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.
Pay and Performance: Why Pay Incentives May Not Raise Productivity
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Greenwald, H. P. (Academic). (2016). Pay and performance: why pay incentives may not raise productivity [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473988668
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Greenwald, H. P., 2016. Pay and Performance: Why Pay Incentives May Not Raise Productivity, SAGE Video. [Streaming Video] London: SAGE Publications Ltd. Available at: <http://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473988668> [Accessed 23 Sep 2021].
Greenwald, Howard P. Pay and Performance: Why Pay Incentives May Not Raise Productivity. Online video clip. SAGE Video. London: SAGE Publications, Ltd., 25 Jun 2016. doi: https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473988668. 23 Sep 2021.copy to clipboardorEndnote
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