MANAGEMENT OF Sample Clauses

MANAGEMENT OF. SUBCONTRACTORS The Contractor shall be responsible for the management of the Subcontractors in the performance of their work.
MANAGEMENT OF. 11.1 The evaluation of the Employee’s performance will form the basis for Evaluation rewarding outstanding performance or correcting unacceptable Outcomes performance. 11.2 A performance bonus of between 5% to 14% of the all-inclusive annual remuneration package may be paid to the Employee in recognition of outstanding performance to be constituted as follows: % Rating Over % Bonus Performance 130 - 133.8 5% 133.9 – 137.6 6% 137.7 – 141.4 7% 141.5 - 145.2 8% 145.3 – 149 9% 150 – 153.4 10% 153.5 – 156.8 11% 156.9 – 160.2 12% 160.2 – 163.6 13% 163.7 – 167 14% 11.3 In the case of unacceptable performance, the Employer shall: 11.3.1 Provide systematic remedial or developmental support to assist the Employee to improve his or her performance. 11.3.2 After appropriate performance counselling and having provided the necessary guidance and/ or support as well as reasonable time for improvement in performance, the Employer may consider steps to terminate the contract of employment of the Employee on grounds of unfitness or incapacity to carry out his or her duties.
MANAGEMENT OF. AUTOMAX On the Closing Date, Andrea Parkoff shall become the President and director of AUTOMAX. Andrea Parkoff shall have sole control over the day to day operation of AUTOMAX. Kenneth Wulwick shall become Secretary and director of AUTOMAX.
MANAGEMENT OF the School Direct Partnership The management structure is outlined below: University of Chichester Institute of Education Management Group Alliance Management Group School Direct Management Group Programme Co-ordinators, Head of Partnership, representatives of alliance leads, subject tutors, link tutors, trainees Programme Co-ordinators Alliance Lead for School Direct Subject tutors, link tutors Partnership schools (Professional Tutors, mentors) 4 Troubleshooting From time to time it will be necessary to deal with specific problem situations. The key to resolving such problems normally lies in close communication across the partnership. The flow diagram below shows the usual line of communication in such cases, although it will depend on the nature and source of the problem [note that the chart begins at the bottom, not the top]: School issue relating to programme requirements Alliance Lead Link Tutor Programme co-ordinator Head of Partnership  Issue raised by trainee teacher  School issue relating to trainee progress or conduct Trainee in school Student to be made aware of issue through Notification to Improve documentation Mentor [and/or Professional Tutor] Alliance Lead Alliance Lead Link Tutor Link tutor Programme Co-ordinator Programme Coordinator W h a t i f t h e r e i s a p r o b l e m ? Head of Partnership Head of Partnership It is important that all staff concerned with the training process are aware of the support systems that are available should any problems arise and what may be done to resolve unsatisfactory situations. An unsatisfactory situation is one that is adversely affecting either the trainee, the upils they are teaching and/or the staff they are working with while in school and should be raised in the first instance with the mentor and/or professional tutor of the school concerned. Normally, the standard procedures outlined in specific course documentation will be followed in relation to student teachers whose practice is causing concern (Notification of Concern) or deemed to be in danger of failing. However, in exceptional cases, the headteacher/teacher responsible for trainees may in negotiation with the University decide to terminate the school experience resulting in an automatic “fail” grade for the student teacher concerned. Termination of the school experience is the ultimate sanction available in relation to a trainee teacher and should only be used if significant damage is being done to the learning of pupils and / or the...
MANAGEMENT OF. [collaboration]
MANAGEMENT OF. SUBCONTRACTORS The Contractor shall be responsible for the management of the Subcontractors in the performance of their work which includes, without limitation, the obligation to obtain input from Subcontractors and coordinate their work to assure the timely completion of the Project within the budgets established for the Project.
MANAGEMENT OF education and training Education and training must be planned and managed through transparent processes which show who is responsible at each stage.
MANAGEMENT OF a Person’s Records Describe your system’s record management facilities and its flexibility to allow a person’s records (physical or electronic) to be managed collectively (as a “singlefile) or in multiple sets (as multiple “file sections”). Please detail how this would enable us to manage the organisation of records based on the business area, the type of enquiry/work, or both. (500 words)


Management (a) The General Partner shall conduct, direct and manage all activities of the Partnership. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, all management powers over the business and affairs of the Partnership shall be exclusively vested in the General Partner, and no Limited Partner shall have any management power over the business and affairs of the Partnership. In addition to the powers now or hereafter granted a general partner of a limited partnership under applicable law or that are granted to the General Partner under any other provision of this Agreement, the General Partner, subject to Section 7.3, shall have full power and authority to do all things and on such terms as it determines to be necessary or appropriate to conduct the business of the Partnership, to exercise all powers set forth in Section 2.5 and to effectuate the purposes set forth in Section 2.4, including the following:
Management and Control (a) Management and control of the business of the Company shall be vested in the Board, which shall have the right, power, and authority, on behalf of the Company and in its name, to exercise all rights, powers, and authority of “managers” under the Delaware Act and to do all things necessary and proper to carry out the objective and business of the Company and its duties hereunder. No Director shall have the authority individually to act on behalf of or to bind the Company except within the scope of such Director’s authority as delegated by the Board. The parties hereto intend that, except to the extent otherwise expressly provided herein: (i) each Director shall be vested with the same powers, authority, and responsibilities on behalf of the Company as are customarily vested in each director of a Delaware corporation; and (ii) each Independent Director shall be vested with the same powers, authority, and responsibilities on behalf of the Company as are customarily vested in each director of a closed-end management investment company registered under the Company Act that is organized as a Delaware corporation. During any period in which the Company shall have no Directors, the Investment Manager shall continue to have the authority to manage the business and affairs of the Company.
General Management The business and affairs of the Company shall be managed by Atlantic Power Transmission, Inc., a Delaware corporation, in its capacity as the sole member and the sole member shall have the fullest right, power and authority to manage, direct and control all of the business and affairs of the Company and to transact business of its behalf.
Management of Company All decisions relating to the business, affairs, and properties of the Company shall be made by the Member. The Member may appoint one or more managers and/or officers of the Company using any titles and may delegate all or some decision-making duties and responsibilities to such persons. Any such managers and/or officers shall serve at the pleasure of the Member. To the extent delegated by the Member, managers and/or officers shall have the authority to act on behalf of, bind, and execute and deliver documents in the name and on behalf of the Company. In addition, unless otherwise determined by the Member, any officer(s) so appointed shall have such authority and responsibility as is generally attributable to the holders of such offices in corporations incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware. No delegation of authority hereunder shall cause the Member to cease to be a Member. The following individuals are hereby designated as the initial officers of the Company: Name Title Alan Gold Executive Chairman Paul Smithers President and Chief Executive Officer Catherine Hastings Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer and Treasurer Brian Wolfe Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
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.
Program Management 1.1.01 Implement and operate an Immunization Program as a Responsible Entity
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.
Management of Business No Limited Partner, in its capacity as such, shall participate in the operation, management or control (within the meaning of the Delaware Act) of the Partnership’s business, transact any business in the Partnership’s name or have the power to sign documents for or otherwise bind the Partnership. No action taken by any Affiliate of the General Partner or any officer, director, employee, manager, member, general partner, agent or trustee of the General Partner or any of its Affiliates, or any officer, director, employee, manager, member, general partner, agent or trustee of a Group Member, in its capacity as such, shall be deemed to be participating in the control of the business of the Partnership by a limited partner of the Partnership (within the meaning of Section 17-303(a) of the Delaware Act) nor shall any such action affect, impair or eliminate the limitations on the liability of the Limited Partners under this Agreement.
MANAGEMENT OF EVALUATION OUTCOMES 11.1 The evaluation of the Employee’s performance will form the basis for rewarding outstanding performance or correcting unacceptable performance.
Management and Operation of Business Section 7.1 Management 77 Section 7.2 Certificate of Limited Partnership 79 Section 7.3 Restrictions on the General Partner’s Authority to Sell Assets of the Partnership Group 79 Section 7.4 Reimbursement of the General Partner 79 Section 7.5 Outside Activities 81 Section 7.6 Loans from the General Partner; Loans or Contributions from the Partnership or Group Members 82 Section 7.7 Indemnification 83 Section 7.8 Liability of Indemnitees 84 Section 7.9 Resolution of Conflicts of Interest; Standards of Conduct and Modification of Duties 85 Section 7.10 Other Matters Concerning the General Partner 88 Section 7.11 Purchase or Sale of Partnership Interests 88 Section 7.12 Reliance by Third Parties 88 Section 7.13 Pension Plan Liabilities 89 ARTICLE VIII