Why Micromanaging Can Be Detrimental in the Film Industry

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Why Micromanaging Can Be Detrimental in the Film Industry

Why Micromanaging Can Be Detrimental in the Film Industry:Film Producer and Entrepreneur Don Hale Jr. speaks on one of the most difficult aspects he encountered during the making of the first film. Learning not to micromanage was difficult for Don, as he had a clear idea of what needed to be done. We learn that it is necessary to let employees do their job, despite it not being the way we would do the job.

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