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middle management

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Business management
middle managementˌmiddle ˈmanagement noun [uncountable]  BBBmanagers who are in charge of small groups of people, but do not take important decisions that affect the whole organizationmiddle manager noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
middle managementThis aggression may be projected on to others, e.g., middle management, or turned back upon himself.The post-independence generation is already in middle management positions.Gordon is in customer support for a large computer company so heavy in middle management that he hardly ever works.We also recruit some assistant food and beverage managers with experience directly into middle management positions.At the other extreme, you might distinguish only among top management, middle management, and the front lines.Rumors swept up from the factory floor and lofted back down again from the cubicles of middle management.Perhaps the greatest deficiencies in the relationship between education and industry occurred in the training and recruitment of middle management.Some companies have dispensed with the middle management function altogether.
From Longman Business Dictionarymiddle managementˌmiddle ˈmanagementJOB managers between senior management and junior managementEliminating a layer of middle management, will move the decision-making process closer to the customer. management
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