Doraemon: Story of Seasons and Rune Factory 4 come to mind, both farming simulators, and both getting successors this year. In a pretty similar vein, you can also find 3 Harvest moon titles on the Switch.
Game Dev Story and Game Dev Tycoon both simulate videogame developing companies. I have them on PC, but I'm sure they do fine on the Switch, too.
I did not try Story of Seasons or Rune Factory, as I don't want to lose days of my life to a game. But I ended up doing so in Graveyard Keeper, which is a graveyard simulation that also includes mining, farming, crafting and so on. This game made me addicted and ended up on my TOP 50 list this year.
Kairosoft has actually a lot of games with a title ending in 'Story' (like the abovementioned Game Dev Story) with different themes. Overall though the gameplay between them is pretty similar, so you can pick one you play and it is quite fun. But playing multiple probably doesn't offer much more.
I also played Townsmen, which is a classical settler-like medieval village simulation. That is quite fun and a good timesink.
Depending on how far reaching your definition of management game is, you can include Spritifarer, which allows to extend your ship and build different crafting station and farms and grow plants while hunting for ingredients on the islands. But the main point of the game is to help and guide the spririts of the dead through the afterlife. This is a great game, made my TOP 50 list this year.
Besides that there are simulation games I didn't play but heard about and want to check out at some point: