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managerial in Business management topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmanagerialman‧a‧ge‧ri‧al /ˌmænəˈdʒɪəriəl $ -ˈdʒɪr-/ ●○○ adjective  BBBrelating to the job of a manager managerial skills
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managerialToday, managerial and professional workers have become increasingly vulnerable.This is the biggest crisis of his managerial career.Another loss would be another nail in Branfoots managerial coffin.Ranieri was impulsive in a way that business school case studies seldom account for when they analyze managerial decision making.a managerial decisionIn the years to come they had much to learn about themselves; their managerial identity was just beginning to take hold.This is her first managerial job.The research, therefore, studies the implications of these trends for individuals and their families within selected professional and managerial occupations.It justifies managerial power by showing that those who are affected by it are involved in making managerial decisions.Their decisions are binding on industrial tribunals and have had a significant impact on managerial practices by major employers.The subordinates alternately described the managerial role as providing sales leadership and as maintaining an efficiently run organization.Managerial skills and technical expertise are often in short supply.