(also manage someone's expectations)
See parent entry: expectation
Seek to prevent disappointment by establishing in advance what can realistically be achieved or delivered by a project, undertaking, course of action, etc. as the White House tries to paint a rosy economic picture, they are also trying to manage expectations the company needs to be very sure it has a hit or it should start managing its customers' expectations
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- Training and managing expectations are critical to the success and rate of adoption of any innovation or workplace change.
- And that's the real work Apple has on its hands: managing expectations.
- In any event, communication is the key for delivering and managing expectations for this type of plan in France.
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