EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION: EXECUTIVE ATTRIBUTES AND GROUP DECISION-MAKING EFFECTS IN SOUTH AFRICAN STATE OWNED ENTERPRISESDownload This Article
Executive attributes and group decision making effects are explored in the determination of executive compensation. A purposive sample was drawn, which comprised 20 respondents chosen for their expertise relating to executive remuneration in South African state-owned enterprises (SOEs). The study was carried out by conducting primary data collection through one-to-one interviews. Thematic analysis technique was utilised for data analysis. Findings in this study describe executive compensation as a fit between executive attributes and organisational strategic objectives, and multi-perspective engagement of all critical stakeholders of the organisation which includes internal and external sources.
Keywords: Social Influence, State-Owned Enterprises, Executive Compensation
How to cite this paper: Maloa, F. (2015). Executive compensation: executive attributes and group decision-making effects in South African state owned enterprises. Corporate Ownership & Control, 13(1-4), 482-489. http://dx.doi.org/10.22495/cocv13i1c4p6