Do you love details?
Well I don’t but if I want to stay out of trouble, then I have to develop affection with details. A micro perspective is like looking at reports or situations behind magnifying glasses. Metrics are better understood if supported with details. In engineering, a structure can not be safely built without giving attention to small details. Likewise, a doctor can not recommend an appropriate medical procedure without enough details. And so on and so forth.
Though too much micro information can cause a leader to miss the big picture. A view from the top enables him to strategize. A balance of both is necessary in management.
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