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Forty years ago, the average worker had one or two jobs in their lifetime. This job monogamy meant a company and its employees were more likely to share a common view toward long term financial goals.

Today, the average American will have 12 jobs in their lifetime. So how can managers be more intentional when setting up metrics that align employee incentives with the long term health of the company?

In this webcast Professor Lendecky will discuss:
  • How short term metrics (although well-intended) are often manipulated
  • Common blind spots managers face in aligning metrics and incentives
  • How to incorporate non-financial metrics into employee performance for a healthier organization

Brian Lendecky

Sr Lecturer, Accounting
at McCombs School of Business 

Brian Lendecky is a Distinguished Senior Lecturer in the Department of Accounting at the McCombs School of Business. He joined the Accounting Department in 2006 and teaches Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting across the undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Education programs. He has also taught at the ESCP-EAP European School of Management in Paris, the VSE School of Economics in Prague, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Prior to joining McCombs, Brian started his career at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and has subsequently managed accounting departments in the food manufacturing, energy, and medical supplies manufacturing industries. He has also provided consulting services in numerous industries throughout the past fourteen years. Brian is a licensed CPA in the State of Texas