middle management

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middle management

n.
The middle tier of management, usually including lower executives and employees who manage supervisors overseeing day-to-day operations.

middle manager n.

middle management

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a level of management in an organization or business consisting of executives or senior supervisory staff in charge of the detailed running of an organization or business and reporting to top management. Compare top management
middle manager n

mid′dle man′agement


n.
the middle echelon of administration in business and industry.
[1945–50]
Translations
encadrement intermédiaire

middle management

nquadri mpl intermedi
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Therefore, in our study we analyze the role of middle managers to fulfill the crucial mission of creating value according to those organizational dimensions: a) the creation of economical value, b) the creation of organizational capability-social value, and c) the creation of commitment to the mission-ethical value.
it relates more particularly: in the structures: - senior management: director, assistant director of training and assistant director of resources, - middle managers: managers or heads of departments and antenna managers.
In a study at the National University of Singapore Business School involving over 500 middle managers and 300 top executives at more than 40 companies, we found another critical but often overlooked factor-divisions or faultlines.
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MIDDLE MANAGERS in health care need to be supported, if culture change in health-care organisations is to be achieved, according to the chief executive of the Point of Care Foundation Jocelyn Cornwell.
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The study by Edwards and colleagues (2013) suggested the source of the stress is social conflict and may help explain studies in humans that have found middle managers suffer the most stress at work.