overmanagement love

Definitions

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  • n. excessive management; micromanagement

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Examples

  • Their overmanagement of financial resources — in short, their greed — makes them unsympathetic to the Dashwoods.

    Money, Matrimony, and Memory: Secondary Heroines in Radcliffe, Austen, and Cooper

  • He talked of the overmanagement of the world, and among other things of the laws that would not let a poor simple idiot, a “natural,” go at large.

    A Modern Utopia

  • Your records and accounts are a marvel, and you maintain order and discipline without excessive force or overmanagement.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • He talked of the overmanagement of the world, and among other things of the laws that would not let a poor simple idiot, a

    A Modern Utopia

  • The Atlantic world boomed unexpectedly while the East was gridlocked and the Third World hobbled by ideologically based overextension and overmanagement, too arteriosclerotic to withstand the stress of reform.

    Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News

  • He decries the general "box-ticking" of the Labour government - "the interference and new initiatives … there's an overmanagement, and also a mismanagement, in certain areas" - but believes Labour have been good for the arts.

    The Guardian World News

  • If I was in the chair, I would start with the administration building, all the paper they waste, all the overmanagement and overhead and cut it to the bone.

    LJWorld.com stories: News

  • A significant part of future growth in Saudi Arabia will come from small- and medium-sized businesses that are still constrained by the government’s overmanagement of the economy.

    The J Curve

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