Work performance incentive beyond 'carrots and sticks'

Experiments, examples show employees are motivated by team, not self-interest

By Adam Cywar

This is the second of three articles that addresses the age-old question of what drives the performance levels manifest in completing work. The first article, “Factors that affect the performance of work,” concluded with some of the most obvious items that can drive performance levels up and down.

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