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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My only fear is that companies may start paying lower salaries because it "is not important for performance".
Hinaru Uchiha Uzumaki
10 years ago. Wow time really flies.
I had an entire lecture in business school on Intrinsic vs Extrinsic motivation that I just realised was literally taken off of this TED talk! And I paid freaking $4000 per subject for that while this here is completely free on YouTube for everyone.
I feel like bloody ripped-off for going to a business school!
"The science confirms what we know in our hearts", it's so true, we see it more and more each day in all facets of reality, trust your instincts people!
Wait so the foundation of Capitalism- that people need to be motivated by profit and not the good of mankind- is false?! People can better solve complex problems when they're incentivized with autonomy, mastery, and purpose?! Superficial rewards of wealth stifle creativity?! Shut up, Science! You don't know what you're talking about.
Bob Saget does Ted Talks?
Ted talks are interesting, but there so much infadel in it... mechanisms of discussion has so much citizen or buisness littature in it, where it messes up the truth sorta in the past, by messing up the truth i mean it could be so much better..
infadel can be like a god you yell at , or make do things is large base of population sorta, like a god of state department followers or education listeners, Alright l lets say scientologist use "christians as base to influence" im trying or kind of working it out it rings up in my mind.. it seems like it makes sense that infadel is kind of like anarchist word, to relegion policy and citizenship type stuff.
10 bucks says Campaign managers have use the word infadel or defination of it by influence graphic design to create a race between democrat(man and women) republican, in the past. think about it, all the hatred that comes up when here obama's name in certian circles, along with clinto or hillary in the past, all we have to do is put that on in certian location of of influence type stuff in the pastt
So infadel is powerful inluence in the pastTGB the way i mean it. Ok we all know that state department sucks, the big one the in the past.
Ok this how i see it, fines , fee's, registrations, document updates ( fees fines accumalation of data that cause or creates them to grow or develope, thats fuckin infadel to kill), For example, i was born, as a American, American certificate, american card (social security), How much does the state department cost social security retirement (Americans worked), because of its (updates), the state department is like a property management company, "renew your lease, to stay in your home, but instead the words they use instead of renew your lease is renew your i.d. to be a legal person in the united states, charging you fees, for the documents your were born with, and more than that, taxing you, to enforce the fees in the past.)
So in other words the state department see's your Social security card, and birth certificate as something they can manage, as property they can manage, while charging heavy fees.
Your image is on it Its got your adress on it its got your name and date of birth in the past.
Then they put a expiration date, on all of that ( saying if you dont pay this amount of money, they can take it all away from you, your adress, your ability to gain a home ( a roof over your ahead), all your freedoms , put on a expiration date at the bottom in the past. All from your birth certificate and social security card number, the same one every time.. (its still a similiar concept) it would be one thing is a i.d. lasted 10 years, but every 2 years, that fuckin crazy thats a "lease" , there putting a lease on your life using your birth AMERICAN certificate and social in the past.
Can you rent a home with a expired id Can you get a job with a expired id
Can you use your birth certificate and social security card to get job and a home, or do you need a i.d in the past. ( what does that say for how they are using your american born freedoms or rights in the past. ( yea you can get a job, but can rent a home or by a home in the past) in the past TGB the way i mean it in the past
I should see this since 2016
This is a conspiracy by capitalist bigwigs to get rid of financial incentives they give to us poor proletarians. You greedy bastards...
It is still worth keeping an eye on Semco
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ROW does not seem to work as well in schools, where many students have a habit of leaving their task till their very last moment, then doing everything, usually resulting in some very sub-optimal performance on tests and papers.
In other words, ROW won't work unless you already have motivated workers who actually care about the task at hand.
Melissa Youthful Mamma
I had to turn this off after 3mins because I lost interest because I am too motivated to get everything done this morning 😂
Your best example was a company no one has ever heard of ....
Good talk but he could use some communication skills techniques and ...it could be greater
He asked how would you attach the candle to the wall so I doesn’t drop on the table. So I thought well obviously don’t put the candle on the wall over the table, can’t drop on the table if it’s not over the table, duh.... he said put the candle in the box... idk if I feel stupid for not thinking of that first or smarter... he didn’t say it had to be over the table... just sayin
Extrinsic motivation has a place to be sure, but it must be intermittent and unexpected. If it is an expectation, we have failed our children/students. As a principal of a school I see the pitfalls of too much extrinsic, specifically in children learning to work/learn only if there is a reward or prize or something tangible at the end. The goal is to make learning something kids intrinsically want, as it is something that is valued. Perhaps if we want to help kids learn the value of learning, schools may want to reconsider their current models of scripted programming and make learning fun and exciting and engaging...something kids want to be part of on a daily basis, without the thought of extrinsic reward. Overall I believe there is something bigger at play here, not just the intrinsic vs extrinsic conversation.