QUARTA-FEIRA, 14 DE JUNHO DE 2018
Focar nos resultados de longo prazo impacta positivamente a lucratividade, a satisfação dos empregados e dos acionistas. Os exemplos são de grandes empresas, mas a mesma lógica se aplica a negócios de menor porte.
Pressure from Wall Street often compels CEOs to focus on the next quarter so that they can meet short-term expectations. But while it is important to meet short-term goals, it is equally – if not more – important to emphasize longer-term objectives. CEOs who adopt long-term strategies eventually help their companies become more profi, have happier employees and shareholders, and become better corporate citizens, according to a new book titled, Go Long: Why Long-Term Thinking is Your Best Short-Term Strategy. CEOs who go long in their outlook have natural allies among institutional shareholders who not only tend to have dominant voting power but are also long-term investors, the book contends, with supporting evidence from companies such as Ford, Unilever and CVS Health.