- Noun: management manijmunt
- The act of managing something
"he was given overall management of the program"
- Those in charge of running a business
Derived forms: managements
- The act of managing something
ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT, ASSET MANAGEMENT, ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT, BRAND MANAGEMENT, CASH MANAGEMENT, CATEGORY MANAGEMENT, CHANGE MANAGEMENT, COMPLAINTS MANAGEMENT, CRISIS MANAGEMENT, CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT , CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT, DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT, DISASTER MANAGEMENT, EVENT MANAGEMENT, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, FLEET MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, INTERIM MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, INTUITIVE MANAGEMENT, INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT, ISSUES MANAGEMENT, KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, LINE MANAGEMENT, MARKETING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, MIDDLE MANAGEMENT, MONEY MANAGEMENT, OPEN-BOOK MANAGEMENT, OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT, PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT, PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT, STOCK MANAGEMENT, STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, SUPPLY CHAIN EVENT MANAGEMENT, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, TIME MANAGEMENT, TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT, TREASURY MANAGEMENT, TURNAROUND MANAGEMENT
the act of running and controlling a business or similar organization:
a career in management
a management training course
The report blames bad management.
He is responsible for the day-to-day management of the firm.
The company's top-down management style made decision-making slow and inflexible.
❖ effective/good/solid/strong management
◆ bad/poor management
◆ day-to-day/general/overall/routine management
◆ a management company/consultancy management methods/practices/skills/styles/techniques
2 [C with sing./pl. verb; U]
the people who run and control a business or similar organization:
The management is/are considering closing the factory.
The store is now under new management.
My role is to act as a mediator between employees and management.
Most managements are keen to avoid strikes.
We have hired a new management team.
Despite a management shake-up last year, the company is still in trouble.
❖ junior/senior/top management
◆ a management committee/decision/meeting/team a layer/level/tier of management
3 [U; C with sing./pl. verb]
the act of running a particular part of a company's activities; the people who do this:
The critical skills in sales management are recruiting, selecting and hiring the best sales reps.
a meeting between senior human resources management and employees' representatives
❖ data/inventory/sales/staff management
the process or skill of dealing with or controlling things or people:
poor management of people
the management of the crisis in the company
the waste management business
1) The decision-making role in organizations. If things are going smoothly, there is not much for management to do, but if things go wrong or new opportunities arise, somebody has to decide on hiring and firing workers, investing in new machines or scrapping old ones, marketing new products and dropping old ones, and how to raise the necessary finance. The role of management is to take these decisions.
2) The people who do the managing. This may involve a hierarchy, with junior, branch, or assistant managers exercising limited discretion, and the Managing Director as the overall boss of an organization, laying down general lines of policy, and hiring and firing assistant managerial staff to carry out the decisions.
3) Overall control of aggregate demand. See demand management
The people who administer a company, create policies, and provide the support necessary to implement the owners' business objectives.
n : the whole system of care and treatment of a disease or a sick individual the management of contagious diseases
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- incapable management ruined the company.
- management is frozen-face and silent.
- you will have to clear it with management.
- the type of ground management must be decided.
- bad management was a cause of the failure.