8 edition of Rethinking reward found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] Susan Corby.|
|Series||Management, work and organisations|
|Contributions||Corby, Susan, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||HD4928.B6 R48 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008037748|
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by and large, rewards succeed at securing one thing only: temporary compliance. According to Kohn, incentives (or bribes) simply can't work.
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With each additional year of a relationship, the customer becomes less costly to serve. Over time, as the loyalty cycle plays out, loyal customers. Recently, I’ve been rethinking the way we, as owners, look at rewards and consequences to get our employees to: Do something we want them to start doing Continue doing something we like Stop doing something that we don’t like The tried and true method is a system of carrots and sticks.
If you do well, Rethinking Rewards and Consequences: Carrots and Sticks. The editors describe the book's approach as reflecting the fact that ‘reward is both a theoretical field of study with an empirical underpinning and a management issue with a practical and operational impact some chapters are more theoretical than others’ (pp.
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