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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A contact center's strengths must be visible not only to customers, but to the C-suite as well.
The survey of more than 1,000 risk managers, C-suite executives and other corporate officers involved in "risk-related functions" found 54% want their risk managers to provide better quantification and analysis on risk management, to "develop a greater understanding of non-insurance risks" and, perhaps most importantly, to become more involved in the company's strategic planning.
"This is a critical time for CEOs and their fellow C-Suite executives to learn all they can about how to maximize their organization's success in this unprecedented new environment," says Rich Correll, CHIME president and CEO.
You implement this ERM assignment without a hitch, and, who knows, you could start a new trend in executive moves--from CRO to lead singer of a C-suite rock band.
Anderson, who took the Chief Financial Officer at Nielsen some six months ago, has tacked on an additional C-Suite title and added other tasks to his day-to-day duties at the nation's dominant audience measurement company.
Restaurant C-Suite Magazine, Eatery Pulse Media's first national publication, will deliver primary source articles on a bi-monthly basis to a national foodservice audience, while Streem will summarize and curate content from around the industry weekly.
In our recent webinar, "How to alleviate the security skills gap through IR orchestration" -- featuring guest speaker Joseph Blankenship, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research -- we outlined real-world examples of how organisations use IR orchestration to improve their teams across all levels, from analysts to the C-suite.
They cover communications, business acumen, and the C-suite; finance and investor relations; human resources and employee engagement; corporate strategy, innovation, and legal; marketing, brand, and data analytics; social responsibility and transparency; and communication and corporate transformations.
The study, based on surveys of more than 1,000 C-suite and mobile executives globally, found that 62 percent of executives surveyed said their most successful mobile projects pay for themselves in less than 12 months a considerably faster rate than the two-to-three years it takes for other technology projects.
The final session was a CXO Tablet, where a variety of industry verticals and C-suite members including those from finance, operations, administration and operations sat down to discuss the role of the C-suite and CXOs of the modern enterprise.
As many as, 22% of the data leaders share that C-suite employees are not responsible for deriving analytics from the data in their companies.
Tagetik said it has introduced its Progressive CFO Series offering finance executives resources that provide strategic direction to meet C-suite needs and best tactical execution to ensure decisions are backed by proper data and intelligence.