CEO


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CEO, C.E.O.

abbreviation for chief executive officer.

CEO

Abbreviation for:
Campaign to End Obesity
chick embryo origin
chief executive’s office (Medspeak-UK)
Chief Executive Officer, see there (Medspeak-UK)
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The role of the CEO evolved dramatically over the past years, now offering major organizational and political challenges, along with operations.
And a 1999 survey of Fortune 1,000 CEOs by the executive search firm Heldrick & Struggles found that 36 percent of CEOs were grooming their CFOs for a general management position, and 33 percent were usually considered CEO candidates.
Table D in Appendix II demonstrates, however, that the mean number of levels from the CEO does not vary significantly for those with daily, weekly, or monthly contact with the CEO.
CEO involvement must also continue well beyond an initial program launch.
Formalized in 2002, the CEO mailbox analysis process is now streamlined.
Most consultants agree that boards look for charisma, presence, and polish, as the CEO must lead employees and staff while representing the organization to the public.
Wolfert, Rick, CEO, GE Healthcare Financial Services, IL, (312) 441-7000 x7710
Although TEI has consistently supported efforts to enhance the disclosure of transactions justifying IRS scrutiny and supported IRS appropriations sufficient to adequately fund the IRS, the Institute believes the proposal to require a CEO to sign a corporate tax return is flawed.