Related to Superior Management
Senior Management means personnel of the Company who are members of its core management team excluding Board of Directors. This would include all members of management one level below the executive directors, including all the functional heads.
Senior Management Personnel means, the personnel of the Company who are members of its core management team excluding Board of Directors and KMPs, comprising of all members of management on level below the Executive Directors including the functional heads.
Senior Management Team means (a) each Authorized Officer, the chief executive officer, secretary and (b) any chief executive officer, president, vice president, chief financial officer, treasurer or secretary of any Subsidiary Guarantor.
Management Team shall include any executive officer, senior vice-president and vice-president of the Company and other employees of the Company nominated by the Chief Executive Officer and ratified by the Compensation Committee.
Senior Manager means each of Charles Roy Eitel, William S. Creekmuir, and Rhonda C. Rousch, and/or any other Persons designated by the Board as Senior Managers (collectively, the "Senior Managers").
Key Management Personnel means persons having authority and responsibility for planning, directing and controlling the activities of the Company, directly or indirectly, including any Director (whether executive or otherwise) of the Company;
Key Managerial Personnel (KMP) means
Executive Management means the CEO and the CFO for purposes of administering this Plan.
Key Managerial Personnel (KMP) means Key Managerial Personnel as defined in sub-section (51) of section 2 of the Companies Act, 2013 i.e.-
Senior Managers means those Participants designated as Senior Managers by the Compensation Committee with respect to any Plan Year.
Management means an activity inclusive of control and performed on a daily basis, by any person who is a principal executive officer of the company, by whatever name that person may be designated, and whether or not that person is a director.
Management Board means the management board of the Company.
Supervisors includes employees in other employee classifications who perform supervisory functions.
Management Employee means an employee in a position having significant responsibilities for formulating district policies or administering district programs. Management positions shall be designated by the public school employer subject to review by the Public Employment Relations Board.
Management Plan means a plan to manage the activities and protect the special value or values in an Antarctic Specially Protected Area or an Antarctic Specially Managed Area.
Management Company Employee means an individual employed by a Person providing management services to the Company which are required for the ongoing successful operation of the business enterprise of the Company, but excluding a Person engaged in Investor Relations Activities;
Adaptive management means reliance on scientific methods to test the results of actions taken so that the management and related policy can be changed promptly and appropriately.
Team means a team affiliated to a Club, including where a Club provides more than one team in the Competition in accordance with the Rules.
Personnel means persons hired by the Consultant or by any Subconsultant as employees and assigned to the performance of the Services or any part thereof;
Superior Company Proposal means any bona fide written offer made by a third party or group pursuant to which such third party (or, in a merger, consolidation or statutory share-exchange involving such third party, the stockholders of such third party) or group would acquire, directly or indirectly, more than 50% of the Company Common Shares or substantially all of the assets of the Company and the Company Subsidiaries, taken as a whole, which the Company Board determines in good faith (after consultation with outside counsel and a financial advisor of nationally recognized reputation) (i) is on terms more favorable from a financial point of view to the holders of Company Common Shares than the Merger, taking into account all the terms and conditions of such proposal (including the legal, financial, regulatory, timing and other aspects of the proposal and the identity of the Person making the proposal) and this Agreement (including any changes proposed by Parent to the terms of this Agreement), and (ii) is reasonably likely to be completed on the terms proposed, taking into account all legal, financial, regulatory and other aspects of such proposal, and is fully financed or for which financing (if required) is fully committed or, in the good faith determination of the Company Board, is reasonably likely to be obtained.
Strategic Plan means the plan which the Integration Joint Board is required to prepare and implement in relation to the delegated provision of health and social care services to adults in accordance with section 29 of the Act;
Key means any device designed and constructed to provide a method of operating a locking system which is designed and constructed to be operated only by that device.
Change in Management means the failure of at least two (2) of Brett A. Brown, D. Scott Carr or Mark E. Zalatoris to continue to be active on a daily basis in the management of the Borrower provided that if any such individuals shall die or become disabled the Borrower shall have sixty (60) days to retain a replacement executive of comparable experience which is reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent.
Sponsor Management Agreement means the management agreement between certain of the management companies associated with the Investors and the Issuer.
Architects/ Consultants means M/s.
Environmental and Social Management Plan means the Recipient’s document prepared in accordance with the Environmental and Social Management Framework with respect to an activity, that details: (i) the measures to be taken during the implementation and operation of the activity to eliminate or offset adverse environmental or social impacts, or to reduce them to acceptable levels, and (ii) the actions needed to implement these measures.