MBWA


Also found in: Idioms.
AcronymDefinition
MBWAMobile Broadband Wireless Access
MBWAMobile Broadband Wireless Access (IEEE 802.20)
MBWAManagement by Wandering Around (aka Management by Wandering About; aka Managing by Walking Around)
MBWAMetropolitan Basketball Writers Association (various locations)
MBWAManage by Walking Around (business concept)
MBWAMet Basketball Writers Association
MBWAMassachusetts Black Women Attorneys
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MBWA is defined as an "unstructured approach to hands-on, direct participation by the managers in the work-related affairs of their subordinates, in contrast to rigid and distant management".
MBWA is a powerful and effective tool when used regularly in a workplace environment that is conducive to such practices by exhibiting a free flow of information.
Ribeiro, "Bringing Wireless Access to the Automobile: A Comparison of Wi-Fi, WiMAX, MBWA, and 3G", 21st Computer Science Seminar, pp.
Good asset management begins with MBWA (Management By Walking Around).
In the weeks that have followed his appointment, the prime minster has been very active, clearly adopting a management by wandering around (MBWA) technique, which seems to bode well with both the crowd as well as the media.
The Songye of Zaire speak of the Belt Stars as aspibwe na mbwa na nyama "a Hunter with a Dog and an Animal".
The MBWA," which appeared in Insurance Adjuster Magazine, predecessor to Claims.
Seeing these types of smaller, simmering storms in our offices is a skill we develop by MBWA: management by walking around.
Years ago Tom Peters introduced the term 'Management by Walking About' (MBWA).
Using the old theory of MBWA (Management by Walking Around:, every CTE lab was visited and conversations were held with students.
Bahrain became one of the first countries in the world, and the only country in the region, to boast a green Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) platform as Bahrain Broadband launched its Greenisis Services last night.
Keeping the problem statement in the mind four hypotheses were proposed including autocratic and MBWA management styles.