Drive

The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

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The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us Daniel H. Pink. Chapter 2a. . . . and the Special Circumstances When They Do Carrots and sticks aren't all bad. They can be effective for rule-based routine tasks—because there's little intrins ...Continua
Waleswong
Ha scritto il 28/11/11
Not as though provoking as I thought. Perhaps I have read similar ideas in other books. I would rather read Tom Rath's Well beings. differentiate right-brains job from left-brain one. Productivity of the former one could be ruined by rewards as the r...Continua
Harrietkingaby
Ha scritto il 20/05/11
Compelling and fascinating

OK, so this is no scientific paper, but it's what I want in a book. Well written, compelling and with fascinating insights, it goes into just enough detail and points you in the direction of where to do more research. Loved it.

Pablo Rodríguez...
Ha scritto il 11/04/11
Half a book

Just half the book is filled with content. The other half is boilerplate like summaries, checklists, bibliography, notes, recommendations...

Even so, it is an interesting read and I recommend it.

Alberto Cottica
Ha scritto il 25/06/10
Mr. Pink, your readers are no idiots
The intuition behind Drive makes sense: people are motivated to act not just by external rewards, but by fun and their interests. There is even some research to support it. So far, so good. Everything else about the book is really not up to standard...Continua

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