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Author:Stuart Ogden , Robert Watson
Data Source:[J].Accounting and Business Research, 2007, Vol.37 (3), pp.199-215Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The paper investigates the influence of comparative CEO pay levels, customer service measures and accounting profits upon CEO pay in the UK privatised water industry over the period from 1992 to 2001. We argue that political and regulatory considerations can be expec...
Author:Geoffrey Wood , Pauline Dibben , Stuart Ogden
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Management Reviews, 2014, Vol.16 (4), pp.384-396Wiley
Abstract:The aim of this paper is to consider the extent to which the comparative capitalism literature fully reflects the available empirical evidence in its attempts to model different versions of capitalism and, in particular, whether it adequately captures the roles of diverse stakeho...
Author:Stuart Ogden , Keith W. Glaister
Data Source:[J].Long Range Planning, 1996, Vol.29 (5), pp.663-674Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This article reports the first results from what is intended to be a longitudinal study of the development of corporate strategy in the 10 recently privatized Water Authorities. All the new Water plcs faced pressures, as a consequence of their privatization, to devel...
Author:Natalie Frow , David Marginson , Stuart Ogden
Data Source:[J].Accounting, Organizations and Society, 2009, Vol.35 (4), pp.444-461Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper explores the role of budgeting in the context of the more flexible modes of management required in conditions of uncertainty. It contributes to the growing literature on the tensions between the need to meet specified financial targets, as expressed i...
Author:David Marginson , Stuart Ogden
Data Source:[J].Accounting, Organizations and Society, 2004, Vol.30 (5), pp.435-456Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Much consideration has been given over the years to what may be described as the `negative' aspect of budgeting; that budgets may constrain innovation and learning, and that budgetary pressure may lead to unintended behavioural side effects. In contrast to this, the ...
Author:Natalie Frow , David Marginson , Stuart Ogden
Data Source:[J].Management Accounting Research, 2005, Vol.16 (3), pp.269-292Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Recent work [e.g. Simons, R., 1995. Levers of Control: How Managers use Innovative Control Systems to Drive Strategic Renewal . Harvard Business School Press; Simons, R., 1999. Performance Measurement and Control Systems for Implementing Strategy. Prentice-Hall,...
Author:Stuart Ogden , Robert Watson
Data Source:[J].British Journal of Management, 2012, Vol.23 (4), pp.502-517Wiley
Abstract:This paper explores how B oard R emuneration C ommittee ( R emco) decisions about executive pay are influenced by pay consultants. Drawing on resource dependency theory and case study evidence from five companies, the paper illuminates the complexities of the pressures and p...
Author:Stuart Ogden , Keith W. Glaister , David Marginson
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2006, Vol.43 (3), pp.521-555Wiley
Abstract:abstract Empowerment initiatives have become popular in recent years in programmes of organizational change, but their impact as a practical managerial policy remains shrouded in ambiguities. We attempt to provide a fuller understanding of their impact, firstly by exploring ...

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