IPA [ˈmænɪdʒmənt] KK [ˋmænɪdʒmənt]


経営, 管理, 経営力, 経営の方法, 経営学

ラジオ映画館(Lux Radio Theater: Alice Adams (January 3, 1938) (Lux Radio Theater: Alice Adams (January 3, 1938))

ラジオ映画館(Lux Radio Theater: Alice Adams (January 3, 1938) (Lux Radio Theater: Alice Adams (January 3, 1938)) Image 59:40
  1. but the banjo no management problem you know i mean he he didn't do

    しかしバンジョーない管理問題あなた 私は彼が彼がやらなかったことを意味知っている
  2. well its management

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EF海外語学コース (EF Language Courses Abroad (ages 16-18, 18-24))

EF海外語学コース (EF Language Courses Abroad (ages 16-18, 18-24)) Image 08:24
  1. when a student arrives at ef, the academic management team

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【TED】ダニエル・ピンク: やる気に関する驚きの科学 (The puzzle of motivation | Dan Pink)

【TED】ダニエル・ピンク: やる気に関する驚きの科学 (The puzzle of motivation | Dan Pink) Image 18:37
  1. in the 20th century, we came up with this idea of management.

    20世紀にマネジメントという 考えが生まれました
  2. management did not emanate from nature.

    マネジメントというのは 自然に生じたものではありません
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  1. An ambiguous entity that typically occupies the upper floors of buildings belonging to corporations. Management creates policies, procedures, and various directives designed to stagnate a workforces creativity while simultaneously providing obstacles to the accomplishment of [work].
    Ted: Oh, my God! Now I have to fill out this stupid checklist and run it through QA before I can start the machine after shift changeover. Ralph: Thats management for you.
  2. A major that, as a condition for acceptance, requires the applicant to be unskilled in any area of recognized professional expertise.
    My dad didn't want to do any work, so he majored in management. It's company-sponsed [welfare].
  3. A medical condition - and the professional field opened upon contraction - which nullifies or in severe cases reverses the normal causative effects of gaining skill in an area as experience with that area also grows, as well as inverting the pay-to-productivity ratio.
    Bob got management and within 6 months had forgotten everything he had learned in his 10 years as a developer. He can't write a line of code anymore, but now he makes twice as much as he did before!
  4. The institution of watching without working, usually accompanied with a significantly higher [salary].
    Person 1: "Did anyone else notice the guy sleeping in the [crew] room earlier?" Person 2: "No, man, he's with [management]."
  5. Telling employees that they really are not understaffed by using "numbers" when we all know that numbers can tell whatever story you wish to tell, truth and fallacy. Directing you to the REAL definition of "Management" which Merriam Webster does not agree.
    Management: We crunched the numbers and you really don't need that many staff--how can you disagree with the numbers? Just because we had 6 people before, had added .5, and now have just doesn't mean you need that many!
  6. [management] is when resources (human and capital) are efficiently and effectively administered in a relative manner in order to achieve organisational objectives both disclosed and undisclosed.
    the top management should be careful not to waste resources, they should really learn to manage!