CEO


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AcronymDefinition
CEOChief Executive Officer (corporate title)
CEOCenter for Effective Organizations
CEOCatholic Education Office (Australia)
CEOCollegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization
CEOCivil Enforcement Officer (UK)
CEOChief Electoral Officer (Elections Canada)
CEOConsider Every Option
CEOCenter for Economic Opportunity (various organizations)
CEOCorporate Europe Observatory
CEOCustomer Experience Officer (various companies)
CEOCorporate Executive Officer (less common)
CEOCentrum Edukacji Obywatelskiej (Polish: Center for Civic Education)
CEOCommunity Education and Outreach (various organizations)
CEOCode Enforcement Officer
CEOContinuing Education Online
CEOCenter for Equal Opportunity
CEOChild Exploitation and Obscenity
CEOCentral Europe Online
CEOCommercial Electronic Office (software)
CEOChief Ethics Officer (corporate title)
CEOComplete Enterprise Option
CEOChief Executive Officer
CEOCutting Edge Optronics
CEOCrew Earth Observations
CEOCentre for Earth Observation
CEOConsulting Engineers of Ontario
CEOChairman and Executive Officer
CEOCivic Engagement Office (various schools)
CEOClinical and Economic Outcomes
CEOCenter for Earth Observation
CEOCommunity Employment Options (various locations)
CEOChief Entertainment Officer (corporate title)
CEOCreative Energy Options
CEOCouncil for Economic Outreach
CEOCivil Engineering Operations
CEOChambre Economique de l'Ontario
CEOCoastal Environmental Organization (Georgia)
CEOCommunity Enrichment Organization (various locations)
CEOContinuing Education Option
CEOCleaved Edge Overgrowth
CEOConfederación Empresarial de Ourense (Spain)
CEOCentre for Ethical Orientation
CEOCommonwealth Employment Opportunities (Massachusetts)
CEOComprehensive Electronic Office (software)
CEOChief Equipment Officer (Australia)
CEOChristmas and Easter Only (church attendance)
CEOCelestial Ephemeris Origin (astronomy)
CEOCommunications-Electronics Officer
CEOCollège Européen d'Orthodontie (French: European College of Orthodontics)
CEOCornell Entrepreneur Organization
CEOCanine Enforcement Officer
CEOCommonwealth Education Organization (Pittsburgh, PA)
CEOClub Europe Oric (computer club; France)
CEOComité Européen de l'Outillage (French: Association of European Tool Manufacturers)
CEOChinese-American Elected Officials
CEOCheat Every One
CEOCentre d'Études Olympiques (French: Olympic Studies Center; Switzerland)
CEOCooperative Extension and Outreach
CEOCommissaire à l'Environnement de l'Ontario (French: Ontario Environment Commissioner; Ontario, Canada)
CEOCommon Extensor Origin
CEOChristians Encouraging Others
CEOCentral Engine Overhaul
CEOCasualty Evacuation Officer
CEOConfiguration Engineering Office
CEOCenter for Electro-Optics
CEOCommission de l'Europe Occidentale (French: Commission of Western Europe)
CEOCreative Engineering Options, Inc.
CEOConvoy Escort Oiler
CEOCampus Economic Organization
CEOCommunity Enforcement Officer
CEOCampus Equipment Outfitters
CEOCretin Extremely Overpaid
CEOCombine Expensive Operations
CEOChallenge English Online
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One of my favorite passages from any CEO column ever was in a publication for a company that was about to go through some layoffs.
Boards and CEO search committees are looking for leaders who can take their health care organizations on to greater success and achievement.
What is most surprising is that when a CFO moves into the company's CEO position, they often find themselves unprepared to deal with an altogether different set of challenges -- having less to do with financial know-how and more to do with the intangibles of leadership," says Thomas Neff, U.
Surprisingly, there were 30 companies for which the CEO responded but not the senior tax person.
I've watched managers at my previous company recruit on campus and hire in their own image," noted Mark Rose, who recently took the CEO helm at Grubb and Ellis.
TELUS's goal was to develop a strategic internal communication management process based on the weekly tracking and reporting of employee issues, as articulated in the voluntary submission of letters to the CEO mailbox.
But those are the humdrum settings where their civilian competitors have honed their abilities and punched their tickets en route to the CEO desk, explains Mitchell Rabkin, MD, FACE, former CEO of Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and its corporate parent, CareGroup.
Is having an "MD" after your name an asset or a liability when applying for a CEO position?
Wessinger, Mike, CEO, Pointclickcare, ON, (800) 277-5889
While the senior officers (including the CEO and CFO) remain ultimately responsible for the company's compliance with the tax laws--and all other laws--it would be rare that a CEO could be personally involved in, or knowledgeable about, the plethora of tax rules that apply to literally thousands of transactions that are reflected in the company's tax returns.