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Relating to management or managers.‘the division of managerial responsibilities’
management, directorial, directing, executive, organizational, controlling, governmental, supervisory, regulatoryView synonyms
- ‘It is accepted fact that there are more men in higher managerial and executive positions than women.’
- ‘She said her new role would be a more managerial and administrative one.’
- ‘Does that speak volumes about the opposition, or is it a testimony to his own managerial skills?’
- ‘It's understandable that the Government wants to salute their managerial success.’
- ‘It should also be remembered that this is only his first managerial job.’
- ‘This will be the biggest test of the managerial team, but they have stood up to every test so far.’
- ‘They cover some structural issues and some managerial issues and some process issues.’
- ‘We put it to him that he has to deliver strategic executive managerial leadership.’
- ‘Every aspect of Davies's managerial ability will be examined in answering those questions.’
- ‘The entire, sorry saga of managerial incompetence stems from that single decision.’
- ‘Telfer often gives the impression of being a coach first and a managerial strategist second.’
- ‘Years ago there was a managerial revolution in business, much written about.’
- ‘But as he approaches the end of his managerial career, what is there left for him to do?’
- ‘Unfortunately, you may have to relinquish some managerial control in exchange for their money!’
- ‘He has demonstrable managerial skills as Halifax CEO, where he really calls the shots.’
- ‘If you major in business and managerial economics, you'll learn how to answer questions like these.’
- ‘The match was as thorough a managerial triumph as it was possible to imagine.’
- ‘Just look at his managerial record and take in how far Sunderland have already come since he took charge.’
- ‘We require leadership and we require people who understand the service and the managerial issues.’
- ‘I enjoyed working under him and picked up a great deal that I try to implement in my managerial style.’
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