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The Unintended Consequences of SEC Proposed Pay Rule

The SEC has just proposed a rule that will require all public companies to report the ratio between the total pay of the CEO and the median pay of all other employees (excluding the CEO). Some of the unintended consequences –particularly for employment– will be severe.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Governance/Compliance September 20 2013
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The View From Marketing: How To Get The Most From Your CMO

ChiefExecutive.net July 25 2011

The ‘Celebrity’ of CEO Salary

CEO pay is an emotional issue with some, but it as a business performance issue it may be beside the point. Simply said, reducing chief executive pay, while a nice symbolic gesture, is not going to materially improve profitability. Symbolism won’t pay shareholder dividends, won’t drive revenue and won’t better the bottom line. One expert suggests that more attention and energy should go into investigating supplier “salary” rather than CEO remuneration.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Leadership & Strategy March 7 2013
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These extreme CEOs fly fighter planes, scale mountains, and skydive.

ChiefExecutive.net July 18 2011

Thorns & Roses

ROSE…Former telecom CEO EDWARD WHITACRE JR. assumes the chairmanship of GMand faces a two-front challenge: working with GM CEO Fritz [...]

ChiefExecutive.net August 18 2009

Thorns & Roses

ROSE…When PRESIDENT OBAMA reversed his decision not to oppose the release of incendiary photos, he acknowledged the validity of warnings [...]

ChiefExecutive.net June 22 2009

Thorns & Roses

ROSE…Illinois politics is the best cabaret. Just when one thought the Blagojevich scandal couldn’t get more absurd, Roland Burris, Blago’s [...]

ChiefExecutive.net April 13 2009

THORNS&ROSES

 THORNS&ROSES  THORN…To mister malaprop vice president JOE BIDEN, not for the common vulgarism caught by an open mike in congratulating President [...]

ChiefExecutive.net April 29 2010

Three Strategies for Revenue Growth

When companies grow from year to year, they don’t grow in a straight line. They hold onto some revenue from current customers, they lose some revenue and customers, and they grow in other areas. Analyzing the ebb and flow of revenue and profit can help a company understand how it grows, plan for future growth, align sales roles, and motivate the right results in those roles.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Leadership & Strategy January 10 2013

Three Tips to Becoming More Strategic

You don’t need a formal strategy role to help shape your organization’s strategic direction. Start by moving beyond frameworks and communicating in a more engaging way, say McKinsey experts.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Leadership & Strategy August 1 2012

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