In between the ultimate return-on-investment measures for attendees and exhibitors lay an analysis of each of the components of the event and the participants’ evaluation of their respective value. View article
Do high-powered incentives in executive compensation really motivate performance, or do they just provide CEOs with an incentive to manipulate performance? In view of current debate in academic and policy circles, Senbet discusses the reform of executive compensation and its role in the governance of financial institutions.
In this edition of Smith Business Close-Up with the University Of Marylands Robert H. Smith School Of Business, Michael Faulkender, assistant professor of finance, shares his findings from research into executive compensation practices and how firms decide what to pay their CEOs.
I am often asked to explain why cash is so ineffective in recognizing employees. The question comes in a variety of ways, for multiple reasons, but always gets down to the same underlying issue.
This is the mantra of the old-school autocratic manager. As much as we know its wrong, you can’t really argue with the logic. Its true; you took this job for an agreed-upon wage and theyre paying it, now shut up and get back to work.