short-termism


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short-termism

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(Commerce) the tendency to focus attention on short-term gains, often at the expense of long-term success or stability
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It urged the leaders to urgently move to a new model of inclusive growth and development, saying reliance on GDP as a measure of economic achievement is fuelling short-termism and inequality.
Top of the list was a centre-back, but there is no short-termism at City these days, and he was not locked in meetings with Pep Guardiola, chief executive Ferran Soriano and football director Txiki Begiristain just to figure out what would happen in January.
Managers are battening down the hatches, prioritising controlling costs over investing in development, particularly in their staff, but this short-termism feeds a vicious downward cycle.
In this paper, Steven Kaplan marshals evidence that, in recent decades, firms generally have not fallen prey to corporate short-termism.
To derail the short-termism freight train, a group of senior corporate governance heads from major investors and global asset managers launched the Investor Stewardship Group (ISG) and the group's Framework for U.
According to new Institute of Practitioners in Advertising research, the alarming decline in ad effective- ness from its 2009 peak is directly connected to the tight grip that short-termism now has on the mar- keting industry.
ratio w bruda Sg " Frances O'Grady, TUC General Secretary, said: "Poor corporate governance contributes not only to high-profile corporate disasters such as BHS but also to short-termism and excessive executive pay across much of the private sector.
IN spite of its short-termism rulers, European football remains as important as ever.
DW's Matt Pearson says Real's win was an all-too-familiar triumph of deep pockets and short-termism over teamwork and stability.
6 trillion-with-a-t, said he'd been trying for several years to get the chief executives of leading companies to resist "the powerful forces of short-termism afflicting corporate behavior.
We are in a knowledge-based economy, and innovation is a key driver of economic growth, productivity and corporate competitive advantages, so short-termism is a very real problem.
These are the pillars of a prosperous future, but they are too easily undermined by the short-termism of modern politics.