The operations executive will report to the newly appointed group Chief Operating Executive (GCOE), Ahmad Farroukh.
What does COE stand for?
COE stands for Chief Operating Executive
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- Centre for Optoelectronics
- Certificate of Education (various locations)
- Certificate of Eligibility (US DoD)
- Certificate of Entitlement (Singapore)
- Certificate Of Entitlement Review (COE-Review.com)
- Certification/Certificate of Equivalency
- Certified Ophthalmic Executive
- Chamber Orchestra of Europe
- Checkout and Evaluation
- Chief Of Engineers
Samples in periodicals archive:
Drawing upon his successful experience as the former chief operating executive of a $19 billion business alliance, Rod Collins shares the leadership secrets for managing at the speed of change.
Patrick Pelata, chief operating executive of Renault, said that part of new Megane hatchback manufacturing would also be shifted to Bursa plant.
2006 was a fantastic year for Northern Trust," says Teresa Parker, Chief Operating Executive at Northern Trust for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Jim Eaton, chief operating executive of Airdrome said there would be no job losses at Rugby - in fact, the base would expand.
Lawrence Robinson was re-elected CPMA president, and he received special recognition for his 25 years as the chief operating executive of the association.
When we think about the applicability of these concepts in the public sector, we begin to see the great challenge elected officials and their chief operating executives currently face.
Leslie's unique background and varied experience will be a huge benefit to our clients," said Christopher Hesen, Recap's President and Chief Operating Executive.