Corporate America has not done a terribly good job of rewarding executives
for focusing on less-visible indicators of the underlying strength of the firm's growth engine or of its investment in the future.
represented a cross section of industries, including financial services, manufacturing, and technology.
July 12-4, AICPA/USC Executive
Education: Financial Executives
Yet, it is also true that health care organizations and physician executives
who overcome the pigeonhole phenomenon discover that leadership qualities, market knowledge and skills acquired in a particular sector can be transferred to a new sector and environment.
It is easy to understand why this is the case, since to date we have not had a way to evaluate cognitive ability in a form that is acceptable to executives
These types of flexible learning programs are ideal for executives
who travel frequently or cannot attend a nearby university.
After scandals involving high-level executives
and conflicts of interest among Wall Street research analysts, it's no wonder that corporate governance and ethics courses are popular.
In recent years, stock-based compensation has been alleged to be the most abused by company executives
and highly compensated employees (HCEs).
Though all the information may seem vital to the presenter, top executives
have neither the time nor the need for all the details.
The final chapter entails an outline on media relations to assist in maintaining the success of law enforcement executives
, managers, and supervisors.
John Perkins, former head pro at the 4,376-yard, par-61 Vista Valencia in Valencia, always had a ready answer for course newcomers who would express disappointment that it was ``just an executive
Instead, this executive
type is mutating into four different species.
At Tax Executives
Institute's 1992 Annual Conference, the Institute's Corporate Tax Management Committee held a session on outsourcing, featuring a panel of TEI members and representatives of three Big 6 accounting firms.
in the late '80s and '90s will increasingly become information managers.
In his recent "State of the Economy" speech, President Bush criticized lavish salaries and bonuses for corporate executives
and issued a warning for corporate boards to "step up to their responsibilities" and tie compensation packages to performance.