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Pay and Performance: Why Pay Incentives May Not Raise Productivity

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Dr. Howard Peter Greenwald outlines the limitations of incentive-based pay in raising productivity. Individual incentives can be valuable in some organizational settings, but can lead to competition in others. Cooperation among individuals is crucial for maximizing productivity.

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