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see industrial managementindustrial management,
term applied to highly organized modern methods of carrying on industrial, especially manufacturing, operations. The Rise of Factories
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management

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Corporate power elites distinguished primarily by their distance from actual productive work and their chronic failure to manage (see also suit). Spoken derisively, as in "*Management* decided that ...".

management

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Mythically, a vast bureaucracy responsible for all the world's minor irritations. Hackers' satirical public notices are often signed "The Mgt"; this derives from the "Illuminatus!" novels.
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Why does a storage administrator on a mainframe manage, on the average, well in excess of 40 terabytes of online storage while non-mainframe storage administrators manage just a few terabytes in comparison?
The second type of CRO is one that manages enterprise risk "through influence." This type of risk chief will not have direct report staff, but instead will monitor risks by developing relationships with business unit leaders.
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Responsibilities: He manages 35 institutional sales people and a $140 million budget as he is charged with servicing all of Citigroup Asset Management's institutional pension plans in the U.S.
(ii) The financial holding company does not routinely manage or operate the portfolio company, except as permitted in paragraph (e) of this section.
But what exactly is "corporate reputation," and how do you manage such an intangible asset?
On the other hand, the ISO may simply assist consumers by providing them with skills training on how to hire attendants, manage their employment taxes and payroll, and supervise attendant activities.
So, when confronted with a need to convince a reluctant management group about the need to manage diversity, you should start by referring to the business case and to an understanding of the value and benefits of a diverse work force.
"We have to get right with the future." Adds former Goodyear Chief Executive Stanley Gault, "We must learn to manage diversity effectively." And James Preston, head of Avon, warns, "Companies that do not adjust to cultural changes involving diversity are asking for trouble."
Managed care functions--enrollment eligibility, case management, customer services, risk management, contract management, and referral tracking--must be available to manage populations and complex contracts across integrated delivery networks.
That's what the author of this article proclaims, as he uses the image to describe how Park Service rangers manage our National Parks, the most recent example being Yellowstone National Park last summer.