The term can be used disparagingly to describe organisations perceived to have a preponderance or excess of managerial techniques, solutions, rules and personnel, especially if these seem to run counter to the common sense of observers. It is said that the MBA degree is intended to provide generic skills to a new class of managers not wedded to a particular industry or professional sector.
Resisting the forces of economic rationalism and managerialism: nurses have a professional and moral duty to resist the ongoing forces of managerialism. Their own futures may depend on it.(VIEWPOINT)
Mar 01, 2008; The legacy of the health reforms of the 1980s and '90s, combined with the ideological philosophy of managerialism, with...