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ISSN: 2047-7031

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ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  5   Issue 4  2015  
Article Abstract
An examination of executive perquisites and their relationship to strategic productivity
Keywords:  Executive, Compensation, Executive Perquisites, Strategic Productivity, Strategic Management
Scott Kenneth Campbell, Ph.D . and Thomas A. Schmidt, Ph.D.
For well over 50 years, researchers have explored the relationship between executive compensation and company performance, often with mixed results. However, regardless of which valuation methodologies one uses, or the limitations one accepts, the reality is that executive compensation represents a significant expense for United States corporations. CEO's and Executive Level Vice Presidents are engaged in almost pure strategic planning, industry analysis and environmental scanning. This study examined some actions companies can make to remove distractions, reduce delays and save the executive time to focus on their work. The authors explore the relative costs of various time saving programs and assistance, and explore the potential productivity benefits of such assistance.
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