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non-executivenoun [C]

(also nonexecutive) uk   us   (also informal non-exec) MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE
a ​member of a company's board of ​directors who is not one of the company's ​managers: Many non-executives believe they should have the last word on a company's ​mergers. The days of the non-exec coming in for a monthly ​meeting, with a good ​lunch and a ​game of golf, are ​long gone.

non-executiveadjective [before noun]

(also nonexecutive) uk   us   (also informal non-exec) MANAGEMENT, WORKPLACE
relating to a non-executive: Baker is to be non-executive ​chairman at Medeva. a non-executive role/​boardseat/​post
(Definition of non-executive from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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