Trump’s hands-on management style to be tested by presidency

NEW YORK (AP) — The hands-on management style President-elect Donald Trump has brought to his many businesses over the years will be challenged by the presidency.

At times Trump has been reluctant to delegate. But while his multinational business is indeed vast, the scope of the federal government exceeds any of his previous endeavors.

The occupant of the White House oversees a workforce of more than 2 million people.

Even those close to Trump are gently suggesting that he will have to do some more delegating given the sheer volume of decisions needed to get his administration up and running.

A person familiar with private discussions regarding the transition but not authorized to speak about them by name says Trump has signaled willingness to relinquish some personal control, even if it chafes a bit.