Oversight is a concept, a responsibility, and sometimes a job description. Paradoxically, it can also have the opposite meaning: if we forget to do something we might call it an oversight. The term is very subjective and depends on individual perspective. Proper oversight can be perceived as a general responsibility by those being overseen, or as an excuse for micromanagement by those with oversight responsibility. Above all, oversight requires a collaborative definition for each situation.
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