Unforeseen management involvement:
When the supervisor can't do the job and the OM or the VP must step in to make an adjustment to the supervision.
a. When the manager doesn't really know what he is doing and imputes his deficiencies to his subordinates.
b. When a manager has foist upon him by his boss a process that he knows won't work and tries to cover himself by micromanaging the person he will blame for the failures of the process which is considered viable by his boss.
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