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My job title is short and simple: "project manager" but still doesn't mean anything by itself...and I still can't really explain to my grandma what my job is exactly.
doesn't explain my (lack of) grip on reality!
"Associate Vice President, Group Life Insurance and Financial Investments Operations" should then be either comatose or profoundly schizophrenic.
Years ago I had a role as a DCM Specialist on the GTM Team.I did the job for a month before asking what the alphabet soup stood for. My boss didn't know. We spent an afternoon coming up with profane possibilities.We finally found out it was Distribution Channel Management Specialist on the Go-to-Market Team, but I liked our unprintable ideas better.
I like "Boss-In-General (of) Super High Intensity Training" myself...
Hee! I've been pushing for "Galactic Overseer" for years...
"Supreme Being" is my go-to title when people ask me for my input. Funny that I never seem to get my way...
I have eight words in my title (if I use a comma to replace the "of"), ouch.Hey, any book signings in Columbus in the next two days? There for a meeting and would like to get my "indexed" book signed.
Great! Now appearing in office cubicles everywhere!
This explains a lot about The President of the United States of America.
So you say that the CIO, CEO, CFO, COO, CTO, CLO have the best grips on reality when the poor:Operations Manger: Western United States is far down the connected scale - I think maybe the curve is inverted?
haha, brilliant! -- firm believer.
This would imply, as anonymous said, that an CEO would have a great grip on reality, Im not so sure about that :(
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