In short, a company needs to hire a COO
when the CEO can no longer give equal focus to internal operations and outside resources.
Is taking the COO
out of the C-suite and assigning those duties to the CEO going to require superhuman effort from the leader?
are now expected to "operationalize" the change associated with transformation.
Does the COO
fit the CEO in terms of personality, skills and style?
Binding the bricks together": The COO
plays an especially valuable role in creating the proper "flow and links between different tasks, operations, and departments," says attorney Michael Krieger.
Most important, the authors discuss the reasons for even considering the COO
It's possible, for example, that Sun's Scott McNealy is grooming new COO
Jonathan Schwartz to take over someday, but at least for now, he's simply found a No.
Sam Simkin (San Diego Chapter) was named COO
at Newgenresults Corp.
The webinar is led by an expert at turning COOs
into great communicators, Rebekah Mathis-Stump, COO
of Ethos Leadership Group LLC, and focuses on:
Belluzzo is the man who once held Redmond's now-vanished COO
In Updating & Improving COO
and Operations Team Compensation & Bonus Structures for 2011 ExecSense examines specific options for improving the compensation plan of the COO
and entire operations team that provide benefits for both the company and the COO
and his/her team, while also being looked on positively by the CEO.
Lynn Davis, 53, will become ADC's president and COO
, a newly created position.