Responsibilities Design and implement business strategies, plans and procedures, set comprehensive objectives for performance and growth, establish policies that promote the company's culture and vision, oversee the daily operations of the company and the work of executives (IT, marketing, sales, finance, etc.) A chief operating officer is the CEO's right hand and the second highest in charge of a company. The chief operating officer is responsible for the daily operations of a company and for assisting the CEO with various tasks. Not all companies require an operations director; however, those that do often benefit from the specific skill set that an operations director brings to the company, such as strong analytical, organizational and communication skills. In the business world, the chief operating officer is called a company's chief operating officer, who is responsible for the daily operations of the company at the executive level.
The daily responsibilities of the chief operating officer may be different, depending on the operating structure and needs of the company itself, as well as the sector in which it operates. The COO represents the chief operating officer of a company, who is responsible for the daily operations of the company at the executive level. The traditional chief operating officer is the member of the executive management responsible for maintaining and driving operational results within a company.