in the long run, we are concerned with the risk that running without a COO
poses in regard to leadership continuity.
However, that profile is changing, as more COOs
start to take on increasingly strategic and growth-oriented roles.
Does the COO
fit the company in terms of having what it takes to meet the challenges of the job?
Before he talks to me, Bob Laport, the Coos
County forester and a founder of the association, looks around to see who might be listening.
Still, there are COOs
who have quietly helped build great companies, who have become the CEO's closest confidant and a caring, trusted leader for the rank-and-file.
Riding Shotgun concludes that the success and impact of the relationship should be thought of as related to fit between the two top executives, the capabilities of the COO
in relationship to the reason the position is established, and a match between the COO
's aspirations and the company's plans for that person.
can expect to spend up to 60 percent of their working time traveling, says Bob Damon, a managing director at executive recruiter Spencer Stuart, up from 40 to 50 percent a few years ago.
com/research/055f38/how_to_become_an_e) has announced the addition of the "How to Become an Expert Communicator as a COO
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3 magnitude quake occurred last July 28 only 85 miles west of Coos
The groundbreaking ceremony was held in the city at the site of NW Natural's future Coos
Bay gate station, the point at which the county's transmission line will deliver natural gas to the gas company's local distribution pipelines.
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The hospital contacted Coos
County Chief Deputy Medical Examiner Kris Karcher, who called police.