Fighting The Kool-Aid Of Stock-Based Compensation: Q&A With Roger Martin
Roger Martin is the Dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. His brilliant new book, Fixing the Game, explains why the private sector’s 35-year addiction to “maximizing shareholder value” has been disastrous for shareholders, for employees, the personal lives of executives, for the economy and for society at large. It also shows how the private sector can get back to doing real business and focus its activities on providing real value to customers. My review of this wonderful book is here: The Dumbest Idea In the World: Maximizing Shareholder Value.