C-suite

C-suite
The C-suite consists of three letter abbreviations starting with the letter “C”. The C-suit originally derive from the USA and indicates the authority and position in a business of its top managers.
In addition to the CEO, officers who report directly to the CEO, the so-called “second tier”, are included. Their position (title) is usually shortened to three letters that start with a C and end with an O.
Examples are:
  • Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).
  • Chief Creative Officer (CCO).
  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
  • Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
  • Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO).
  • Chairman of the Board (COB).
  • Chief Operations Officer (COO).
  • Chief Risk Officer (CRO).
  • •Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
  • and so on…
To these management positions can be added the COB, which is an abbreviation of the “Chairman of the Board”. A synonym to C-suite is C-level.

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