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Definition of microdamage


  • When management attempts to micromanage your job and then they fail at it causing damage to company or client relationship.

    Citation from "Marketing Neologism Resource Guide", LionTreeGroup, Burt Cavanaugh, August 27, 2015 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Aug 27 2015. Submitted by Burtcav on Aug 27 2015.

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