Performance Measure Sample Clauses

Performance Measure. The specific representation of a process or outcome that is relevant to the assessment of performance; it is quantifiable and can be documented
Performance Measure. If this Award is subject to a Performance Measure (as defined herein), the Shares subject to this Award shall be issued and distributed only if the Units have vested in accordance with Section 1(a) and the Compensation Committee has certified the attainment of the Performance Measure with respect to all or any portion thereof; it being understood that if vesting of the Units is accelerated pursuant to Sections 1(c)(y) or 3(a)(ii) hereof, such vested Units shall remain subject to the attainment of the Performance Measure and no Shares shall be issued and distributed in respect of such Units unless and until the Compensation Committee has certified that the Performance Measure has been attained. If such Performance Measure remains in effect and the Compensation Committee certifies that it has not been attained with respect to all or any portion of the Units (including any Units that have vested pursuant to Sections 1(c)(y) or 3(a)(ii) hereof), this Award shall terminate immediately and be of no further force or effect with respect to all of the Units or such portion thereof, as applicable.
Performance Measure. The Performance Measure is a comparison of the percentile ranking of the Corporation’s total stockholder return (stock price appreciation plus dividends as calculated pursuant to Section 5 below, as the same may be adjusted pursuant to Section 12 below) as compared to the total stockholder return performance of a selected peer group of companies as specified in the Performance Schedule contained in the Addendum.
Performance Measure. The number of Performance Shares earned at the end of the three-year Performance Period will vary depending on the degree to which cumulative adjusted earnings per share performance goals for the Performance Period, as established by the Committee, are met.
Performance Measure. The Grantee’s right to receive all, any portion of, or more than, the Target Performance Shares will be contingent upon the achievement of specified levels of performance of the Company’s total stockholder return (including reinvestment of dividends) relative to the performance of the Dow Xxxxx U.S. Construction and Materials Index (“Total Stockholder Return”), as set forth in the Statement of Performance Goals and will be measured over the period from December 1, 2008 through December 31, 2011 (the “Performance Period”).
Performance Measure. The Performance Measure applicable to the Performance Period is established by the Human Resources Committee (the “Committee”) of the Board of Directors of the Company (the “Board”) and requires the Company's net income for the calendar year of at least three of the five full calendar years during the Performance Period to exceed the Company's net income for the calendar year 2019. For purposes of the Performance Measure, “net income” shall be as reflected in the Company's audited consolidated financial statements for the applicable calendar year. Following the Performance Period, the Committee shall determine whether the Performance Measure has been satisfied for the Performance Period and shall recommend that the Board approve the vesting of the RSUs. In calculating the Performance Measure, the Committee may make adjustments, as approved by the Board, either positively or negatively for one-time events and extraordinary non-budgeted items. Upon vesting pursuant to this ARTICLE II, the RSUs shall be paid as provided in ARTICLE VII. Exhibit 99.2
Performance Measure. The Performance Measure used to determine the extent of the vesting of the Awarded Restricted Stock Units is the cumulative total shareholder return (“TSR”) for the Shares of the Company for the Performance Cycle. The Awarded Restricted Stock Units that are outstanding as of the end of the Restricted Period will vest or be forfeited based on the Company’s TSR performance relative to the following group of competitor companies (the “Competitor Group”): Xxxxxx Oceanics, Inc.; Xxxxx Xxxxxx Inc.; Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc.; Ensco International plc; FMC Technologies, Inc.; Halliburton Company; Xxxxxx Industries Ltd.; National Oilwell Varco, Inc.; Oceaneering International, Inc.; Rowan Companies Inc.; Schlumberger Ltd.; Seadrill Ltd.; Transocean Ltd.; and Xxxxxxxxxxx International Ltd. TSR for the Performance Cycle shall be defined and calculated as follows, where “Beginning Price” is the average of the closing prices on the 30 NYSE trading days immediately preceding the beginning of the Performance Cycle, and the “Ending Price” is the average of the closing prices on the last 30 NYSE trading days of the Performance Cycle, in each case as applied to the applicable equity security: TSR = (Ending Price – Beginning Price + dividends and cash distributions per share paid*) Beginning Price * Stock dividends paid in securities rather than cash in which there is a distribution of less than 25 percent of the outstanding shares (as calculated prior to the distribution) shall be treated as cash for purposes of this calculation. The companies comprising the Competitor Group on the last NYSE trading day of the Performance Cycle shall be the companies used in the comparison for determining the Competitor Group performance measurement. If a Competitor Group company’s common equity security is no longer publicly traded on the last NYSE trading day of the Performance Cycle, then an appropriate proportionate adjustment will be effected over the remaining number of companies in the Competitor Group in making the determination of the Competitor Group measure; provided, however, that if the number of companies comprising the Competitor Group on the last NYSE trading day of the Performance Cycle is less than five, then notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, the Company’s TSR performance shall be determined relative to the TSR performance of the applicable securities of the companies in the Dow Xxxxx U.S. Oil Equipment & Services Index (the “Index”), and the C...
Performance Measure. The Department’s Grant Manager will review the deliverables to verify that they meet the specifications in the Grant Work Plan and this task description, to include any work being performed by any sub-contractor(s). Upon review and written acceptance by the Department’s Grant Manager of all deliverables under this task, the Grantee may proceed with payment request submittal. All deliverable documents must be provided in an electronic downloadable format.
Performance Measure. (a) The initial number of Units subject to this Exhibit B is listed above, which number of Units assumes the Performance Measure described in this Section 3 is attained at the Target Level. The final number of Units, if any, subject to this Exhibit B at the end of the Performance Period (defined below) shall be calculated as described below based upon the Payout Percentage (see table below in Section 3(c)).
Performance Measure. The number of Performance Units earned for the Performance Period is determined by calculating the Partnership’s performance on the two measures listed below over the Performance Period. The two performance measures are EBITDA and Total Unitholder Return. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the Committee may make adjustments to the definitions of the performance measures or to the performance targets established with respect to the Award in its sole discretion as it determines to be appropriate or advisable to avoid rewarding or penalizing you for unexpected events that occur following the Date of Grant that were not taken into consideration in establishing the metrics and targets.