Corporate Titles - Corporate Positions
Corporate titles are given to company executives to demonstrate what duties and responsibilities they have in an organization:
Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) - A top-level executive who supervises the daily operations of a business and is ultimately responsible for its performance.
Chief Business Development 'Officer (CBDO) - Identifies new opportunities for the corporation and develops strategies to pursue those opportunities.
Chief Communications Officer (CCO) - The head of communications, public relations, and public affairs in an organization.
Chief Design Officer (CDO) - Responsible for overseeing all design and innollation aspects of a company's products and services, including product design, graphic design, user experience design, industrial design( and package design.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) - The most senior corporate executive, or administrative officer in charge of managing an organization.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) - Primarily responsible for managing the company's finances, including financial planning, management of financial risks, record-keeping, and financial reporting.
Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) - The corporate officer who oversees all aspects of human resource management and industrial relations policies, practices, and operations for an organization.
Chief Investment Officer (CIO) - Officer whose purpose is to understand, manage, and monitor their organization's portfolio of assets, devise strategies for growth, act as the liaison with investors, and recognize and avoid serious risks, including those never before encountered
Chief Legal Officer (CLO) - The officer in charge of an organization's legal affairs.
Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) - Executive responsible for marketing activities in an organization
Chief Operating Officer (COO) - The COO is responsible for the daily operation of a company.