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Macromanager

A manager who tries to exert authority outside his/her department. That is, a macromanager is a micromanager who believes his/her authority extends further than it actually does.
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Autonomy of health services is better suited to local planning, but one might ask whether this autonomy at the local level derives from participatory management, with the teams taking coresponsibility for the proposed actions, or whether it is simply a result of macromanagement having difficulty performing its tasks with local services (36).
Only three days after the passing of Vaez-Tabasi, Khamenehi named Hojatoleslam Ebrahim Raisi to take over leadership of the shrine and the Astan, praising Raisi's skills at macromanagement.
Methodologically, the reform has been carried out in an incremental way: minimizing operational costs, improving business models, reforming news production mechanisms, and lastly changing the macromanagement systems (Chen 2000).
Management, humanism, and society: The case for macromanagement theory.
Advocates of the mixed economy see the state as provider (welfare state decommodification), the state as employer, the state as guarantor of embeddedness (particularly as regulator), and the state as crisis manager (with responsibilities beyond routine macromanagement).
This long-term high-level planning and decision making, often called macromanagement, is referred to in this article as strategic decision making.
"In the short term, macromanagement is in a good shape," the IMF official said.
That macromanagement is a huge part of the version of herself Hammer has had to become in order to wrangle so many conflicting interests at the top of the cable food chain.
The behavior of the governments includes the government's macromanagement and policy establishment, which are indirectly influence regional landscape change.
No single factor can explain this but some credit must go to the government for their macromanagement of the economy.
As individual countries have adopted strategies aimed at managing migration in their own contexts, discussion and vision for managed migration has begun to focus on potential opportunities for macromanagement of migration through trade and multilateral agreements relating to nursing service and education.
The subnational levels have consistently faced difficulties in performing their macromanagement functions with autonomy, especially when it comes to financing and to the establishment or organization of health care networks.