C-suite


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C-suite

(sē′swēt″) [ c(hief) + suite]
The chief executives or officers of a health care institution or other corporation, e.g., the Chief Executive Officer or Chief Financial Officer.
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In addition, the company drew upon its portfolio of client engagements and relationships at the c-suite level, to understand the emerging needs, concerns and views of corporate leaders.
We have developed a series of online scorecard tools to help the C-suite determine how well their organisation's capabilities do, or don't, measure up.
Any time the rules of the game change as much as they have in the past couple of years, whether you have no strategy, a small one or a tried-and-true one carved in stone, the C-suite must take a look at it, taking the lead and looking at what the strategy should be.
This needs to be a bigger topic of discussion among the C-Suite in any size business.
This is a tremendous responsibility that demands an administrative skill set, oversight and vision currently lacking in the C-suite.
8220;With her decades of distinguished work as an innovative leader in both media and tech, we are thrilled Margaret Heffernan will be joining us for the 2015 C-Suite Conference,” said Thomas White, CEO of C-Suite Network.
Members of the C-suite understand traditional advertising because they have been consumers of traditional advertising for quite some time.
The report for KPMG International's survey of more than 1,000 C-suite executives, Expectations of Risk Management Outpacing Capabilities--Time for Action, also includes real-world insights from top executives with risk management responsibility at major companies.
During a RIMS press conference at the group's annual conference in Los Angeles, Fox and Yvette Connor, Marsh's managing director of global RM and 3D national practice leader, discussed how aligning data and analysis of risk (key risk indicators, or KRIs) with business knowledge (key performance indicators, or KPIs), benefits both the risk manager's position and the C-suite.
Lower level executives' bonus increases were typically higher than those for C-suite executives as a result of their bonuses generally being more formulaically weighted towards individual and business unit performance, while the bonus payouts for C-suite executives were heavily weighted toward overall corporate performance, including earnings and stock price performance.
For a clear picture of the risks, and to turn the data into actionable information, risk managers need to collect the proper data and to communicate it clearly to the C-suite.
A recent survey conducted by Marsh and the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) shows rising demand among C-suite executives and corporate boards for risk quantification and deeper risk analytics, says Elowe.