This decade's hot executive is shaping up to be the CRO, the chief risk officer, which students of Intel chairman Andy Grove's book, "Only the Paranoid Survive," may recognize as the chief paranoid officer.
Del Jones, "Paranoia pays: Managing risk has its rewards," USA Today, May 5, 2000
The following is the breakdown of the 150 senior executives who
participated: chief executive officers (37 percent); chief financial
officers (24 percent); chief trading officers (19 percent); chief
risk officers (10 percent); other senior management (10 percent).
"Peat Marwick study on global capital markets," PR Newswire, June 23, 1988
chief hacking officer
chief knowledge officer
chief learning officer
chief privacy officer
chief table pounder