Definition of joint management in US English:

joint management

noun

  • The fact or process of managing something together with another person or group.

    ‘the simulation was under the joint management of NASA and the European Space Agency’
    as modifier ‘the first meeting of the joint management committee took place in March’
    • ‘He is one of the key negotiators of the park's handover and joint management.’
    • ‘Service interdependent processes lend themselves to joint management and control.’
    • ‘Under the proposal the college and club would share facilities and coaching staff and establish a joint management arrangement, possibly in the form of a trust or charity.’
    • ‘The Palace Theatre, in London Road, is to reopen next week under joint management with the Cliffs Pavilion, in Station Road.’
    • ‘The most promising strategy to achieve these aims is based on a joint management approach, teaming the public and private sectors.’
    • ‘It could be exclusively handled by the community or be some form of collaborative or joint management with outside agencies.’
    • ‘In addition, there has been a joint management and union committee investigating some of the allegations raised.’
    • ‘The starting point to a solution has got to be the joint management of resources.’
    • ‘The best approach for sustainable forest management is to foster initiatives that encourage joint management between concessionaires, communities and district government.’
    • ‘The schools now run the scheme under joint management and offer 300 children up to 30 different courses.’