Rewarding Managers for Bottom-Line Impact

Rewarding managers for their positive impact on value creation is the key to driving a firm’s overall performance. But few organizations know how. Measures that appear to be linked to a firm’s bottom line are often myopic; and managers are rewarded for performance that destroys shareholder value in the long run. The solution is to effectively measure value created, then design a management incentive structure to maximize it. This seminar lays out the steps to measure the value created by a project, division or firm in a variety of ways, including the cutting-edge concepts of Economic Value Added (EVA) and Value at Risk (VaR). You will learn the advantages and drawbacks of each one, and how firms have succeeded in providing performance incentives to create value. Whether a firm is public, private, or non-profit this seminar will provide crucial tools in designing proper incentives to achieve desired results.

Fee: Yes

Contact Information:
James Van Doren
Executive Education
james.vandoren@case.edu
Phone: 216-368-6413
Fax: 216-368-0200

Website Resources:
Rewarding Managers for Bottom-Line Impact
Thursday, May 11, 2006 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sponsored by: Weatherhead Executive Education

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