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Finally what is Management?
Definitions of Management on the Web:
- the act of managing something; “he was given overall management of the program”; “is the direction of the economy a function of government?”
- those in charge of running a business
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- “Management” (from Old French mÃ©nagement “the art of conducting, directing”, from Latin manu agere “to lead by the hand”) characterises the process of leading and directing all or part of an organization, often a business, through the deployment and manipulation of resources (human, financial, material, intellectual or intangible). …
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- The guidance and control of action required to execute a program. Also, the individuals charged with the responsibility of conducting a program.
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/evaluation/glossary/glossary_m.htm Â Â
- Some advocate that software engineering is primarily about the management practices necessary to make reliable budgets and schedules. People at the Software Engineering Institute took this approach and created the CMM.
wiki.tatet.ru/en/Software_engineering.html Â Â
- In general terms related to wildlife, the intentional manipulation or non-manipulation of habitat, and/or the organisms within the habitat. Marine Having to do with the sea.
www.spaceforspecies.ca/glossary/m.htm Â Â
- is the organizational process that includes strategic planning, setting; objectives, managing resources, deploying the human and financial assets needed to achieve objectives, and measuring results. Management also includes recording and storing facts and information for later use or for others within the organization. Management functions are not limited to managers and supervisors. Every member of the organization has some management and reporting functions as part of their job.
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- Process by which conservation is made possible.
www.reefed.edu.au/glossary/m.html Â Â
- the supervising or directing of an enterprise.
www.artsconnected.org/artsnetmn/spaces/vocabulary.html Â Â
- Article should discuss the role of organization, group, concept, or issue in forwarding the interests of management. Please discuss history; in the case of organizations or groups, please discuss successes and failures, founding persons, financial backers, and political supporters; in the case of concepts and issues, please discuss the origin of the term, its impact on labor history, academic or public debate, or its use in the courts.
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- is the activity of getting things done with the aid of people and other resources.
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- Effective utilisation and coordination of resources such as capital, plant, materials, and labour to achieve defined objectives with maximum efficiency.
www.ecbp.org/glossary.htm Â Â
- The entity that is responsible for the day-to-day management of the property after occupancy. (Text field)
www.uic.edu/cuppa/voorheesctr/DB%20Dict%20update.htm Â Â
- What is happening to the patient? What historical data is important? Is this serious? Immediate response needed? What physical exam findings are significant?
hsc.unm.edu/touch/datasets/datasets/definitions/conceptual.shtml Â Â
- The board of directors and executive officers of a corporation, limited liability company or similar business entity.
www.apelles.com/inc/incglossary.htm Â Â
- A systems approach to use of information and time to control or create events.
www.dqacenter.org/university/def.htm Â Â
- creation of partnership by involving governmental, commercial organisations, navy and military, NGOs, local populations and general public.
www.biodiversity.ru/coastlearn/bio-eng/conservation.html Â Â
- How the transport system is managed and operated, usually to reduce congestion, protect the environment, improve residential streets and reduce accidents. Demand management encompasses measures to affect how people travel. MOBILPASS – Mobility Pricing by Automatic Systems in Stuttgart Mobility – Ease of moving about. Often specifically meaning access to a private vehicle for travel. …
www.elseviersocialsciences.com/transport/konsult/public/level1/l1_gloss.htm Â Â
- 1. The process of getting activities completed efficiently with and through other people; 2. The process of setting and achieving goals through the execution of five basic management functions: planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling; that utilize human, financial, and material resources.
www.crfonline.org/orc/glossary/m.html Â Â
- The process of planning, leading, organising and controlling people within a group in order to achieve goals; also used to mean the group of people who do this.
www.booksites.net/download/chadwickbeech/Glossary.htm Â Â
- the process of achieving the objectives of the business organization by bringing together human, physical, and financial resources in an optimum combination and making the best decision for the organization while taking into consideration its operating environment. Page 21
www.ucs.mun.ca/~rsexty/business1000/glossary/M.htm Â Â
- the act of directing or con:trolling the use of something.
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- The people who administer a company, create policies and provide the support necessary to implement the owners’ business objectives.
www.better-investing.org/articles/bi/994/8110 Â Â
- or hazardous waste management means the systematic control of the collection, source separation, storage, transportation, processing, treatment, recovery, and disposal of hazardous waste.
www.setonresourcecenter.com/cfr/40CFR/P260_007.HTM Â Â
- the development process is itself a benchmark for assessing the performance of the actual development effort. Thus weaknesses in the latter can be more readily identified.
www.ami.ac.uk/courses/ami4809_pcd/unit_02/index.asp Â Â
- Professional calibre, not-for-profit facilities are usually owned by governments, government agencies, not-for-profit facility corporations or resident theatre companies. They may be managed by the facility owner, a facility management entity or a resident producing company.
www.barlowandassociates.com/INTRODUCTION%20TO%20PERFORMING%20ARTS%20TERMINOLOGY.htm Â Â
- A method of management based on output controls whereby the TAC is allocated among eligible operators and allocated as shares in the annual TAC.
www.afma.gov.au/pubs/reports/annrep99_00/glossary.php Â Â
- the role of conducting and supervising a business.