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Question # 1
To what extent do you find
what you do interesting?
The desire to do something
because you find it deeply
satisfying and personally
challenging inspires the highest
levels of creativity, whether it's in
the arts, sciences, or business.
org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/2013_VansteenkisteRyan_JOPI2. people are more likely to experience a sense of astonishment and sincere surprise.When curiosity is guiding discoveries and learning. http://www.pdf . thereby contributing to building their competence. which forms the impetus for the quick absorption of new material and skills.selfdeterminationtheory.
com/2010/04/08/gary-hamels-pyramid-of-human-capabilities/ Gary Hamel .http://thehypertextual.
Level 3: Intellect Bring best practices to work. Level 1: Obedience Do what you are told.Human capabilities Level 6: Passion Description Get large meaning out of work.be/VlDxHfsW_-8 . Level 5: Creativity Come up with new ideas. Level 2: Diligence Work hard. Level 4: Initiative Do things before being asked. http://youtu.
https://www. Pink: Drive. Survey of 684 open-source developers by Karim Lakhani and Bob Wolf. . 23. is the strongest and most pervasive driver. how a person feels when working on a task.com/review/show/1065405301 Daniel H. i.e.goodreads. p.Enjoyment based intrinsic motivation.
Frederick Herzberg's 2-factor theory. Insufficient financial compensation. falls into the former camp. But having sufficient compensation will not lead to passion for a job.edu/item/6991. is determined not by material incentives. for example.hbs. and personal growth. http://hbswk. according to the theory. which focuses on the idea that the factors that determine job dissatisfaction ("hygiene factors") are completely separate from those that determine true satisfaction ("motivators"). Motivation.html work. it just takes away the dissatisfaction. but rather by interesting recognition. .
1975). Those in the no-reward condition played with the puzzle significantly more in a later unrewarded “freetime” period than paid subjects.pdf .In a now classical experiment (see Deci. http://www.edu/~rbenabou/papers/RES2003. college students were either paid or not paid to work for a certain time on an interesting puzzle. and also reported a greater interest in the task.princeton.
not structured hierarchies.com/rethinking-talent-management-in-the-new-normal/ . Vineet Nayar http://www. Consequently.vineetnayar. people management strategies will have to change so that they look more like Facebook and less like the pyramid structures that we are used to.Generation Y expects to work in communities of mutual interest and passion.
managementexchange. their strengths and how to dedicate more of their time on things they love.com/story/atlassians-big-experiment-performance-reviews . http://www.Have conversations with staff about their likes and dislikes of their current work.
e.html . learning new skills and/or having fun. http://intl-rop.hbr. i.sagepub. are 3 times more engaged than people who are motivated primarily by extrinsic rewards such as money.com/content/early/2011/10/19/0734371X11421495 http://blogs.Studies show that people who are intrinsically motivated. satisfying own curiosity.org/cs/2013/04/does_money_really_affect_motiv. motivated by. for example.
com/doc/36349465/Capital .net/frankcalberg/how-do-you-manage-your-emotions http://www.net/frankcalberg/questions-to-discover-your-values http://www.Further inspiration http://www.slideshare.slideshare.scribd.
Question # 2 To what extent is what you do meaningful? .
pdf . http://www.com/samples/076373473X/3473X_CH02_4759.Motivation is the act or process of providing a motive that causes a person to take some action.jblearning.
com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc .3 factors lead to better performance and personal satisfaction # 1: Purpose What is meaningful.youtube. # 2: Mastery The urge to get better. # 3: Autonomy The desire to be self directed. http://www.
for example.com/1836982/clayton-christensen-how-find-work-you-love . these questions: Is this work meaningful to me? Will I have an opportunity for recognition and achievement? Am I going to learn new things? http://www.Herzberg’s theory of motivation suggests you need to ask yourself.fastcompany.
slideshare.Further inspiration http://www.net/frankcalberg/what-is-the-company-purpose .
Question # 3 To what extent is what you do needed? .
org/2010/07/how-will-you-measure-your-life/ar/pr .php?date=033011 http://hbr.Professional satisfaction What you find interesting What people need What you are really good at Sources http://web.hbr.org/email/archive/managementtip.
net/frankcalberg/pestel http://www.slideshare.slideshare.Further inspiration http://www.net/frankcalberg/customer-needs .
Question # 4 To what extent do you set goals for what you want to achieve? .
But goals imposed by others. for example sales targets. quarterly returns. p.goodreads. https://www. Daniel H. standardized testscores. can sometimes have dangerous side effects.com/review/show/1065405301 .When people set goals for themselves. healthy things usually happen. Pink: Drive. 50.
pdf .com/review/show/1065405301 http://faculty. Daniel H. Douglas Mcgregor notes that if people are committed to a goal.berkeley. Pink: Drive. 195.haas. they will seek responsibility. p.goodreads. https://www.On his theory y.edu/kurkoski/ba105/readings/basic%20motivation%20concepts.
com/samples/076373473X/3473X_CH02_4759. http://www.jblearning.Locke’s goal setting theory hypothesizes that by establishing goals. individuals are motivated to take action to achieve those goals.pdf .
http://blogs.Goal setting has a positive effect on student motivation.html .org/teachers/classroom_qa_with_larry_ferlazzo/2012/01/matt_townsley_asked_carol_boston.edweek.
alternet. Instead they must focus fully on the product they are trying to create. or pleasing critics. http://www. or earning royalties.Studies show that to think and produce creatively. as if creating it for its own sake.org/books/why-students-learn-better-playful-environment . or winning prizes. All such thoughts stifle creativity. people must forget about pleasing an audience.
it can harm intrinsic motivation – by engaging people in a task for its own sake.Goal setting increases extrinsic motivation. http://www.hbs.edu/research/pdf/09-083. However.pdf .
com/re/recentresearch/re00064 .strategy-business.Setting goals is an effective method to track achievement. http://www. Too much emphasis on performance goals may encourage unethical or unnecessarily risky behavior.
This goal prompted staff to overcharge for work and to complete unnecessary repairs. http://www.edu/research/pdf/09-083.Sears set sales goals for its auto repair staff of $147 per hour.pdf .hbs.
pdf .Goals may promote competition rather than cooperation and ultimately lower overall performance.edu/research/pdf/09-083.hbs. http://www.
Further inspiration http://www.net/frankcalberg/strategy-paradoxes-3551177 .slideshare.
Question # 5 To what extent are you free to do what you want to do? .
youtube.3 factors lead to better performance and personal satisfaction # 1: Purpose What is meaningful.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc . # 3: Autonomy The desire to be self directed. http://www. # 2: Mastery The urge to get better.
com/review/show/1065405301 Daniel H. decide herself/himself how she/he wants to do the task. p.goodreads. i. 63. . she/he will be more motivated to do the task. https://www.e. Pink: Drive.When a person can do a task in his/her own way.
http://youtu. perform better. have more positive emotions. they become more creative. solve problems better. https://www. 63. and have a better psychological and physical wellness.be/VGrcets0E6I Daniel H.Hundred of studies show that when people are free to do something. Pink: Drive. p.goodreads.com/review/show/1065405301 .
be/VGrcets0E6I . provide her/him with a meaningful rationale. http://youtu. provide the person with choices to decide from.To support a person in becoming more autonomously motivated. you need to find out how the person sees the situation. encouraging her/him to take initiative. helping her/him try new ways.
com/doc/32211076/Power-distance http://www.Further inspiration http://www.net/frankcalberg/power-to-the-people-34722633 .slideshare.slideshare.slideshare.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/good-leadership http://www.net/frankcalberg/social-competence http://www.net/frankcalberg/listening-tips http://www.scribd.
Question # 6 To what extent do you give and/or receive useful information? .
https://www.Teresa Amabile found out that when people get specific. p. 67. they become more motivated. Daniel H.goodreads.com/review/show/1065405301 . Pink: Drive. meaningful information about their work.
Question # 7 To what extent do you give and/or receive feedback? .
http://howwelead.org/2011/04/02/feedback-is-great-motivation/ .Feedback is great motivation.
pdf .Herzberg’s approach suggests that individuals have desires behind hygienes such as salary. http://www. and that motivators such as recognition for achievement are very important to them.jblearning.com/samples/076373473X/3473X_CH02_4759.
a child's effort on learning something.com/review/show/1065405301 Daniel H. .goodreads.We should praise effort and strategy rather than praising intelligence. When we praise. p. https://www. for example. the kid will understand that effort will lead to mastery and growth and will take on new tasks to progress further. Pink: Drive. Research by Carol Dweck. 178.
net/frankcalberg/feedback-tips .slideshare.Further inspiration http://www.
Question # 8 What kind of work and living environments do you need to do your best work? .
Don’t ask “How can you motivate other people?”.be/VGrcets0E6I 13:25. Instead. ask “How can you create the conditions within which people will motivate themselves?” http://youtu. .
Further inspiration http://www.pinterest.com/frankcalberg/outdoor-work-and-living-environments/ http://www.com/frankcalberg/indoor-work-and-living-spaces/ .pinterest.
Question # 9 How often do you ask people questions? .
Pink: Drive. p. not with answers. 198.Lead with questions.com/review/show/1065405301 Daniel H.goodreads. Advice by Jim Collins. https://www. .
Further inspiration http://www.slideshare.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/question-types .net/frankcalberg/questions-that-challenge-the-way-you-think http://www.
Question # 10 How easy is it for you to speak up when you see a problem? .
goodreads.Build red flag mechanisms. 198. https://www. Advice by Jim Collins. p. In other words. Pink: Drive. make it easy for people to speak up when they identify a problem. .com/review/show/1065405301 Daniel H.
Question # 11 To what extent do you give and/or receive unexpected rewards? .
Pink: Drive. Research by Teresa Amabile. .goodreads. an unexpected reward. 66. p.The highest levels of creativity were produced by people who received a reward as a kind of bonus. https://www.com/review/show/1065405301 Daniel H.
jblearning.com/samples/076373473X/3473X_CH02_4759. F. Skinner proposed that individuals are motivated when their behaviors are reinforced.B.pdf . http://www.
com/news/articles/2010/12/PSYCHOLOGY-Cracking-the-mystery-of-motivation/ .rochestercitynewspaper. Richard Ryan http://www. using rewards can be effective.When you're talking about rote simple tasks.
B. F. Skinner found that he could motivate a rat
to complete the boring task of negotiating a
providing the right incentive - corn at
the maze’s center.
punishing the rat with an electric shock
each time it took a wrong turn.
Over time, Skinner’s rats became bored with corn and
began to ignore the electric shocks.
In our experience, a similar phenomenon often prevents
organizations from sustaining higher performance:
structures and processes that initially reinforce or
condition the new behavior do not guarantee that
it will endure.
As far back as 1911, Frederick Taylor and his
scientific management associate described
money as the most important factor in
motivating the industrial workers
to achieve greater productivity.
http://principlesoffailure.html .We are all motivated by both intrinsic and extrinsic factors in all our decisions.com/2010/09/discover-what-motivates-you.blogspot.
.Be careful Offering money can be counterproductive.
http://hbr. offering money spoiled that effect. showed that women’s contributions decreased when they were offered payments.org/2011/07/the-unselfish-gene/ar/6 .A study in Sweden. which has a purely voluntary blood donation system. Donating blood is a way for people to signal that they are the kind willing to sacrifice for the good of others.
pdf .Number of parents picking up their children late Weeks http://karlan.edu/fieldexperiments/pdf/Gneezy%2520and%2520Rustichini_A%2520Fine%2520is%2520a%2520Price.yale.
Further inspiration http://www.slideshare.net/frankcalberg/how-are-people-paid-for-what-they-do .
Question # 12 How often do you evaluate yourself? .
Were you better today than you were yesterday? Why / why not? Daniel H. https://www. p.goodreads. 154. Pink: Drive.com/review/show/1065405301 .
be/vldjedAashA .Further inspiration http://youtu.
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