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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

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the chief executive department of the United States government

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workforce, is both a place for interim execs to post their credentials and a source of talent for firms looking to hire these plug-and-play executives.
We see the network growing in the short term to 10,000 members, and ultimately reaching 200,000 senior execs who take on project work," according to the network's founder and CEO Robert Jordan, who is himself an interim exec, having led a team of contract execs based in the Chicago area for twelve years.
For over 15 years, Execs In The Know has built a reputation of excellence in the Customer Management Industry and a worldwide community of over 50,000 Customer Experience Professionals, dedicated to enhancing the customer service industry.
Primetime series usually have a couple of current execs onboard (from both the studio and the network), most of whom are assigned several shows to oversee at once.
The execs on the current team at the studio, as well as casting executives, played an important role in bringing on Britney Spears and in bringing on Sarah Chalke.
Likewise, AOUs recent deals with small-screen bigshots like Mark Burnett demonstrates the 'Net's need for execs and talent with programming savvy.
There are a lot of untalented execs who've been on the tit for a long time," says one power broker.
But when IFC parent Cablevision fired 14 top execs at AMC and WE: Women's Entertainment last week due to accounting irregularities, things started getting clearer.
A whole generation of midlevel network and studio execs have opted to strike out on their own rather than put up with the increasingly corporate culture inside the congloms.
Headhunter Brad Marks, who specializes in the entertainment biz, says he's seen a huge increase in jobless execs looking for work since the end of the financial interest/syndication rules.
Also under Wynne, talented key TV execs Jon Feltheimer and Eric Tannenbaum both exited the company; video topper Ben Feingold had been operating without a contract for some time.