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CEO pay rules proposed by SEC

SEC’s CEO Pay Rules Should Provoke Internal Pay Exam

Tom Croft of Heartland Capital Strategies had a good post the other day on the proposed CEO pay rules: The US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to adopt a new CEO-Worker Pay Ratio Rule at its August 5 Meeting, passing the rule mandated by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (five years later). […]

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Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom

Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom

Received for Review –  Corporate Concinnity in the Boardroom: 10 Imperatives to Drive High Performing Companies “ . . .a really important book about how to maximize the performance of companies and provides rare, clear common sense guidance for Boards of Directors that is worth its weight in gold.” –Hap Klopp, Founder and former CEO, The North […]

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Participative Leadership: Information Sharing Crucial

A supervisor solicits ideas and suggestions from workers, hears them out even when disagreeing with them, and uses suggestions from the group in making decisions. All well and good, but, given the natural human resistance to yield decision-making, how is the group likely to respond to such initiatives? With little change at first, but, once […]

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Directors Forum 2016: Set for Opening Reception

Directors Forum 2015: Part 1

Disclaimer: I’m sharing a few notes from Directors Forum 2015 held at San Diego University beginning 2/25/2015 and ending 2/27/2015. The Forum was held under the Chatham House Rule, so you won’t read any juicy tidbits here. However, I do hope to give readers some flavor of the topics discussed and a little on the general […]

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Corporate Governance Paradigm in Crisis

The March 2010 edition of Corporate Governance: An International Review (CGIR), one of our favorite “stakeholders,” contains three articles that struck me as particularly significant. Corporate-Governance Ratings and Company Performance: A Cross-European Study by Annelies Renders, Ann Gaeremynck, and Piet Sercu finds a significant positive relationship between corporate-governance ratings and performance across 14 developed economies in Europe from 1999-2003. The strength […]

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Pay Without Performance

Pay Without Performance

Pay without Performance: The Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation was the best book published in 2004 in the field of corporate governance. Lucian Bebchuk and Jesse Fried focus on one aspect of corporate governance, executive pay, and clearly demonstrate that many features of executive pay are better explained as a result of shear managerial power, […]

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