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Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Companies today want to position themselves for renewed growth while staying lean and mean. As COO, it’s your job to make that happen. COOs are expected to improve their company’s inventory and working capital management, manufacturing capacity, return on assets and product lifecycle. They’re also on the hook for increasing global operations and tapping emerging markets and low-cost supply sources. All while staying current on business issues ranging from operations risk and international tax to environmental sustainability. Here you’ll find the practical insights to help you keep everything running smoothly.

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