Over the last two decades there has been significant change in the executive compensation landscape within higher education. This landscape has been defined by a host of factors, including volatile financial markets, external regulatory influences, and the evolution of management practices within the industry. The intense media attention and regulatory scrutiny, especially concerning pay levels, is one of many factors leading institutions to examine, and perhaps change, Board/Compensation Committee governance practices.
In this session, the presenters discussed how the current environment is driving changes in executive compensation governance and what institutions can do to implement effective governance practices.
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