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    Testimonial EMBA Brochure MSHRM Overview Engage Apply Academics Faculty Calendar Program Objective Admissions Tuition Scholarships MSHRM Class Preview Alumni Testimonial MSHRM Brochure Executive Education White Papers Executive Education Workshops In House Training Next Generation Excel Tip of the Month Our Trainers Blog Alumni Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral Send page by e mail Home Your e mail Your

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/printmail/190 (2012-12-22)
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  • The Dark Side of Pay for Performance
    Trainers Blog Alumni Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral The Dark Side of Pay for Performance White Paper Home Author John R Deckop Ph D Temple University Published date August 1 2012 What could possibly be wrong with pay for performance Money is unquestionably a powerful motivator Pay can encourage desired employee behaviors and discourage undesired behaviors And there is justice in pay for performance While should lesser performers receive the same pay raise or bonus as your leading performers To answer I will start with classic old story or parable which I will adapt The Parable of the Old Man and the Football Game There was once an old man who had recently retired from years working in the factory He was a proud and good worker and always felt that he had plenty of ideas he could contribute to management if only someone would ask But they never did Anyway the highlight of his retirement was the nap he could take every afternoon For 40 years he would tire in the afternoon and wish he could take a nap Now he could Click on the link below

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/executive-education/white-papers/dark-side-pay-performance-%E2%80%8Bwhite-paper (2012-12-22)
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  • The Dark Side of Pay for Performance Paper
    Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral The Dark Side of Pay for Performance Paper Home Complete the form below to download the white paper The Dark Side of Pay for Performance by John Deckop Ph D Temple University First Name Last Name Company name Position Title Email Address How did you first hear about us Please be specific colleague search engine

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/dark-side-pay-performance-paper (2012-12-22)
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  • The Dark Side of Pay for Performance ​White Paper
    of the Old Man and the Football Game There was once an old man who had recently retired from years working in the factory He was a proud and good worker and always felt that he had plenty of ideas he could contribute to management if only someone would ask But they never did Anyway the highlight of his retirement was the nap he could take every afternoon For 40

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/print/executive-education/white-papers/dark-side-pay-performance-%E2%80%8Bwhite-paper (2012-12-22)
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    Testimonial EMBA Brochure MSHRM Overview Engage Apply Academics Faculty Calendar Program Objective Admissions Tuition Scholarships MSHRM Class Preview Alumni Testimonial MSHRM Brochure Executive Education White Papers Executive Education Workshops In House Training Next Generation Excel Tip of the Month Our Trainers Blog Alumni Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral Send page by e mail Home Your e mail Your

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/printmail/115 (2012-12-22)
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  • Lehman Brothers’ Accounting Magic – Deleveraging and Moral Hazard
    Trainers Blog Alumni Events Executive Education Workshops Information Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral Lehman Brothers Accounting Magic Deleveraging and Moral Hazard Home Author Professor AJ Kreimer Published date July 12 2012 As Wall Street s problems were reaching a crescendo during 2007 and 2008 Lehman Brothers a prominent New York based investment bank faced a continuing drain on its cash and reserves Its debt laden balance sheet coupled with illiquid assets with uncertain valuations constrained its ability to borrow or raise new capital Lehman needed to convince its lenders investors and government regulators that its position was not as dire as the rumors on the Street suggested How then could they make their quarterly 10Q reports appear to show deleveraging of their balance sheet thereby enhancing critical ratios and allay the solvency fears circulating on Wall Street If they could manage to put lipstick on the pig government regulators analysts and investors would relax and perhaps the shorts speculators driving down the stock price by shorting Lehman s stock would retreat To solve the initial problem of raising cash Lehman as well as other investment banks frequently employed the use of repurchase agreements or repos A common tool in the industry repos allows banks and other entities to raise cash quickly for short periods of time The transaction is relatively straight forward The borrower pledges collateral securities bonds etc equal to the amount of cash that will be borrowed from the counter party typically a bank or other entity with excess cash on hand The lender receives a fee plus interest on the funds while they re outstanding When the transaction is unwound the lender receives its funds and releases the hold on the collateral Click on the link below to download the

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/executive-education/white-papers/lehman-brothers%E2%80%99-accounting-magic-%E2%80%93-deleveraging-and-moral-hazard (2012-12-22)
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  • Lehman Brothers’ Accounting Magic – Deleveraging, Manipulation and Moral Hazard White Paper
    Sessions Knowledge Leadership Series KLS Past Events Initial Application Form Ambassador Referral Lehman Brothers Accounting Magic Deleveraging Manipulation and Moral Hazard White Paper Home Complete the form below to download the white paper Lehman Brothers Accounting Magic Deleveraging Manipulation and Moral Hazard White Paper by Professor AJ Kreimer Temple University First name Last name Company name Email address Position Title How did you first hear about us Please be specific

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/lehman-brothers%E2%80%99-accounting-magic-%E2%80%93-deleveraging-manipulation-and-moral-hazard (2012-12-22)
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  • Lehman Brothers’ Accounting Magic – Deleveraging and Moral Hazard
    position was not as dire as the rumors on the Street suggested How then could they make their quarterly 10Q reports appear to show deleveraging of their balance sheet thereby enhancing critical ratios and allay the solvency fears circulating on Wall Street If they could manage to put lipstick on the pig government regulators analysts and investors would relax and perhaps the shorts speculators driving down the stock price by shorting Lehman s stock would retreat To solve the initial problem of raising cash Lehman as well as other investment banks frequently employed the use of repurchase agreements or repos A common tool in the industry repos allows banks and other entities to raise cash quickly for short periods of time The transaction is relatively straight forward The borrower pledges collateral securities bonds etc equal to the amount of cash that will be borrowed from the counter party typically a bank or other entity with excess cash on hand The lender receives a fee plus interest on the funds while they re outstanding When the transaction is unwound the lender receives its funds and releases the hold on the collateral Click on the link below to download the full white

    Original URL path: http://www.temple.sg/print/executive-education/white-papers/lehman-brothers%E2%80%99-accounting-magic-%E2%80%93-deleveraging-and-moral-hazard (2012-12-22)
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