Six steps to getting leadership right: establish beyond doubt the aim and purpose of your enterprise; get the organisation right; get the right people into your organisation; get the right spirit into your people; get your communications with them right; and then let them get on with it. No plan survives the first five minutes of adversity so... Do not command more than is necessary, or plan beyond the circumstances you can foresee.
(Summary of a book review (book entitled 'The Art of Action: How Leaders Close the Gaps Between Plans, Actions and Results' by Stephen Bungay) found in Management Today January 2011 issue. Book review entitled 'Penetrating the fog of war' by Colonel Tim Collins about how insights gained in battle can be usefully applied to the world of business, not least knowing when to lead and when to delegate.)
ps. Note for future: Browse the meaning of the word/phrase "Mission Command".