executive communications

executive communications

[ig¦zek·yəd·iv kə·‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(computer science)
The routine information transmitted to the operator on the status of programs being executed and of the requirements made by these programs of the various components of the system.
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In her new role, Mills will work with a team of communications and marketing professionals responsible for global media relations, employee and executive communications, social media engagement, advertising, and other communications disciplines.
Jacobs will manage all internal and external communications efforts, which includes leading executive communications for the company's new president and chief executive officer, Alex Taylor; developing strategic business communications and messaging around the company's values, priorities and initiatives; leading media and press relations; and overseeing the company's employee communications program.
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He joins from NCR, where he was head of corporate affairs and executive communications.
DEVOS is ideal for online training, blended learning, lecture capture, executive communications and government meetings.
Davis will have responsibility for the corporation's worldwide communications strategy and execution, including media relations, employee communications, advertising, executive communications and branding/corporate image.
Keynote speakers at this year's event include CNBC anchor Kelly Evans, Oratium Senior Vice President of Executive Communications Tamsen Webster and Trusted Choice Director of Operations Kevin Brandt.
According to the company, Giglio will play a key role in ensuring proactive, globally aligned and locally relevant corporate communications, including media relations, internal and external communications, and executive communications for the Estee Lauder Companies.
The old logo, which features the bell tower and the previous names of the university, will be reserved for executive communications and formal documents such as graduate degrees.
Documents suggest that the US NSA accessed servers of Huawei telecom firm, monitored executive communications and prepared for potential cyber operations
He presents examples of leaders who have had problems, moFT Press is an imprint of Pearson Educationstly from GE (where he was manager of executive communications for 20 years), as well as those who have turned their careers around.
Background/Responsibilities: At this aerospace, defense, and information solutions company, Albritton will oversee brand and reputation management, executive communications, PR, corporate advertising, and community relations, among other tasks.

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