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CEOs Gone Wild? Risks and rewards in the executive suite

Take the money and run. Like a thief across a neighbor's yard. Take the money and run. Like a ghost out in the night. Take the money and run. Cause you found out that it wasn't hard to take the money and run." - Excerpted from Take the money and run, words and music by Graham Nash, 1975.

It happened again. Anot......

Full article >>> eholders and leaders of companies in the developed world have, for the most part, cleaned up. Their employees, on the other hand, have seen their compensation levels barely tick up. The biggest winners of all, it would seem, have been CEOs.

Too much reward, too little risk

With CEO average pay now at levels not seen since Internet boom days, and gargantuan payouts such a......

Full article >>> seems to be tilted against it. According to Stephen Roach, chief economist of Morgan Stanley, writing recently in the Times of London, workers in high-wage industrial countries have been getting the short end of the risk-rew......

Full article >>> Depot workers. For example, he replaced knowledgeable full-time workers with less savvy part-timers, implemented rigid standardized processes and operating procedures, and ultimately diminished customer service. The company was a leading exemplar of customer service and perennially made Best Place to Work lists, but under Nardelli dropped in prestige on both of these fronts.

According to......

Full article >>> suaded that they must pay far above the average compensation to get one.

Whatever the reasons, the balance of power between management, shareholders, and workers is out of whack and needs to be righted. Companies would be wise to take actions on their own now before their hands soon are forced by governments.

There is a fine line between healthy pursuit of self-interest and dest......

Full article >>> esearcher, author, consultant and founder of Next Generation Workplace. His work focuses on how changes in workforce trends and demographics, global business dynamics, talent management practices, and information technology-enabled tools and capabilities are transforming the workplace. He helps individual leaders and teams to create Next Generation Workplaces.


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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 02/01/07


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