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COO

(Cell Of Origin) See mobile positioning.
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The code words are "We need a new CEO, but deal with the CEO, and let's pretend we're finding a COO.
Ryan, the company's president and COO, succeeds Kevin O'Connor, who will remain chairman.
Growth is usually what prompts businesses to bring a COO on board, but it also depends on how the CEO chooses to manage his or her company.
Some of those interviewed said that the COO position is evolving from the number two spot to an "on demand" leadership role that changes focus with changing business strategy.
ADL Data Systems' COO Robert Greenblatt was specific: "As hardware technology advances, so will the ability of electronic health records to capture patient data at the bedside and enable clinicians to perform their jobs faster, quicker, and more efficiently.
In the most positive case, what might be achieved between CEO and COO is the work arrangement that has come to be called "two in a box"--a situation where CEO and COO co-lead the company.
This may be a cynical view, but the fact remains that company founders almost never feel that a COO is an essential part of their core management team.
Case studies of 3 year-end reviews done by top COOs; 4 questions every COO should ask during review; specific examples of how savvy COOs use employee reviews to build team spirit and commitment
Coo combines expert advice-like where to tango with the locals in Buenos Aires or find the best gin tonic in Barcelona-with travel tips from your globetrotting friends.
MANY PEOPLE view the COO as the person who toils away in the engine room making sure the ship is running while the CEO is on the bridge plotting the course and reveling in the glory of success.