A new MBA graduate joins a privately held family and sets ambitious growth targets for the next five years. In order to strengthen the motivation, he proposes a new incentive plan, which he creates him a share of the wealth. However, the family owners have a more conservative views on executive compensation.

A new MBA graduate joins a privately held family and sets ambitious growth targets for the next five years. In order to strengthen the motivation, he proposes a new incentive plan, which he creates him a share of the wealth. However, the family owners have a more conservative views on executive compensation.
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Robert L. Simons,
Indra A. Rein Mountain
Source: Harvard Business School
16 pages.
Release Date: 15, March 1999. Prod #: 199044-PDF-ENG
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