Micromanagement neutralizes creativity.

Stripping work of meaning and context while pushing it down for execution prevents additional creative input, in part because the ideation/solution making has ended, and in part because autonomy has been removed 1B8B3. This typically also means that responsibility is being transferred, but authority is not. Defining tasks together can prevent accidental micromanagement 1B8B4A1 as can a TASC survey 1B5A1. Not leaving room for growth may do the same 1B9B2.