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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

of, for, or relating to administration or administrators

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According to Mark Wilbur, associate dean, Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, the school's executive education programs have two goals: to give students practical knowledge they can apply immediately as well as a broader business context to help them make better informed decisions on the job.
The good news is that these physicians represent a breed of health care executive who have creatively and successfully escaped the pigeonhole.
Criticisms such as the irrelevance of the subjects tested, adverse impact issues involving gender and race, and significantly declining test scores as candidates get older and more removed from academic problem-solving have led to a situation in which intelligence testing is almost never used with an executive population.
An executive education certificate is very valuable for a student when looking for a job or a promotion.
After scandals involving high-level executives and conflicts of interest among Wall Street research analysts, it's no wonder that corporate governance and ethics courses are popular.
The IRS will focus on the tinting of employer deductions and executive income recognition for deferred compensation.
The nominating committee consists of five members and the Executive Director, who chairs the meeting but does not vote.
In addition, the chapter includes monitoring ideas to measure the public's attitude toward an agency's operations and implemented policies and identifies several critical priorities of an effective law enforcement executive.
Lipp will continue in his current role as chairman and chief executive officer of the global financial group.
Ask anyone familiar with executive courses, and the response is familiar: For every naysayer who complains about lack of length, dozens will praise the way those shorter layouts strengthen your short game and accuracy.
According to a recent study of the 1,400 CIO members of Gartner's Executive Programs, leading enterprises seeking success in e-business are making a transition to a cluster of CIO-related executive roles.
It provides a brief description of outsourcing and its roots, discusses how poor communications may increase the likelihood for outsourcing, and describes how the tax executive may better approach the issue of outsourcing to do a more effective job of managing the tax function of the company.
Sam Yanes, director of corporate communication at Polaroid Corporation, exemplifies the new type of communication executive as information manager.