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MI Reconnecting Performance Management to Total Stakeholder Value

It seems everyone is finally in agreement – the type of performance management that we have all learned to live with is dead. When I Googled the statement ‘performance management isn’t working’ the top four hits were – No. 1 … Continue reading

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Societal value demands a policy of shared IP

There have always been two very strong but opposing forces at play in the world’s economy. One is the entrepreneur’s desire to create a monopoly and the other is society’s desire to resist; in the name of fairness. The monopolist … Continue reading

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Total Stakeholder Value – A Whole System Solution for Executive Pay

Executive pay is a broken system. Every day another headline appears in the business media with Boards not knowing which way to turn for the best. That’s why MI decided to set up its own CEO Remuneration Project last year; a … Continue reading

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