In this section the term and concept of Managerism are explained, and individual Lessons and Thinkpieces are allocated to the corresponding Topics.

Managerism is an inappropriate form of business leadership and management culture characterized by employed managers who misappropriate the company, have a biased orientation toward capital markets, and are remote and indifferent to employees. Further characteristics of Managerism are short-termism, profit maximization, over-expansion, growth orientation, avoidance of responsibility, excessive compensation, careerism, self-importance, self-promotion, socialization of risk, weak corporate governance and poor citizenship.

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