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A great day, every day! - Does motivating your employee seem fruitless?

A great day, every day!
A great day, every day! - Does motivating your employee seem fruitless?
By FourScouts • Issue #2 • View online
W. Edwards Deming writes: “People are born with intrinsic motivation, self-esteem, dignity, curiosity to learn, joy in learning. “
Peter Senge writes: "Human beings are designed for learning. No one has to teach an infant to walk, or talk, or master the spatial relationships needed to stack eight building blocks that don’t topple.”
Instead of looking at the individual parts, like planning, bonuses, employee performance, you could look at the system as a whole, how does 1 part affect the other. This is where our podcast episode Systems Thinking is about.

Have you heard of Systems Thinking? With Gerard Janssen
Have you heard of Systems Thinking? With Gerard Janssen
Thinking about your problem is not enough, how do you actually change your organization, how do you address command and control?
To make organizations fit for the present and the future, we must work the System. In addition, many organizations opt to use a command and control style management, where upper management makes all the decisions for the employees. While a lot of organizations choose this as their way of decision-making, it is actually making many people unsatisfied.
To help us work the system and break the chains of command, we have Niels Pflaeging on the podcast. Niels is a passionate advocate for a new breed of leadership and profound change in organizations. He is the founder and associate of the BetaCodex network
Ready to finally Work the System? with Niels Pflaeging
Ready to finally Work the System? with Niels Pflaeging
Work the System - Home - Work the System: next-level agility
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