COO


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AcronymDefinition
COOChief Operating Officer (corporate title)
COOCountry of Origin
COOCost of Opperation
COOChange of Ownership (various organizations)
COOCost of Ownership
COOCome on Over (Internet slang)
COOCommunities of Opportunity (San Francisco, CA)
COOContinuity of Operations
COOCertificate Of Origin
COOCell of Original
COOChief Operating Officer
COOConception Orientée Objet (French: Object-Oriented Design; software development)
COOCentre for Overweight and Obesity (Australia)
COOCertificate of Occupancy (construction code compliance)
COOChief Ordnance Officer (UK)
COOCaltech Optical Observatories
COOCell of Origin (mobile telephony)
COOCessna Owner Organization (aircraft)
COOConduct of Operations
COOCountries of Operation
COOChiefs of Ontario (Canada)
COOConspiracy of One (Offspring song)
COOConsideration of Others
COOConcept of Operation
COOCollege of Opticians of Ontario (Ontario, Canada)
COOCotonou, Benin - Cotonou (Airport Code)
COOCave of Ordeal (video games)
COOConstraint and Object Oriented
COOChildren of Opportunity
COOCombined Obstacles Overlay
COOconfirmation of ownership
References in periodicals archive ?
Growth is usually what prompts businesses to bring a COO on board, but it also depends on how the CEO chooses to manage his or her company.
Some of those interviewed said that the COO position is evolving from the number two spot to an "on demand" leadership role that changes focus with changing business strategy.
ADL Data Systems' COO Robert Greenblatt was specific: "As hardware technology advances, so will the ability of electronic health records to capture patient data at the bedside and enable clinicians to perform their jobs faster, quicker, and more efficiently.
In the most positive case, what might be achieved between CEO and COO is the work arrangement that has come to be called "two in a box"--a situation where CEO and COO co-lead the company.
We recently asked Soft-letter subscribers for their take on the role of the COO, and here's what they told us:
On the basis of their interviews and observations, the authors conclude that there are three clear models for the COO, should a CEO and board decide to have one:
At Wild Oats Markets, Chief Executive Perry Odak recently promoted CFO Ed Dunlap to the new position of COO.
Cahill of the Connecticut/Westchester chapter was appointed COO and President at Pepsi Bottling Corp.