Recognition, Reward, Reinforcement, and Relationships


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Recognition, Reward, Reinforcement, and Relationships
1010204Recognition, Reward, Reinforcement, and Relationships
There Are Cheaper Ways to Make People Unhappy Few organizations are satisfied with their reward and recognition systems. Furthermore, every change in these systems results in someone else becoming unhappy. Most often, management becomes cynical, because no matter what they try, "nobody is satisfied." Reward and recognition systems have changed little in the last 50 years. The only things that have changed about them are the size and type of reward or recognition. Companies are almost never able to prove that they get a motivational, morale, or bottom-line benefit from such systems. Ye…
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Aubrey C. Daniels, Ph.D.,: Bringing Out the Best in People. Recognition, Reward, Reinforcement, and Relationships, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2000), AccessEngineering Export