http://www.ted.com Career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don't: Traditional rewards aren't always as effective as we think. Listen for illuminating stories -- and maybe, a way forward.
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FED financed this.... Then it doesn't surprise me.
pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrkrvAUbU9Y&t=8m46s">8:46 - pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrkrvAUbU9Y&t=8m55s">8:55 He knew about those 2017 "alternative facts" almost 8 years ago!! Bad omen?
Am I the only one who clicked because of his last name?
This basically explains why capitalism works
HAHAHAHAHAHA.. I'm listening to this guy and reading this book, then say..... IT"S THE SAME GUY.. hahahaha. guy is great researcher and writes some good books
Lorenzo Alva Quintero
Ooooh MG!! So god damn right!!
ex-SPARE-i-ment, not ex-SPEAR-a-ment
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Korean translation for top 90% possible (pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrkrvAUbU9Y&t=1m00s">1:00) should be the opposite. 전체 90%로 졸업했다. (위에서부터 90%이니 밑에서 10%)
Why do i hear like sticky mouth sound? Is it just me?
why does this ted talk make so much sense?
America has philosphy. A damn good one too.
I mean let's be honest i want both, i desire autonomy, i'm a competitive person so i always increase my mastery otherwhise i feel dissatisfied and i want it to be something that i regard as meaningful, but i'll damn well be wanting more money or the same amount of money for what i do in that environment than if i did it with a babysitting manager because it is a fact that the free environment is more challaningingwhich is a big part of it's appeal), and the company can pay it as it increases productivity and cuts down on overhead cost.
Beautiful. My favorite Ted speech ever due to it's full implications in regard to human spirit.
How many points do you get if you got the Candle problem in about 5 seconds and have never seen it before? if the average is 5-10 minutes...Geekin out here...! haha
There are also studies, even with monkeys, which show if two people do the same work, and get unequal rewards, the group doing the work will stop, usually violently if it continues. It’s a big reason why socialism evolves into communism. Unless you force production, it will go down to nothing. Same principle as to why slavery is bad. People will not produce work for free, to gain nothing, and watch others reap the benefits. Some people will accept that, but the producers and successful people will not.
Also, the 20% time for employees causes them to lose rights to their intellectual property. There’s more than one lawsuit with companies claiming that the employee worked on it while at work, so it was the company’s property too.
To follow this logically, you would have to ignore countless other motivators. Advancement, pay raises, commissions to name a few. If you work for free you give away all of your value. You’re a slave to whatever company or person you are working for. You have no way to advance if you outperform the people around you. If you did, smart people would go elsewhere they can get more money for doing better than their peers. If they pay everyone the same regardless of performance at private companies, those jobs would go to the bottom performers attracted to that arrangement, and those companies will fail.
solved candle problem in like 3 seconds. hm i need to use those skills somewhere.
I bet in the office where the employees picked their own schedules and meetings were optional, I bet they hardly ever planned meetings and when they did, it only involved people who wanted to actively participate in the discussion.
Agree--they are many outmoded and outdated HR practices are still stuck in time.
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