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Should You Micromanage Your Consultants? #1632
January 26, 2021

If You Should Micromanage Your Consultants

In episode #1632, we speak about whether you should micromanage your consultants. The general agreement when it comes to HR is that one should not micromanage, but the truth s that there are some contexts in which it can’t be avoided. Tune in to learn more about how budget, time, risk, and more can factor into your decision to micromanage your consultants or not.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

[00:25] Today’s topic: If You Should Micromanage Your Consultants.

[00:31] What we mean by micromanaging.

[01:01] It depends on how fast you want something done.

[02:05] If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys.

[02:53] Weighing up the risk of the task with the skill of the consultant.

[03:40] That’s it for today!

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