Meaning of managerially in English:

managerially

adverb

See managerial

‘He set up his administration to get things done managerially, not to accomplish some short-term political goal.’
  • ‘They are managerially difficult and educationally unproven.’
  • ‘And so in fact, I think, that means we must be managerially competent to stop it.’
  • ‘And that is really not an issue because we can cope with that both managerially and financially.’
  • ‘These research partnerships provide managerially relevant research that is academically sound and publishable in leading journals.’