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exec

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n. an executive. The execs are well treated around here.
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The Execs In The Know CX Partner Advisory Board will provide industry knowledge, advice, guidance, and recommendations to the EITK community.
NIGEL LYTHGOE exec producer, "So You Think You Can Dance"
If they choose to, most communicators can be that advocate, educating senior execs on employee information needs.
Well-run companies require chairman, chief exec and finance director to be able to work together as a team.
That should come as good news for some Sony execs, who were jittery following reports that Berman would join his former Warner Bros.
Interim execs need to be quick studies, given the limited timeframes in which they must deliver results and operate effectively in an industry in which they may have little or no background.
8220;Joining the Advisory Board of Execs In The Know was a conscious decision to be involved with like-minded senior executives, who have the same drive, determination and motivation that we have, in delivering authentic customer engagement through hospitality,” said LeAnne Crocker.
The industry has traditionally run hot and cold on current departments--the execs that oversee the ongoing health and production of series already on the air.
2) By their position; senior execs have already earned the right to use people's time.
Studio Execs will join us for discussions and panels.
Exec Digital is a leading digital media source of news and content for C-level executives across the world.
When HBO promoted execs from within to replace ousted CEO Chris Albrecht, the pay cabler was intent on conveying a message of stability.
They're too high up to accept the always plentiful ground-level posts, yet not powerful enough to command the kind of production deals senior execs score as part of their exit agreements.
It was a puzzle at the time: Many top execs at Bravo, which reaches 71 million homes, didn't seek other jobs when NBC bought Bravo last November and installed its own people under new prexy Jeff Gaspin.
Unlike the newly minted Eye chairman and CEO, an unusually large number of network and studio execs find themselves on the bubble as the frenzied development rush of late spring draws to a close.