Created by Peter/CXO Wiz4biz 11/13
CEO. Chief Energy Officer: encourages everyone – in order to keep up their “energy” – especially during long sessions.
Chief Enthusiasm Officer: keeps up the enthusiasm of the organization, by bubbly enthusiasm about the product/ service and celebrating small victories.
Chief eStrange Officer: in charge with coming up with strange, but wonder applications.
Chief Excuse Officer: when a mistake is made, comes up with a rational – believable as possible – “excuse” to explain.
CFO: Chief Financial Officer: identifies & manages the “risks” of the organization. Presents the Risks vs Opportunity analysis.
Chief Fake Officer: who keeps every thing in “stealth” mode, so public imagination will run wild. In other words, “Fake it, till you can Make it”
Chief Fan Officer: manages – or should I say caters to – your best Customers to give them special “incentives”, then asks for Testimonials and encourages them to tell others about you.
Chief Food Officer: makes sure there are always snacks/ munchies available to keep the team fueled up – especially during long sessions.
Chief Fun Officer: looks for opportunities for the Team to have “fun”, so that working hard can be a better experience.
Chief Frugal Officer: monitors expenses to make sure they are reasonable & blows the whistle on any out of line.
CGO: Chief Go-To Officer: the person to turn to for expert knowledge, advice, or reliable performance – especially in a crucial situation.
Chief Growth Officer: the person that looks for applications, opportunities to grow the organization – especially beyond the normal channels.
CHO: (1 of those brilliant Chinese engineers)
Chief Happiness Officer: listens and talks to Team members, to assure they are “happy” in what they’re doing. If not, recommends other positions to management.
Chief Harmony Officer: tries to help resolve any dispute between individuals or groups, to maintain a harmonic environment – key of “C”.
Chief Humor Officer: interjects “humor” into situations/ discussions that are getting too serious. This helps to ease any tension and allows better ideas to flow.
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