The C’s of Executive Row #1
Created by Peter/CXO Wiz4biz 11/13
CAO: Chief Administration Officer [Keeps it all together, but the other C’s get all the credit]
Chief Asylum Officer: tries to keep everyone from going crazy.
Chief Attitude Officer: checks on (+) attitudes, give encouragement, tries to turn around (-) attitudes.
Chief Auxiliary Officer: is the one that accepts the blame when something goes wrong.
Chief Avoidance Officer: set out on Media events to avoid answering questions about features (stealth mode) or problems (mis-understandings) even under a tuff question barrage !!!
CBO: Chief Begging Officer: is the one that goes to Angels & VCs & asks for $$.
Chief Bliss Officer: to make sure to “fire the desire” of Customers by building in the thrill, excitement, awe & draw – to assure the satisfaction of the Customer.
Chief Brain Officer: goes beyond the CTO and figures out new applications, new customers & how to reach them. [NOTE: CBO is not to be confused with a Continuous Body Odor person = avoid]
CCO: Chief Calming Officer: to settle the Staff & Employees when problems arise [like missed deadlines]
Chief Care Officer: to make sure the Customers are well “cared for” and happy.
Chief Chaos Officer: to create a little “chaos” to stimulate thinking, when things have been calm for too long [1 week]
Chief Chocolate Officer: to make sure that Chocolate is always on-hand for female members & other Choco-____.
Chief Competition Officer: that gets to know the Competition best, by researching, pretending to be their Customer, talking to their customers & other Competition to know their advantages & how to beat them.
Chief Communications Officer: is the inter-face between your organization & the public. Knows all the facts and spreads the word on how “great” you are.
CDO: Chief Delivery Officer: to assure you Deliver what you promise!!
CEO: Chief Executive Officer: the one that gets all the Credit, if things goes right; takes most of the Blame, if things go wrong. [the rest goes to the Chief Auxiliary Officer]
(Other Chief Officers in Premium Content – CFO, CIO, CMO, COO, CTO, CXO and many more – serious & humorous ]