement

Pronunciation /ˌmīkrōˈmanijmənt/ /ˌmaɪkroʊˈmænɪdʒmənt/

Translate micromanagement into Spanish

noun

See micromanage

‘Of course, many schools do manage to transform themselves, but key factors in their success - autonomy, innovative leadership, discipline - are undermined by centralisation and micromanagement.’
  • ‘It will inevitably need support and guidance from council (read financial backing and political will) to do so, but it shouldn't be overwhelmed with micromanagement.’
  • ‘The terms of the debate centre on celebrating personal behaviour, community tidiness, local accessibility, micromanagement, voluntarism, neighbourhood activism, and so on.’
  • ‘Conservatives want less red tape and micromanagement from Whitehall pen pushers, so we can put more police officers back on patrol in the Vale of York.’
  • ‘Mahony and, sure as shooting, my conservative Catholic readers start pining for crackdowns, big sticks, and papal micromanagement of the American Church.’