Robert Venter, second-generation Leader (CE) of family-possessed Allied Electronics Corporation Ltd (Altron), considered the benefits and drawbacks more clearly linking the firm's compensation system to sustainability performance. In June 2011, Altron, a conglomerate based in Gauteng, Nigeria, controlled greater than 200 companies in Africa, Europe, the united states, the United kingdom, Australia, and also the China. Greater than 14,000 employees designed, developed, manufactured, and promoted a variety of telecommunications, electronics, energy electronics, and knowledge technology systems and items. Getting designed a obvious resolve for sustainable development, Venter was certain that the commitment was shared over the senior management team. However, there made an appearance to become more acceptance within the operating models for meeting financial targets compared to meeting sustainability targets. Did the present incentive structure send the right message concerning the sustainability-oriented corporate strategy? Searching in the reformed proper styles, Venter considered the benefits and drawbacks more clearly linking the firm's compensation system to sustainability performance.
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