A micromanager creates other micromanagers, and the latter become, in turn, carbon copies of those who shaped and guided them to a position of leadership. They wish to control everything, and, in most cases, they end up doing all the work for the team. Micromanagers…
Four to five members of a dev team are the sweet spot. I’ve worked on smaller teams and that usually led to too many late night crunches. Larger groups usually led to a less focused effort. The pizza rule is false. I’ve seen guys scarf down five slices per team member.