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Breakout Series II
Executive Pay

2.3 Science and Mother Nature as a Guidepost for Compensation Setting

A recent academic study calculated the exact amount of wind drag in every position of a traditional cycling peloton. Geese fly in a V formation, and fish swim in schools to help with dynamics and efficiency. What does this have to do with LTI and compensation setting? Can the resistance as calculated by science be extrapolated to your total rewards? Learn more about how this new academic study can be leveraged across traditional organizational hierarchies, and as a validation for your rewards process. Should the scientific data be inclusive of base pay, STI, LTI, or the full rewards equation? Learn more about this innovative new study with the researchers.
 
Terry Adamson, FGE, BDO (US)
Jonathan Brooks, E*TRADE Corporate Services (US)
Dennis Paalman, Solvay (BE)
Arnaldo Ulaj, Clearbridge Compensation (US)
 
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Level: I, II, III