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"CKO Wanted--Evangelical Skills Necessary: A Review of the Chief Knowledge Officer Position", Jornal of Knowledge and Process Management, v.
Earl, Michael, and Ian Scott (1998) What on Earth Is a CKO? London Business School.
If there were one thing that would unite Republicans against him, it would be the impression that he was being soft on the wa- cko environmentalists.
Our own reaction was often "oh, no, not another C-level function!" as my colleagues and I bandied about new "chief whatever officer" titles such as CMO (marketing), CKO (knowledge), CSO (strategy), CI2O (idea), CPO (privacy), CP2O (people), and CP3O (process) joined the more established CEO, CFO, and CIO.
But should companies appoint a chief knowledge officer (CKO) to do the job?
Modern academic officers, particularly those who are in chief roles, should now consider the emerging role of the chief knowledge officer (CKO) as a model for modern leadership in higher education.
However, modern provosts should consider the emerging role of the chief knowledge officer (CKO) as a model for modern leadership.
FutureNext, a privately-held e-business and supply chain consulting firm located in McLean, Va., named Bill Sheleg Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO).