mismanage : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v manage badly or incompetently
The funds were mismanaged
- To us, its lyrics evoked a feeling that we must never again stand by quietly while those ignorant of and casual about war lead us into another one and then mismanage the conduct of .
- Did unions, management, civic leaders and just about everyone else in Michigan mismanage the postwar years? Of course.
- Lo (Maxime Collin), 12, is nourished by this conviction as he watches his deranged Qubecois brood mismanage their lives.
- Carl Icahn in TIME
If the current board and management team of Yahoo mismanage the company (and their recent track record is far from reassuring), Microsoft would be putting its money at risk and a great deal could be lost,Icahn wrote in his letter to shareholders.
- John Rollins in The Canadian Press
It's a US Open. You miss something or you mismanage your game, you're going to pay the price,Rollins said. "If I get it going again, hopefully I'll be able to hang on and get myself back in position. I'm by no means out of the golf...
- Ron Wilson in Globe and Mail
We gave the puck away twice when we should have realized the time, the score and who's on the ice,Wilson said. "It came back to haunt us. The best player in the league was on the ice. You can't mismanage the puck."