OMTA

AcronymDefinition
OMTAOntario Massage Therapist Association (Canada)
OMTAOhio Music Teachers Association
OMTAOff-Main-Thread Animations (Firefox)
OMTAOld Mobeetie Texas Association
OMTAOregon Music Teachers Association, Inc.
OMTAOberlin Musical Theater Association (Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio)
OMTAOpen Mobile Terminal Alliance (mobile-phone industry)
OMTAOrissa Medical Teachers' Association (India)
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Batterink, Wubben, Klerkx and Omta (2010) found that the role of intermediaries is relevant in R&D project management, especially in networks with small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in food agriculture.
Claro, D.P., Hagelaar, G., Omta, O., (2003),"The determinants of relational governance and performance: How to manage business relationship?" Industrial Marketing Management, vol.
While some studies focus on how networks are managed or orchestrated (Batterink, Wubben, Klerkx & Omta, 2010; Busquets, 2010; Gausdal & Nilsen, 2011), others concentrate on the presence and function of intermediaries (Dalziel & Parjanen, 2012; Gassmann, Daiber & Enkel, 2011; Howells, 2006), on social capital (Johnsen, 2012; Rutten & Boekema, 2007), on the composition of the clusters or networks, or on other structural features (Capaldo, 2007; Olsen, Elvekrok, Gausdal, Nilsen & Scholderer, 2013).
Transaction cost economics is one theoretical lens that could be applied in such a context with three levels (Wever, Wognum, Trienekens & Omta, 2012), and the knowledge-based view is another (e.g., the management of explicit and tacit knowledge at the supply chain, organization, and functional levels; Schoenherr, Griffith & Chandra, 2014).
Chairman of the jury, Professor Onno Omta said about the winner: "The Gold goes to a consumer pack with possibilities unthought-of.
flavus isolates from a no-tilled corn field in Mississippi using two markers, norB-cypA and omtA genes from the aflatoxin gene cluster.