Drive the Debate:
The Best Ideas in Executive Compensation

A thought leadership video series

Volume 1:
Short-Termism: Is Compensation Design to Blame?

Learn about issues surrounding short-termism and the importance of laying out a long-term strategy. Explore specific compensation actions that companies can take.

Volume 2:
Goal-Based
Compensation

99% of annual incentives plans have goal-based incentives. Designing these programs is no easy feat, but it can be done and requires some work. Watch now.

Volume 3:
Executive Pay: When Is Best Practice Not Best Practice?

Learn how committees can establish a set of principles to develop their executive compensation programs and how to make pay decisions. Watch now.

Volume 1: Short-Termism

Part 1: What are the issues

In this first installment of the Drive the Debate video series on short-termism, Semler Brossy partners Dan Marcus and Blair Jones discuss the issues surrounding short-termism and the importance of laying out a long-term strategy. Further in the series, Semler Brossy executive compensation experts explore specific compensation actions that companies can take.

Part 2: Share buybacks: help or hinder?

Mark Emanuel and Barry Sullivan talk about the relationship of corporate strategy and short-termism, with a focus on share buybacks and how to structure and administer executive compensation in a way that can mitigate perceptions of short-termism. Are buybacks an effective tool to returning cash to shareholders, or a symptom of short-termism?

Part 3: Can you create an ownership ethic?

In the third part of the Drive the Debate video series on short-termism, Roger Brossy and John Borneman talk about the importance of executive stock ownership. They explore how to get executives aligned with shareholders.

Volume 2: Can Goal-Based Compensation Work?

Learn more about what executive compensation consulting can do for your company.

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