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management skills (ˈmænɪdʒmənt skɪlz) 


plural noun

  1. skills regarding the technique, practice, or science of managing a company, business, etc   ⇒ Sending executives on survival exercises to boost their management skills does more harm than good

Example Sentences Including 'management skills'

I have excellent secretarial and management skills ; I might even get married again, and stay home and have babies.
Weldon, Fay Splitting
I rely on my putting and chipping and course management skills to make my birdies.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Includes a Tsunami reconstruction panel on plans for disaster recovery and pooling project management skills.
The Australian (2005)
It is challenging, and I have learnt management skills that will be useful for my medical career.
British Medical Journal (2002)
It was easy to forget that Angelica was running a rather large company and undoubtedly had management skills.
Anita Anderson SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
Performance bonuses were also paid to other former executive directors, including those criticised for poor management skills.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
Salsbury, who admits he became a laughing stock, now teaches board directors management skills.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
`Women who have had families and run homes have a number of home-based management skills which they can transfer to the work place.
Harris, Jean Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business


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