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Silence Kills: Are You Fostering Cowardly Communication?

The Practical Leader

The CEB study found companies “where employees provide honest feedback substantially outperformed their peers in terms of 10-year TSR (Total Shareholder Return) from 1998–2008.

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How This Lingerie Store Boosted its Bottom Line, Despite the Downturn

Harvard Business Review

The findings revealed that a group of companies emerged with higher total shareholder return (TSR) than their peers post-recession. Customers Recession Retail TSRJournelle in New York City is no ordinary store.


The Best Indian CEO List: Youth and Education Rank High

Harvard Business Review

During his tenure, Naveen Jindal has delivered a staggering total shareholder return (TSR) of 13,784%, increasing JSPL's market capitalisation by Rs 606 billion (about US $12.1 Global business India Leadership JSPL TSR HDFCThis post is part of the HBR Insight Center, The Next Generation of Global Leaders. Who are the best-performing CEOs in India?


Don't Blame Your Company's Poor Performance on Its Industry

Harvard Business Review

Indeed, our study shows that the biggest variations in TSR are not between industries but within them. But the TSR variations of companies within these industries were far greater: 44 percentage points in tobacco and 69 percentage points in computers and peripherals.


Designing CEO Pay to Drive "Good" Behavior

Harvard Business Review

For long-term incentive plans, the dominant measure is total shareholder return (TSR). The primary measurement it uses in its recommendation on each company's advisory 'say on pay' vote is the movement of the CEO's pay in relation to the company's one- and three-year TSR. Compensation Corporate social responsibility Leadership TSR ISSThis blog post is part of the HBR Online Forum The CEO's Role in Fixing the System.


CEOs Must Model the Behavior for Creating Societal Value

Harvard Business Review

He changed "Market Total Shareholder Return" (M-TSR)" to "Operating Total Shareholder Return (O-TSR)." M-TSR measured the market return to shareholders based on the stock price appreciation plus dividends over a three-year period. O-TSR measured three elements associated with the long-term improvement in the value of the business: sales growth, profit margin improvement, and increase in capital efficiency.