Chief operating officer

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A chief operating officer (COO) (or chief operations officer) is an executive in charge of the daily operations of an organization, i.e., personnel, resources, and logistics. COOs are usually second-in-command immediately after the CEO, and reports directly to them and acts on their behalf in their absence.

A COO is usually voted in by shareholders or appointed by the board of directors.

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