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Fail to see the logic of CEO compensation? You’re probably overlooking the economic effects of recruitment, retention, and corporate governance

Making good public policy is hard enough without having to deal with peoples’ behavioural tics

Smaller and independent boards are more likely to get executive compensation right

If sustainable low-carbon behaviours are to be embedded in the workplace, organizational culture has to change. Here’s how HR processes can make that happen

After leading their firms to bankruptcy, one-third of CEOs remain as corporate captains with their compensation intact

It may be bad optics, but the likelihood of a firm's emergence from bankruptcy is greater when key employees are paid incentive bonuses

What are the benefits of followership, and how can it make for better leaders?
60-minutesThursday, February 28, 2013 - 1:00pm
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Smith School of Business
Goodes Hall, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6

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