High Stakes: When Hands-Off Management Works Best
Micromanagers beware: Research of casino hosts by Harvard Business School's Dennis Campbell and Francisco de Asís Martinez-Jerez and Rice's Marc Epstein makes the case that hands-off management can work to improve employee learning and decision making.
Turn over to another, as in When you've read it, please hand it on to Sam. This term can also be used in the sense of "bequeath" (see hand down, def. 1). [Second half of 1800s](hăndz'ŏn', -ôn')
Involving active participation; applied, as opposed to theoretical: "We're involved in hands-on operations, pulling levers, pushing buttons" (Arthur R. Taylor).
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