- From managerial + -ism. (Wiktionary)
“I think most managerialism is donkey dross and have argued why as an academic.”
“But more important, the idea of managerialism has been used to whitewash the existing system.”
“Yet plenty of posters joined Clegg and co in shouting "foul", which shows how much the culture of adversarial politics - which tests the theory and practice of proposed legislation - has succumbed to the kind of managerialism that has produced so much bad legislation under successive governments.”
“Rid the NHS of the ridiculous "managerialism" so beloved of New Labour and efficiency would increase immediately.”
“So it's hardly surprising that much of the coverage has revealed a kind of New Labour managerialism that first sneers and then tries to inject a target-driven businesslike approach.”
“In place of desiccated managerialism, Salmond and his finance minister John Swinney have come up with an economic strategy that serves also as a job-creation policy and a metaphor for national renewal.”
“In fact the batladies are likely just commenting on what managerialism and target chasing has done to the British police in recent years. on topic: CYA shocker!”
“Bootcamp-style discipline may also be equally unproductive, say many educators, with a top-down managerialism, fostering resentment and alienation for those deemed to fail.”
“Fighting talk aplenty, for this is now, say the academics, "a debate about authoritarian managerialism versus academic values".”
“This is part of managerialism that seems to have infected many police FORCES. They are no longer police officers but senior managers, line managers, stake holders, clients etc.”
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