Managerial decisions

Managerial decisions

Decisions concerning the operation of the firm, such as the choice of firm size, firm growth rates, and employee compensation.

Managerial Decision

Any decision regarding the operations of a firm. These decisions include setting target growth rates, hiring or firing employees, and deciding what products to sell.
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And James said: "We have had situations before where managerial decisions have cost us.
You can point to a couple of managerial decisions, but I'd rather just think that it was just Chelsea's turn.
Emphasizing analysis and interpretation of information rather than its preparation, this textbook explains the principles of value and job costing and introduces tools for making managerial decisions about pricing, capital investments, budgets, cost control, and company performance.
They were also helped by one of the rank bad managerial decisions of the competition.
Cerberus appears to be aiming to enhance its say in making managerial decisions for the bank on the strength of Harshfield's appointment, banking industry officials say.
While value has been found in exposing clinicians to severity and outcome data, Medigroups' complex, rapidly changing yet analytically inflexible proprietary system may often fail to provide clear insights for clinical and managerial decisions. MedisGroups' morbidity predictors have not been demonstrated to clearly differentiate cases where abnormal laboratory values are genuine indications of worsening condition from those in which they merely are consistent with normal expectations during the course of treatment.
The best way to do that is to make sure all managerial decisions are made by her and her husband - together."
Shepherd's reign was marked by controversial outbursts and unpopular managerial decisions such as the sacking of Sir Bobby Robson and the appointments of Graeme Souness and Glenn Roeder.
of Wisconsin, Whitewater) continue to explore the global economy and the impact of managerial decisions through the unifying theme of strategy.
But only if Dougie McDonald -and every other referee -is allowed to speak freely about dodgy managerial decisions.
Among the topics discussed by the participants during the trainings - how to make managerial decisions, get a grant for studying abroad or scholarship, what are the prospects of professional growth in Ukraine, etc.?