Compensation and Organizational Performance

Un libro in lingua di Gomez meija Luis R., Berrone Pascual, Franco Monica santos edito da M E Sharpe Inc, 2010

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Writing primarily for an academic audience, although practitioners and consultants may also find the work of use, Gomez-Mejia (Arizona State U., US), Berrone (IESE Business School, U. of Navarra, Spain) and Franco-Santos (Cranfield School of Management, UK) present a textbook that reviews the scholarly literature on the linkages between compensation and firm performance. With a focus on upper management, as they are responsible for most strategic decisions, they address the repertoire of strategic pay choices; pay choices and organizational strategies as an interrelated set of decisions; theoretical foundations of executive compensation; determinants and consequences of executive pay; policy choices, strategic design of executive compensation programs, and implementation; risk and executive pay; corporate social performance as an alternative criteria for the design of executive compensation programs; measuring performance at different levels of the organization; and managing pay-for-performance systems. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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