ASS3 - Sam Barotz 5/18/07 BAD 302 Assignment 3 1) When...

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Sam Barotz 5/18/07 BAD 302 Assignment 3 1) When people think of incentive plans, they think of rewards. Many people do not realize that what they think of incentive plans may be assumptions. One of the biggest assumptions when it comes to incentive plans is, “people will do a better job if they have been promised some sort of incentive.” The text explains that incentives are more of a temporary change. Another assumption many people make about incentive plans is that rewards will produce better work. Again the text explains that is not the case a lot of times. “Higher pay does not always produce better performance.” Many people also believe that if they put the two flavors of motivation together people will become motivated. The text explains that when that happens, a lot of times people over compensate for one and not the other so the way they motivate them can cause more harm than good. 2)
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course BAD 302 taught by Professor Sugi during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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ASS3 - Sam Barotz 5/18/07 BAD 302 Assignment 3 1) When...

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