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TMT

ISO 4217 code for the new Turkmenistani manat. It was introduced in January 2009, replacing the old manat after it suffered from high inflation in the 1990s and 2000s.
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Moreover, as the founder and maintainer of a new venture, the leadership of the entrepreneurial TMT directly impacts NVP (de Jong et al., 2013).
First, when companies are recruiting new members of their TMT, they should consider the demographics of these candidates and whether they may create or accentuate faultlines that inhibit the team's functioning.
7th with 34,900 TMTs and Mexico ranked sixth with 61,200 TMTs.
For TMTs then, task conflicts may have some benefits; however, even in TMTs, those benefits are likely to be overshadowed by the negative effects of relationship conflict, if relationship conflict happens to occur.
Here, to investigate the effect of gender and ethnic diversity on both top-level management teams (TMT's) and board of directors (BOD's) with firm performance.
To produce copper at a profitable cost, even in a turbulent economic environment, the TMTs within the industry need to understand how leadership influences profitability.
Because TMT A is scored in the reverse direction from the other tests (lower time reflects better cognitive functioning), scores on logTMT A were reversed before standard scores were calculated.
The widely held assumption that short-term orientation is generally aligned with managerial self-interest while long-term orientation stands in stark contradiction to managerial self-interest seems too simplistic; especially so if we consider CEO's average tenure and the fact that modern compensation and bonus schemes have build-in holding periods of three to four years for TMTs' stock and option payments.
The TMTs were directly related with age and--limitedly to the C-carriers--inversely related with years of schooling (r = -2.28, P = 0.04; r = -6.26, P < 0.004, resp.).
"Even though TMTs may assume that their behaviour inside the executive suite is not visible to employees, or reason that teamwork is for everyone except the executive team, a TMT that actually works as a team can confer important advantages upon the entire organization," they added.
Consequently, the roles played by IT in the overall internal and external organizational integration, coupled with government legislation--such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Rules as well as the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act (Sarbanes and Oxley, 2002)--have resulted in the incorporation of IT leaders into many firms' organizational TMTs (Ranganathan and Jha, 2008; Preston, Chen, and Leidner, 2008).