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ALSO CALLED: Governance, Enterprise Governance
DEFINITION: C-level is an adjective used to describe high-ranking executive titles within an organization. C, in this context, stands for Chief. C-level titles include (among many other possibilities):CCO (Chief Compliance Officer) CEO (Chief Executive Officer) CIO (Chief Information Officer) CFO (Chief Financial Officer) CKO (Chief Knowledge Officer) CSO (Chief Security Officer) See also CEO and others
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Top 10 Trends of BI for 2007
sponsored by HP
WHITE PAPER: Successful BI initiatives start with improvements to organizational components. Read this paper to discover the top 10 trends that will shape BI priorities in 2007 and how improving business processes can ensure successful BI initiatives in your business.
Posted: 29 Jan 2007 | Published: 01 Jan 2007


The Seven MegaTrends of Professional Services: The Forces That Are Transforming Professional Services Industries and How to Respond
sponsored by Epicor Software Corporation
WHITE PAPER: In this paper we will study the seven MegaTrends of professional services that will provide us with a sound foundation for responding strategically, and taking advantage of these fundamental changes.
Posted: 03 Oct 2005 | Published: 01 Sep 2005

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