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CGO, CMO, CSO, CINO. How Should We Know?

It seems that almost every week, I’m learning about a law firm adding a new C-suite role. This week, it’s Eversheds Sutherland with its first chief transformation officer and first chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, and Armstrong Teasdale, with its first chief growth officer.

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