Common Management Sample Clauses

Common Management. The parties acknowledge and agree that certain senior executives of the Company may be employees, officers or directors of both the Company and RMR. Each party shall be solely responsible for payment of compensation to such senior executives for services rendered to or on behalf of such party and the payment by the Company for services by senior executives who are also senior executives of RMR shall be approved by majority vote of the Independent Directors of the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of the Company.
Common Management. Every partner has a right to take part in the running of the business. It is not necessary for all partners to participate in the day-to- day activities of the business but they are entitled to participate. Even if partnership business is run by some partners, the consent of all other partners is necessary for taking important decisions.
Common Management. Trustee may hold the corpus of the separate trusts, or any portion of them, in a common fund, or may purchase property for a common fund with assets of the separate trust (the separate trusts having undivided interests in such common fund) if more convenient to do so, until actual division becomes necessary in order to make distribution, provided that no such holding shall defer the vesting of any estate.

Related to Common Management

Utilization Management The HMO must have a written utilization management (UM) program description, which includes, at a minimum:
Construction Management Landlord or its Affiliate or agent shall supervise the Work, make disbursements required to be made to the contractor, and act as a liaison between the contractor and Tenant and coordinate the relationship between the Work, the Building and the Building's Systems. In consideration for Landlord's construction supervision services, Tenant shall pay to Landlord a construction supervision fee equal to five percent of the Total Construction Costs.
Change Management BellSouth provides a collaborative process for change management of the electronic interfaces through the Change Control Process (CCP). Guidelines for this process are set forth in the CCP document as amended from time to time during this Agreement. The CCP document may be accessed via the Internet at
Management Grievances 8.01 It is understood and agreed that the Management may lodge a complaint, with the Union Executive Committee, with respect to the conduct of the Union, its Officers or Union Representatives, within three (3) working days of the incident. It is agreed that if such a complaint by the Management is not settled to the mutual satisfaction of both parties, it may be treated as a grievance and referred to arbitration in the same way as the grievance of an employee.
Program Management 1.1.01 Implement and operate an Immunization Program as a Responsible Entity
Management Grievance The Employer may initiate a grievance at Step 3 of the grievance procedure by the Employer or designate presenting the grievance to the President of the Union or designate.
Service Management Effective support of in-scope services is a result of maintaining consistent service levels. The following sections provide relevant details on service availability, monitoring of in-scope services and related components.
Project Management Project Management Institute (PMI) certified project manager executing any or all of the following: • Development of Project Charter • Development of project plan and schedule • Coordination and scheduling of project activities across customer and functional areas • Consultation on operational and infrastructure requirements, standards and configurations • Facilitate project status meetings • Timely project status reporting • Address project issues with functional areas and management • Escalation of significant issues to customers and executive management • Manage project scope and deliverable requirements • Document changes to project scope and schedule • Facilitate and document project closeout
Exit Management The Contractor shall perform its relevant Exit Management obligations as part of the Framework whether applicable on either the expiry or early termination of this Agreement.
Patch Management All workstations, laptops and other systems that process and/or store DHCS PHI or PI must have critical security patches applied, with system reboot if necessary. There must be a documented patch management process which determines installation timeframe based on risk assessment and vendor recommendations. At a maximum, all applicable patches must be installed within 30 days of vendor release.