When the Coos
River basin was previously logged (1880s-1950s), the timber was transported downstream using water stored behind splash dams.
This evolution is driven by the unique position of COOs
in insurance companies.
Historically, The Conference Board says, the position of COO
peaked during the 1970s, declined in the '80s, then revived again during the dot-com boom before waning in the new century.
The key to understanding the COO
role is to recognize it is an amorphous one.
Although there are numerous studies related to country-of-origin (COO
) effects, empirical findings are dispersed because of the limited coverage of the origins, brands and countries used for investigation.
Consider this checklist in determining whether bringing a COO
into your organization is the right decision.
In some companies, the COO
is a figure of power--a coach, a counselor, a master of process engineering, a CEO-in-training.
Watershed Association is trying frantically to patch together the strands of a once-rich but now badly strained ecosystem.
In 1983, the company changed its name to North Pacific Security, and soon moved to Coos
Wilson, 39, had been with the Coos
County Sheriff's Office for nine years, according to Capt.
In December, the Coos
County unemployment rate was 4.4 percent, a full percentage point above the statewide average at that time.
MANY PEOPLE view the COO
as the person who toils away in the engine room making sure the ship is running while the CEO is on the bridge plotting the course and reveling in the glory of success.