Why Fred, why do you include so many reviews of Drive as posts, was one of the questions in an e-mail.
I responded that in my belief our world is changing. And Dan Pink give us (at least me) insights how to deal with the complexities of the post-recession era.
No Limit for Better
1.) Autonomy – or the desire to direct our own lives
2.) Mastery – the urge to get better and better at something that matters
3.) Purpose – the yearning to do what we do in the service larger than ourselves
For starters, gaining an appreciation and understanding that people’s default settings are self-directed – they actually don’t need to be baby-sat – will help you see that people need autonomy over task (what they do), time (when they do it), team (who they do it with), and technique (how they do it).
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