Perspectives: Beyond the Carrot and Stick

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Kaushik, Sunil   (ASQ)  

Quality Progress    Vol. 48    No. 12
QICID: 38346    December 2015    pp. 10-11

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Article Abstract

In an organization or system, if the tasks don’t need cognitive skills, a carrot-and-stick method might work as a good motivator. If tasks need cognitive and creative skills, and you’re trying to create a culture to openly embrace and initiate change transformation, the best motivators are autonomy, purpose and mastery. The results-only work environment is the best environment that can provide such motivations.

Keywords

careers, teams, management, change management


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