December 2008
Equities;Dec2008, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p64
An interview with Brian Dunn, president of McLagan Partners and chief executive officer (CEO) of global compensation for Aon Consulting Worldwide, is presented. He explained how the financial crisis influenced pay structure and executive compensation. When asked how can firms accurately measure performance, he discussed the importance of including risk in analyzing performance. He also mentioned the plans that can encourage creative thinking and performance.


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