MBE

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MBEMember of the Order of the British Empire
MBEMinority Business Enterprise
MBEMail Boxes Etc.
MBEMember of the British Empire (title; UK)
MBEMolecular Biology and Evolution (Oxford Journals)
MBEMolecular Beam Epitaxy
MBEMaster of Business Engineering (degree; various universities)
MBEMultistate Bar Examination
MBEMemory Block Entry
MBEMerchants Barter Exchange
MBEMulti Band Excitation
MBEModbus Ethernet
MBEMicrostation Basic Environment
MBEModern Business Enterprise
MBEManagement By Exception
MBEMulti-Bit Error
MBEModel-Based Engineering
MBEManual of Bridge Evaluation (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials)
MBEMulti-Band Excitation
MBEMulti Beam Echosounder (oceanography)
MBEMotor Bike Enthusiast
MBEManaging Basic Education
MBEMourning Becomes Electra (trilogy of plays by Eugene O'Neill)
MBEMaster of Business Education
MBEMiddlesboro Board of Education (Middlesboro, KY)
MBEMaster in Business Economics
MBEMidwest Business Exchange
MBEMiter Both Ends (woodworking)
MBEMulti-Byte Extension
MBEMulti-Breed Evaluation
MBEMennonite Board of Education
MBEModified Booth Encoding
MBEMulti-Band Emitter
MBEMy Bloody Efforts
MBEMaster in Biomedical Engineering (various universities)
MBEMaster of Bioscience Enterprise
MBEMinimum Block Encoder
MBEModule-Based Event
MBEManotick Brass Ensemble (Manotick, Ontario, Canada)
MBEModular Binary Exponentiation
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Secondly, teachers' demographic variables (age, experience) and their perceptions of leadership behaviors (Idealized Influence Attribute and Individual Consideration, Contingent Reward, Management by Exception Active and Satisfaction) were found to be positively correlated.
2) Contingent reward and active management by exception loaded on the same factor--labeled transactional leadership--, explaining 24.
Hypothesis 5: Leadership style following the dimension of management by exception (active) relates positively to affective commitment.
Bass (1997) suggested that three factors underlie transactional leadership behavior: contingent reward, management by exceptions (active/passive) and laissez-faire leadership.
Management by Exception has positive and significant relationship with Motivation
Hence, it can be concluded that these measures posses sufficient reliability for except Active Management by Exception as it consists only 2 items.
In the next sections the authors explain how a transactional leadership's style relates to integrity: management by exception (passive-active) and contingent reward.
There were three transactional leadership scales: contingent reward, active management by exception, and passive management by exception.
Management by exception is enabled by supply chain event management technology, or what many broadly refer to as visibility solutions.
In contrast, students in the same sample gave favorable assessments to active management by exception where the leader pays close attention to mistakes and has an extensive monitoring and control system in place to provide early indications of problems.
It's sometimes colled management by exception, or intimidation.
Hasenfeld and Schmid (1989) described a life cycle model of social services organizations from a management perspective incorporating concepts such as transactional, management by exception, and transformational leadership within their stages of maturation and elaboration.
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