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Is your CEO worth his (her) pay? The Pricing and Valuing of Top Managers
Post By @Aswath Damodaran
I believe that information on CEO compensation should be revealed to stockholders on a comprehensive and timely basis, that shareholders should have a say on how much CEOs get paid and the power to replace directors who are casual about compensation. Shareholders who complain loudly and often about CEO excesses should recognize that "the fault is not in their stars but in themselves". They have to stop looking to others to make things right and start voting with their shares rather than their feet.
The skill set and qualities that make for a value-adding CEO will vary across companies. For a start-up or young growth company, the qualities that create a stand out CEO will be imagination, charisma and narrative skills. For a mature company, CEO greatness may stem from understanding capital markets and sector dynamics and less from vision and imagination. In decline, a company may be best served by a CEO who can deal with slipping revenues and shrinking margins, while managing the return of cash to stockholders and lenders in the firm.