By Ed Mendlowitz
Tax Season Opportunity Guide
Some people are micromanagers and anal with details. Others are big-picture managers, letting details take care of themselves. Neither is completely effective and both disciplines need to be balanced.
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There is a time for details and a time for big-picture thinking. When setting up procedures and processes it is essential that all details be considered and planned for. Once the process is set up, there should be brief but continuous monitoring. And then the big-picture thinking should take over – that is where you will make your money.