COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™

The COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ executive certification program is a unique and cutting edge management program for Chief Operating Officers, Executives, Leaders and Senior Managers who work across industry and Government, and are eager to achieve successful Operating management and execution.

Registration, Payment & Schedule of Classes

STEP 1: Download and complete your COO-C Application and C-Suite Institute’s Affidavit of Identity forms and email by the given deadline below to: info@c-suiteinstitute.com

PLEASE DOWNLOAD COO-C™ APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION FORMS BELOW:

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**STEP 2: PAYMENT

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

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2019

COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA): (THIS CLASS HAS ONE SEAT LEFT!!)

Dates: OCTOBER 28 – 30,  2019 | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

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COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA): (THIS CLASS IS FULL)

Dates: OCTOBER 28 – 30,  2019 | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

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COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (MIDDLE-EAST: QATAR, OMAN, SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT, UAE (DUBAI)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (MIDDLE-EAST):

Dates: OCTOBER 28 – 30,  2019 

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in DOHA, Qatar ) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in MUSCAT, Oman) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in DUBAI, UAE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

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COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION  (ASIA: CHINA, JAPAN, SINGAPORE)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (ASIA):

Dates: OCTOBER 28 – 30,  2019  | Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Shanghai, Beijing, CHINA) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Singapore City, SINGAPORE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $14,999 (USD) per Participant

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2020

COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (USA, CANADA, MEXICO)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA): (THIS CLASS HAS ONE SEAT LEFT!!)

Dates: JANUARY 27 – 29,  2020 | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $19,999 (USD) per Participant

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TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Introduction & Objectives

COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ executive certification program is a unique and cutting edge management program for Chief Operating Officers, Executives, Leaders and Senior Managers who work across industry and Government, and are eager to achieve successful Operating management and execution. The COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ program is aimed at the present and next generation of Operating Executives and Leaders, Senior Financial Managers, Finance Leads, Senior Managers, Managers, Project Managers, and Financial Managers working for dynamic global companies and Governmental agencies who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of Operating Management and Operations Management.

 

9 REASONS TO CHOOSE THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS

  1. All C-Suite Institute™ Executive education program modules utilize case studies to reinforce teaching, evoke independent analysis and research; and provoke deep thought and critical thinking among participants
  2. C-Suite Institute™’s Curriculum is Global Based & has International Perspective – Applicable across all major continents (Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas)
  3. Applied & Practical Insights related to your industry and C-suite/Executive functions
  4. Renowned Faculty – Our Professors hold Advanced/Graduate/Post Graduate Degrees, and have worked in or currently work in Executive level positions
  5. Diverse Participant Mix from all geographies across the Globe
  6. Participants work across the top 50 Industries (Industries range from Aerospace to Information Technology (IT) to Finance & Banking to Oil & Gas to Energy to Utilities and numerous more)
  7. Participants attend from Fortune 500 & Global 2000 companies; Governments (local, state, Federal, National) from around the world; and International organizations and firms such as UN, World Bank, IMF, NASA, ICAO and numerous more
  8. Participants attend from Major World Governments in G-8, G20 & BRICS countries
  9. Participants attend from Major sports organizations such as FIFA and UEFA

 

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

The Role Of The Chief Operating Officer (COO)

 What is a ‘Chief Operating Officer – COO’

The chief operating officer (COO) is tasked with the day-to-day administration and operation of the business.

Typically, the COO reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is considered second in command.

In some corporations, the COO is also known as the Executive Vice President of Operations.

 BREAKING DOWN ‘Chief Operating Officer – COO’

The COO’s focus is executing the company’s business plans according to its business model, while a CEO is concerned with long-term business goals and the outlook for a company. In other words, the CEO makes the plans, and the COO implements them. For instance, a CEO might look at declining market share and decide the company needs to focus more on quality control and enhancing its reputation among its customer base. Similarly, to improve quality control, the COO might instruct the human resources department to hire more quality control personnel. The COO determines the specifics needed to carry out the CEO’s general plan. Where the CEO may be more involved with a long-term focus, the COO is more often responsible for daily, quarterly or other periodic measured results. He also is involved with strategic planning for the future and may establish initiatives to expand the organization’s product lines or markets.

The Role of the COO

The COO’s particular role often depends on the strengths and preferences of the company’s CEO. Sometimes a COO handles all the internal affairs of a company, while the CEO focuses on being the public face of the company. In this case, a COO may be responsible for production, research and development, and even marketing. In many cases, the COO is chosen specifically to complement the strengths and weaknesses of the CEO or to work in tandem with a CEO who prefers to function as a member of a leadership team.

COOs are often responsible for the execution of the strategies proposed by the CEO and the rest of the company’s senior leadership. In an entrepreneurial situation, the COO may have significantly more experience than the CEO, who may be the founder of the company. In this circumstance, the COO is expected to mentor the CEO during the early stages of the business’s development.

If you were to categorize the common day-to-day responsibilities of a COO, they would include overseeing the company’s day-to-day operations, daily communication with the CEO, creating operations strategies and policies, communicating operational strategies to employees, building employee alignment with company goals (and vice versa), and overseeing human resource development.

As mentioned earlier, the main reason why a COO’s daily responsibilities can be so ambiguous is that the COO’s role is primarily based on the needs of the CEO. With this in mind, there are generally seven types of COOs who fill specific needs within a company:

• The executor who leads the implementation of company strategies.

• The change agent who is hired to lead a new initiative, such as organizational change.

• The mentor who is brought on board to mentor younger or newer team members within the company.

• An “MVP” COO who was promoted internally to ensure they were not lost to a competitor.

The other common types of COOs are hired specifically to help the CEO:

• The COO who is brought on to be a foil or complement to the CEO.

• The partner COO who is brought on to be the right-hand man to the CEO.

• The heir apparent who becomes the COO specifically to learn from the CEO, with the expectation that he will eventually take the position of CEO.

Chief Operating Officer VS. Chief Operations Officer

In general, the chief executive officer (CEO) is thought of as the highest-ranking officer in a company, while the president is second-in-command. However, in corporate governance and corporate structure, many variations can take place, so the roles of both CEO and the president may be different across various firms. For this reason, it is important to have a general understanding of the corporate environment and how different positions ultimately fit into it.

First of all, the board of directors is elected by the shareholders of a company and is usually composed of both inside directors (senior officers of the company) and outside directors (individuals independent of the company). The board establishes corporate management policies and decides on “big picture” corporate issues. Because the board is in charge of executive functions, and the CEO is responsible for integrating company policy into day-to-day operations, the CEO often (but not always) fills the role of chairman of the board.

Another factor that determines the positions of company officers is corporate structure. For example, in a corporation with many different businesses (a conglomerate), there may be one CEO who oversees many presidents, each running a different business of the conglomerate and reporting to the one CEO. In a company with subsidiaries, it would be unusual to have one person carry out the roles of both CEO and president. Presidents often hold the position of chief operating officer (COO).

Keep in mind these are examples of general scenarios. The CEO is not always the chairman of the board, and the president is not always the COO. The ultimate goal of corporate governance is to effectively manage the relationship between owners and decision-makers and increase shareholder value.

The Qualifications to Be a COO

A COO typically has extensive experience within the field in which the company operates and has often worked their way up through the ranks for at least 15 years. He or she has both business and management expertise as well as extensive experience in the practices, policies, and procedures of their field. Because she is responsible for directing the work of the departments and personnel below her, the COO position typically requires strong leadership skills as well as the ability to approach situations from a creative point of view. COOs typically have at least a bachelor’s degree and often have other relevant degrees and certifications as well.

 

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Requirements

COO-C™ CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS PROCESS:

ADMISSIONS:

Admission is very selective and based on your professional level, achievement and organizational responsibility. No formal educational requirements apply, however most applicants have completed studies at the Bachelors or Masters or Doctorate levels and have backgrounds in Business, Management, Operations Management, Engineering, Finance, Computer Science, Information Management, Information Technology, Economics, Applied Sciences

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

 

 

COO-C™ CERTIFICATION CURRICULUM & MODULES:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ credential certification consists of 4 modules delivered over 3 days, and the modules are namely:

MODULE 1: FOUNDATIONAL

(a) Executive Leadership, (b) Executive Strategy, (c) Executive Decision Making, (d) Executive Oversight, (e) Executive Transparency (f) Executive Accountability, (g) Executive Planning & Execution, (h) Executive Accounting, Financial& Budgeting, (i) Executive Project Management & Project Control, (j) Executive Problem Solving

MODULE 2: CORE

(a) Leading & Managing People, (b) Leading & Managing Change, (c) Leading & Managing Goals & Priorities, (d) Leading & Managing Communications, (e) Leading & Managing Culture & Cultural Dynamics, (f) Leading & Managing Negotiations (g) Leading & Managing Organizational Politics (h) Leading & Managing Innovation & Technology (i) Leading & Managing Customers & Suppliers (j) Leading & Managing Competitive Advantage, (k) Leading & Managing Risks & Uncertainty (l) Leading & Managing Quality (j) Leading & Managing Crisis (m) Leading & Managing Conflicts (n) Leading & Controlling Waste, Fraud, Abuse, Neglect & Negligence (o) Leading Management Controls & Efficiency (p) Leading & Managing Claims & Disputes

MODULE 3: FUNCTIONAL SPECIALIZATION/EXPERTISE

• Advanced Chief Operating Officer and Operations Management Topics

MODULE 4: APPLIED/PRACTICUM

• Develop ‘My COO-C Strategy & Execution Scorecard™’
• Develop ‘My COO-C Strategy & Execution Action Plan™’
• Develop ‘My COO-C Strategy & Execution Play Book™’ & Implement ‘My COO-C Policy™’

To fulfill the COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ credential certification requirements, all participants must attend and complete all Modules 1, 2, 3 & 4 over three days. There are no examinations given

The COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ program is given in the English language only.

 

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Who Should Apply

Executives, Senior Management and C-Suite Corporate Officers such as All COOs, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, CHROs, Chief Program Officers (ChPROs); Chief Project Control Officers (ChPCOs), Chief Quality Officers (CQOs); Chief Risk Officers (CROs); Chief Project Officers; Chief Procurement Officers; Chief Compliance Officers, VPs, Directors, Senior Financial Managers, Head Finance Leads, Financial Managers, Senior Project Managers, Senior Project Control Officers (PCOs), Senior Project Engineers, Senior Engineers, Senior Project Managers, Senior Program Managers, Head of Finance Department; Principal Cost Engineers, Senior Cost Analysts, Senior Cost Engineers, Senior Cost Control Engineers, Senior Earned Value Management (EVM) Leads, and Senior Risk Officers

 

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Participant Mix

PAST PARTICIPANTS: The COO-C™ executive certification program has been strategically designed for executives who manage operations, management and technical professionals, processes and systems at the Executive level.

Past participants have included:

·         CEOs

·         COOs

·         CFOs

·         CIOs

·         CTOs

·         VP of Finance

·         Senior Finance Managers

·         Senior Operations Managers

·         Senior Financial Analysts

·         Corporate strategists

·         Program Managers

·         Systems Engineers

·         Senior Project managers

·         Experienced individual contributors and staff professionals

·         Other key members of Executive Financial Management leadership and management departments

 

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Testimonials

For testimonials, please visit: www.c-suiteinstitute.com/testimonials-page

 

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Faculty

ALL THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ INSTRUCTORS:

(1) Have Graduate Degrees and Master Of Science (MS) Degrees in Finance, Economics, Project Management or MS Degree in Engineering (Electrical, Civil, Computer, Mechanical, Aeronautical, Software), Or Computer Science Or Technology Management or Information Technology Or Master of Business Administration (MBA); or Phd or DSc in related field
(2) Have Over Fifteen Years of Executive Management Experience in Industry Or Government Or Both;
(3) Have Taught or Teach In Graduate Degree Programs In Accredited Universities in the USA and abroad

TRADEMARKS:

COO-C™ Chief Operating Officer – Certified™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations