bad management

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You should have proved to him that he loses money by bad management, and then we should all have pulled together.
But such leakage has nothing to do with the subordinate officials; this bad management of national affairs concerns the statesmen who guide the ship.
To order expenditure of all kinds, even useless ones, does not constitute bad management.
Was ever such bad luck and such bad management, too.
Let a slave follow a little behind with a mattock and make trouble for the birds by hiding the seed; for good management is the best for mortal men as bad management is the worst.
BAD management is the biggest drain on workplace productivity, according to a new study.
EVERY YEAR the Auditor-general's report documents the inefficiencies, malfunctioning, bad management, waste and procedural violations of the state sector.
HALF of workers have resigned because of bad management, and a similar number believed they could do a better job than their boss, according to new research.
SPEAKING as a former postman, I know any attempt to improve the working practices of Royal Mail will be useless unless they get rid of the problem of bad management.
Bad management involves placing ads in the racecard informing punters that they would be asked to leave if they were found phoning bets to the betting exchanges, recalling it is only ten years or so since the Stow placed a similar advert banning the use of mobile phones inside the stadium.
One shareholder accused the bank of bad management.
All the World Cup grounds have been modernised or replaced except ours, years and years of bad management have made us what we are.