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Setting High Performance Expectations Can Lead to Failure

Idea posted: December 2020

Institutions: UCLA Anderson School of Management    University of Chicago Booth School of Business    The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania   

Past research has demonstrated that high external performance expectations (e.g., from supervisors, co-workers, clients, family, friends, and the media) can motivate individuals to increase their efforts and be more persistent,…

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Why Are Disagreeable Men Being Rewarded for Being Disagreeable?

Idea posted: March 2019

Institutions: University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business    Cornell University    Ivey Business School at Western University   

While it is well documented that women earn less than men, a series of three studies examined whether agreeableness had an impact on this wage inequality — that is, whether…

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Corporate Psychopaths: A Menace to Your Organization

Idea posted: February 2017

Institutions: University of Middlesex Business School   

Psychopaths are manipulative, bullying, lying and egocentric people without a conscious. They use coercion and intimidation to get what they want, and never have a sliver of remorse for their…

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Motivation Profiles: Pay and Reward Vs Fulfilling Work

Idea posted: May 2016

Institutions: Clark University Graduate School of Management    Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®)   

Self-determination theory describes four types of motivation, moving on a spectrum from other-directed to self-directed. External motivation is at the other-directed end of the spectrum. Motivation is based on what…

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Why Equity-Based Incentives Work Below the C-Suite

Idea posted: October 2015

Institutions: University of Toronto Rotman School of Management    University of Windsor Odette School of Business   

Equity-based incentives, such as restricted stock grants or options, are common for C-suite corporate executives. This is not surprising as they have corporate-level responsibilities. For business-unit managers in decentralized corporations,…

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Competition Among Peers Key to Managerial Promotions

Idea posted: July 2015

Institutions: Copenhagen Business School    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Munich School of Management    University of St. Gallen    University of Geneva   

To study the talent management processes of an organization, a team of researchers focused on the managerial skills required for management promotion. Identification of those skills is the key element…

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Promotion Vs Compensation: Managing Employee Careers to Benefit the Organization

Idea posted: March 2015

Institutions: Chinese University of Hong Kong    Kellogg School of Management   

Personnel policies are often considered in the context of the individual — policies related to hiring, promoting, and firing individuals, for example. However, personnel policies must operate within the context…

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High CEO Pay Leads to Overconfidence and Poor Results

Idea posted: January 2015

Institutions: University of Utah David Eccles School of Business    Purdue University Krannert School of Management    University of Cambridge Judge Business School   

Previous studies have explored the link between CEO pay and future business performance with mixed results. In some cases, higher CEO pay is linked to better results; other studies show…

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How CEOs Strong-Arm Their Compensation Consultants to Get What They Want

Idea posted: November 2014

Institutions: University of Cambridge Judge Business School   

Does hiring compensation consultants result in higher pay for CEOs? Until recently, academic studies exploring this question have yielded no evidence that CEOs use compensation consultants to justify higher pay.…

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