This definition appears frequently
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of BLT
Samples in periodicals archive:
As per to Y2E2 Building Leadership Team chair Jeffrey Koseff, while Y2E2 appreciates efficient energy and water usage, building occupants also played a part in obtaining the certification through surveys about their thermal comfort and commuting habits.
Three core pieces of the weekend were presentations on collaborative leadership, building leadership teams among the different generations, and fiduciary responsibilities.
BALTIMORE, March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- IMRE, a full-service integrated marketing agency, today announced the addition of industry veteran Betty Lyn Eller as Vice President, Home, to its Home & Building leadership team.
I was the first parent on the building leadership team.
It was not an overnight process: the district's 43 schools and numerous alternative/satellite sites implemented building leadership teams in stages, with successively larger groups of schools serving as pilot projects for the new management approach.
And he developed a set of management philosophies and approaches at Lenovo, centering on the "Three Management Keys" (include building leadership team, developing strategy and "taking people with you" as a leader).
Pursuing--Students shape the opportunity and create a plan of execution through market research, talking to customers, building prototypes, proving technologies, and building leadership teams.
For over 25 years, Berglass has remained committed to helping companies meet one essential goal: building leadership teams that can increase shareholder value.