In response to the all the attention on executive pay these days, and with corporate leaders attempting to outrun federal regulators in addressing concerns and issues about how executives are rewarded, Harvard Business Review has createda debate forum on how to fix executive pay.
Is it fair – or useful – to limit executive compensation?
Do limits hurt companies’ competitiveness?
Is CEO pay a moral issue?
What’s the best way to structure executive pay?
HBR has invited a group of experts to lead an online discussion of these and other questions.
Recent posts include:
How to Help Directors Increase Oversight of Pay by Don Delves, the Delves Group (July 1)
To Fix CEO Pay, Focus on the Big Shareholders by John Mackey, Chairman & CEO of Whole Foods Market (June 30)
On Executive Pay, Simpler is Better by John T. Landry, Business Development Editor at Harvard Business Review (June 25)
How to Tie Equity Pay to Long-Term Performance by Lucian Bebchuk & Jesse Fried, Professors of Law at Harvard and U.C. Berkeley Law Schools, respectively (June 24)
Executive Pay, It's About "How", Not "How Much" by V. G. Narayanan, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School (June 22)
And there's more...
Tune in for an interesting and informative debate on this critical topic from a diverse group of business leaders, academics, researchers and consultants.