GEOnomics 2011 – a Journal of Global Equity Plan Leadership

By Carine Schneider et al.

We are pleased to present our third edition of GEOnomics, our compilation of original essays written by thought leaders from the global share plan community. Each year, GEO has asked a variety of industry professionals to consider the important topics and challenges facing practitioners in the post-economic correction. In this year’s journal, we will cover Continue reading

If I’d Only Known That

by Achaessa James, Bruce Brumberg, Jon F. Doyle, Kate Forsyth, Jennifer George, Steve Kifer, Kim Kovacs, Paul Leisey, Takis Makridis, Mark Miller, David Outlaw, Corey Rosen, Robyn Shutak, Jim Sillery, Mike Stevens, Dan Walter, Fred Whittlesey, and Yan Zhao

Donald Rumsfeld famously said of the Iraq war that “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But Continue reading

Equity Alternatives: Restricted Stock, Performance Awards, Phantom Stock, SARs, and More

Tenth Edition

by Joseph S. Adams, Barbara Baksa, Daniel D. Coleman, Daniel Janich, David R. Johanson, Blair Jones, Kay Kemp, Scott Rodrick, Corey Rosen, Martin Staubus, Robin Struve, and Dan Walter

For many companies, stock options, ESPPs, or ESOPs are not the only stock plans to consider. Instead, restricted stock awards, restricted stock units, phantom stock, stock appreciation rights (SARs), performance awards, and/or direct stock purchases are an essential part of their compensation strategies. This book/CD combination (formerly titled Beyond Stock Options) is an Continue reading

The Decision-Maker’s Guide to Equity Compensation

Second Edition

by Corey Rosen, Pam Chernoff, Elizabeth Dodge, Daniel Janich, Scott Rodrick, and Dan Walter

This book describes the full spectrum of equity compensation plans (such as stock options, stock purchase plans, stock grants, restricted stock, phantom stock, and stock appreciation rights) available to private and public companies as well as LLCs. Unlike Continue reading