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within the organization and manipulating these variables to either decrease unproductive or increase productive performance (Austin, 2000; Daniels & Daniels, 2004; Diener et al., 2009). Common interventions used in PM include goal setting, feedback, job aids, token systems, lottery systems, etc. (Diener et al., 2009). I plan to use this knowledge to set up a work environment where unproductive traits are frowned upon and quickly addressed; where hard work is cultivated and human capital is advanced. Also, I could use the tools acquired in this course to build the company’s structure; it gives members clear guidelines for how to proceed. A clearly-established structure gives the group a means to maintain order and resolve disagreements; it binds members together; it gives meaning and identity to the people who join the group, as well as to the group itself. Structure in any organization is inevitable – an organization, by definition, implies a structure. The company is going to have some structure whether we chooses to or not. It might as well be the structure which best matches up with what kind of organization that is desired.
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