management


management
noun
1 managing sth
ADJECTIVE
careful, competent, effective, efficient, good, proper, prudent, sound
bad, poor
day-to-day, routine
general, overall
centralized
business, corporate
personnel, staff
production
quality
project
farm, hotel
hospital, school (both esp. BrE) (usually hospital administration, school administration in AmE)
classroom
database, network, systems
ecosystem
asset, economic, financial, investment, money, portfolio, resource
brand
clinical, medical

the medical management of obesity

facilities
data, information, knowledge
crisis, emergency
risk
household
traffic
waste
pest, weed
forest, land
storm-water (esp. AmE)
wildlife
anger, anxiety, stress

He's been sent on an anger management course to help him control his temper.

weight
pain
change
time
VERB + MANAGEMENT
need

The project needs stronger management.

perform, provide

The company provides facility management and base operations support for the army.

handle

Day-to-day management is handled by his sons.

be responsible for, oversee

She is responsible for the day-to-day management of the company.

enhance, improve
facilitate
simplify
streamline
outsource
MANAGEMENT + NOUN
agency, company, consultancy, firm (esp. BrE), services
consultant, expert, guru, specialist
class, course, studies, training
plan, policy, programme/program, strategy, system
process
expertise, skills
guidelines
approach, method, philosophy, practice, style, technique
tool
solution
fee
PREPOSITION
in management

She is now celebrating ten years in management.

under sb's management

The club prospered under Ferguson's management.

PHRASES
a board of management
under new management

The restaurant is under new management.

2 managers
ADJECTIVE
junior (BrE), lower
middle
senior, top, upper
VERB + MANAGEMENT
criticize

The unions have criticized management over their handling of the dispute.

MANAGEMENT + NOUN
board, committee, personnel, staff, team
meeting
decision
job, position, post (esp. BrE), role
hierarchy, structure
shake-up
buyout
level

This decision should be taken at a higher management level.

PREPOSITION
in … management

young people in middle management

PHRASES
a layer, level, tier, etc. of management


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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