We’re no language experts, but we’re more than positive that this guy just pulled the origins of “management” out of his nether regions. Granted, it’s a pretty creative take on the term, but this is definitely far from being the truth. So, no, LinkedIn stranger, we don’t agree.
We did a quick Google search to find the origins of the word. It turns out that “to manage” comes from the Italian word maneggiare, which means to handle (a horse). This is derived from two Latin words, manus and agree, which mean hand and to act, respectively. Nothing there about tactics or experience.