The Role of the Chief Knowledge Officer at Xerox
– A new vocation has developed within corporations that drastically impacts the way companies manage their information and internal knowledge. This position has many titles, but most commonly is referred to as the CKO, the chief knowledge officer. The responsibilities of this position primarily focus on managing unstructured information and internal knowledge. Xerox refers to this raw data as assets, or more formally, “intellectual capital,” “knowledge assets,” or “intangible assets.” Because knowledge management is considered a tactical occupation, Xerox considers the CKO a part of the upper management team….
Role of a Controller
– A chief accounting officer and head of the accounting department are called as the controller. A controller is responsible for each and every activity of the business and they prepare the financial statement of the company (AccountingCoach, n.d.). Controller has the responsibility in monitoring every activity which has impact on the financials of the company. It is the responsibility of the controller to make analyses, interpreting and to control the entire accounting and financials of the company….
Corporate Governance and Separating the Board Chairperson from the Chief Executive Officer
– Corporate Governance and Separating the Board Chairperson from the Chief Executive Officer Numerous reports on corporate governance have emphasised the desirability of increasing the number of outside directors on boards. An equally important and related issue is a growing insistence that the role of chairman and chief executive should be separate, though on this issue there is less unanimity in the U.S. than in other countries. Choosing the right Chief Executive officer is the key task for the board of directors….
Redefining the Data Management Strategy: A Way to Leverage The Huge Chunk Of Data
Financial Data Management
– Sahira has received employee complaints about the lengthy time it takes for her team to create financial reports. Her team explains that the computers are the problem and that the software programs are too difficult to use and that many hours of manual manipulation of data are required to complete monthly reports (Colorado State University-Global Campus, 2014, p. 6, ¶3). The management dilemma can be described as: Delays in financial reporting. (Appendix, Worksheet box 1). Upon further examination, the specific management question to be addressed is: Can financial data management be made more efficient….