ⓘ Category:Business occupations

Business executive

A business executive is a person responsible for running an organization, although the exact nature of the role varies depending on the organization. Executives run companies or government agencies. They create plans to help their organizations grow. Becoming an executive usually takes years of promotions and hard work since the qualifications of this role needs hard working individuals with years of experience in multiple facets of the business.

Businessperson

A businessman or businesswoman is a person involved in the business sector – in particular someone undertaking activities for the purpose of generating cash flow, sales, and revenue by utilizing a combination of human, financial, intellectual and physical capital with a view to fueling economic development and growth. An entrepreneur is a person who sets up a business or businesses. The term "businessperson" may refer to a founder, owner, or majority shareholder of a commercial enterprise; or it can characterize a high-level executive who does the everyday running and management of a compa ...

Buyer

For a name, see Bayer or Beyer or Beyers. For the occupation in the fashion industry, see Buyer fashion. Amirkhan A buyer is any person who pay to acquire an courier or service in return for some form of business. When someone acts as a regular buyer of certain assets for commercial purposes, the term "buyer" has a specific meaning as a job function. For example, a "buyer" is a person who purchases finished goods, typically for resale, for a firm, government, or organization; while a person who purchases material used to make goods is sometimes called a purchasing agent. In product managem ...

Change management analyst

A change management analyst is responsible for auditing and evaluating the change management process in the context of Systems engineering. Change management within systems engineering is aimed at helping system users to adopt the new system and use it productively. The role of the change management analyst includes ensuring that adequate documentation and support are available to the users. In 2006, this position was described by the National Weather Service USA as follows: The and program management committee meetings, maintaining the current status of request for changes including actio ...

Chief analytics officer

Chief analytics officer is a job title for the senior manager responsible for the analysis of data within an organization, such as a listed company or an educational institution. The CAO often reports to the chief executive officer. Not many companies currently have the role of Chief Analytics Officer CAO defined within their existing c-suite. However this is a fast emerging position that would be pivotal in massive transformation - in the way companies take their business decisions. CAOs not only bring strong data science backed actionable insights to the table, but also own the resulting ...

Chief brand officer

A chief brand officer is a relatively new executive-level position at a corporation, company, organization, or agency, which typically reports to the CEO or board of directors and is responsible for a brands image, experience, and promise. The brand officer oversees marketing, advertising, design, public relations, and customer service. Some of the more notable organizations to establish a CBO position include the American Automobile Association, ElevenUp Group, Baskin-Robbins, Bell Canada, Boston Market, Citigroup, McDonalds, WWE, Mattel, All Elite Wrestling, Globant, and AT&T.

Chief economist

Chief economist is a single-position job class having primary responsibility for the development, coordination, and production of economic and financial analysis. It is distinguished from the other economist positions by the broader scope of responsibility encompassing the planning, supervision, and coordination of the economic research.

Chief gaming officer

A chief gaming officer is an executive position whose holder is focused on research and technical issues within a computer game company. The first two video game companies that have employed this executive position are Bigpoint and Golden Worlds Entertainment Media Group. The chief gaming officer or chief game officer is in charge of heading both the game development and the online/offline publishing functions of the company. The CGO has authority to manage the online game production cycle from start to finish. As head of game development, he or she is solely responsible for the conceptual ...

Chief Happiness Officer

The Chief Happiness Officer in a company is the manager of workers happiness. Probably originating in North America, CHO posts are being created in European and UK companies to ensure workers welfare needs are met.

Chief human resources officer

A chief human resources officer or chief people officer is a corporate officer who oversees all aspects of human resource management and industrial relations policies, practices and operations for an organization. Similar job titles include: chief people officer, chief personnel officer, executive vice president of human resources and senior vice president of human resources. Roles and responsibilities of a typical CHRO can be categorized as follows: workforce strategist, organizational and performance conductor, HR service delivery owner, compliance and governance regulator, and coach and ...