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Exploiting Executive Compensation Preferences for Competitive Advantage

One of the biggest criticisms hurled against executive compensation design is “trend chasing” -- chasing the right peer groups, the perfect surveys, or the proper award mix. We've found that external pressures are leading to arbitrage opportunities that can be exploited to attract and retain executive talent.

This is what we call a "Moneyball Moment" -- a moment where there is a disconnect between what executives want and companies are providing them -- similar to baseball's labor market gap explained in Michael Lewis' best-selling book, "Moneyball".

Take a look at our latest research on this topic, and see which side of the equation your company ends up on. When it comes to executive retention, it's better to be on the winning side.

Executive Compensation Arbitrage - Exploiting Preferences for Competitive Advantage