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    READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Daniel H. Pink (PDF FREE) [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] AUTHOR Daniel H. Pink To be completely honest this is one of the books that inspired me to start a new business a mobile app I’m still working on Books I

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    READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Daniel H. Pink Daniel H. Pink Í 8 DOWNLOAD REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us This book comes with its own summary – a very handy thing“COCKTAIL PARTY SUMMARYWhen it comes to motivation there’s a gap between what science knows and what business does Our current business operating system—which is built around external carrot and stick motivators—doesn’t work and often does harm We need a

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    REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us (PDF FREE) [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] AUTHOR Daniel H. Pink READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Daniel H. Pink What frustrates me is the main premise has a contradiction that is never addressed He begins the book with some research on monkeys that demonstrated an innate interest in solving puzzles He then goes on to describe his big premise which is that we are are in the midst of a major motivational shift First our motivation was our biological drives Then came a period of motivation from structure and oversight And now we want autonom

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    (PDF FREE) [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] AUTHOR Daniel H. Pink READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Daniel H. Pink So I listened to this entire book about motivation and I can't figure out why I don't feel motivated to write a review No carrot no stick no review

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    READ Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Daniel H. Pink (PDF FREE) [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] AUTHOR Daniel H. Pink Daniel H. Pink Í 8 DOWNLOAD I did so like learning about the difference between type I and X people At some point in my life I was type X because I believed external stuff such as money or recognition would bring me happiness But now I am a little type I because I like to share my knowledge with other people in my life especially my brother and I choose to build upon my goals and accomplishments to challenge myself instead of to prove myself to

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    (PDF FREE) [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] AUTHOR Daniel H. Pink Only the first chapter is necessary The rest is repetitious and filled with soon to be obsolete computer metaphorsHowever I've been thinking a lot about this book since I read it a few weeks ago so two stars was perhaps a stingy rating Everywhere I go lately I see examples of poorly designed systems destined to kill people's intrins

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  • Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
  • Daniel H. Pink
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  • 12 October 2020
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REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

DOWNLOAD Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF A Whole New Mind comes his next big idea book a paradigm changing examination of what truly moti This book comes with its own summary a very handy thing COCKTAIL PARTY SUMMARYWhen it comes to motivation there s a gap between what science knows and what business does Our current business operating system which is built around external carrot and stick motivators doesn t work and often does harm We need an upgrade And the science shows the way This new approach has three essential elements 1 Autonomy the desire to direct our own lives 2 Mastery the urge to get better and better at something that matters and 3 Purpose the yearning to do what we do in the service of something larger than ourselves Actually it comes with a series of summaries which I think is a really great idea There is also a twitter summary and a chapter by chapter summary Then there is a glossary and an index this guy has taken to heart the tell them you re going to tell them tell them and tell them you ve told them advice And although some reviewers have found all this annoying I found it really useful In fact this is a very useful little book all around and one that nicely brings together lots of threads in the whole motivation behavioural economics social theory nexus that I ve taken an interest in lately To tell you the truth it is like this guy has been reading his way through my library In fact he has read of my library than I have Eventually I will get to Flow for example but he has beaten me to it and I will also eventually read Talent is Over rated it is there beside the bed butThe best of this book is that it confirms my prejudices and honestly what is the point of having prejudices if not to have them confirmed One of my main prejudices is that money is a crap motivator This is an idea that is discussed in part in The Upside of Irrationality however not nearly as well as it is discussed here To explain this I am going to tell you a story about an organisational improvement process I was involved in once when I was the resident union rat bag at the City of MelbourneActually the idea was a remarkably good one I have a preference for processes that ask the people who do the work what their opinions are on how to make the work they do better In fact I m not all that interested in performance per se I tend to think that performance is a function of other things and trying to fix performance is really tackling the problem from the wrong end This improvement process was known as ualitas yes I know close to the worst word ever neologism atized The point was really good though It was for a team of us four in fact two senior management and two union representatives to go around the organisation and ask people what they do and if they thought there were better ways to do it Staff were to come up with ways to make things better according to a series of criteria and then to work towards implementing the improvements they came up with All good so farThen the organisation made what was a fatal and in hindsight and after having read lots of books on behavioural economics completely predictable mistake They linked the achievement of the improvements to a performance bonus Now you may be wondering how that could really be a fatal mistake Surely if people are going to be paid to do something they are going to want to do it well Surely they will also see how important a priority the organisation is making this and put in the extra yards to really make things happen Oh if only humans were so simpleThe problem is two fold Firstly staff had to put in many hours of work to achieve the things they set out to achieve in these improvements Some of these things involved literally hundreds of hours work But by linking this to pay people started adding up the additional time and effort and saying uite rightly that it simply didn t add up I can t remember what people where going to get for achieving their aims but I think it might have been a 1% pay bonus or less than 10 per week on 50000 about average pay before tax People started to think they could do without the 6 a week after taxSecondly do you really think the organisation could afford to say staff hadn t met their improvement objectives And thirdly as soon as it was linked to money people started to aim low The point was to make the target rather than the point of the process in the first place to find ways to improveIn this book this problem would be discussed as a mismatch of motivators Taking what ought to have been an intrinsic motivator and instead using an external motivator And all this comes back to the fundamental assumption underlying most of these problems the idea that staff in organisations simply do not want to work and will only be motivated to work if they are either punished or rewarded I ve worked with people who have won the lottery uite literally and still kept coming to work as they loved their jobs so I ve never really believed that work is just about moneyAnd if that is the only thing you learn from this book it is a worthwhile investment of your time I really liked this book the ideas are clearly set out and it has to be a good thing if people are saying that people need to be trusted to prefer to achieve things rather than to do nothing My experience has always been that if you create the right environment people will produce remarkable work The idea in this book of 20% time where staff are allowed to spend 20% of their time on projects of their own choosing is very interesting I would like to try this out in schools if I ever get the chanceThis is a very worthwhile book if you see it in a bookshop just flick to the back and read the chapter summaries that should be enough to encourage you to buy the damn thing Galveston of what truly moti This book comes with its The Arcanum own summary a very handy thing COCKTAIL PARTY SUMMARYWhen it comes to motivation there s a gap between what science knows and what business does Our current business Lucia A Venetian Life in the Age of Napoleon operating system which is built around external carrot and stick motivators doesn t work and Italian Fever A Novel often does harm We need an upgrade And the science shows the way This new approach has three essential elements 1 Autonomy the desire to direct Consolation our Perdita The Literary Theatrical Scandalous Life of Mary Robinson own lives 2 Mastery the urge to get better and better at something that matters and 3 Purpose the yearning to do what we do in the service Tietam Brown of something larger than Perdita The Literary Theatrical Scandalous Life of Mary Robinson ourselves Actually it comes with a series Looking for Alibrandi of summaries which I think is a really great idea There is also a twitter summary and a chapter by chapter summary Then there is a glossary and an index this guy has taken to heart the tell them you re going to tell them tell them and 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DOWNLOAD Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Unabridged CDs • 6 CDs 7 hours From Daniel H Pink the author of the groundbreaking bestseller Why am I writing this review on Goodreads anyway I m not getting paid for it There are plenty of other things I should be doing And it s not like I have a coterie of devoted followers waiting with bated breath for my next review in fact the vast majority of reviews I write here get zero comments and zero likes So why thenDRIVE has the answer I do it for me I do it for intrinsic reasons and thumb my nose at the world of extrinsic ones I do it because I derive personal pleasure from it because it challenges me to summarize and critiue succinctly because I am free to be funny irreverent scholarly deadpan conventional or wacky Now THAT S incentiveAnd you don t even have to read this whole book to get Daniel Pink s message For one he sums up each chapter in a pecan shell at the end of the book so you can read that instead next time you re at Barnes Noble Or you can visit the TED website and watch Pink sum up his message in a speech for free But if you want the dirty details read the book It s fast it s easy it s enlighteningThe book is chiefly geared toward the business community but has ramifications for all of us and in my case for the education community where I first saw it recommended It debunks the myth of the carrot and stick that rewards get results and sticks get results always No no no Science Pink says proves otherwise And he parades one case study after another to make his pointPerhaps the most salient is the encyclopedia example Back in 1995 Microsoft paid writers big bucks to write Encarta an encyclopedia it sold on CD and as software Only around 10 years later Bill Gates boys had to wave the white flag and fold up camp vanuished and defeated by a competitor that paid no one not a bloody dime and offered its encyclopedia for free That competitor Wikipedia Written by everyday Joes and Josephines the world over For nothingThen there was the Swedish blood bank Its administrators decided to cash in by switching from a donation model to a pay to bleed model What happened Blood donations plummeted Why Swedes preferred to give blood for humane reasons not for blood money They did it for intrinsic reasons not extrinsic onesSo what does this mean to businesses It means the old ways of dictatorial managers overseeing not to be trusted worker bees are over If Pink says you give workers THREE gifts autonomy mastery and purpose they will work like hell for you because it s as much for THEM In many ways it makes sense Given the choice humans will work for less money if a company offers them leeway creative outlets flexibility challenges with long term goals camaraderie and raison d tre s so to speakPink points to our childhoods We re all born with a built in hunger to learn to challenge ourselves to WORK but schools and then workplaces beat it out of us with monotony and inanity dullness and repetition What if you got a FedEx Friday every week a day to work on any project toward the company s cause you wished as long as you presented your results to co workers and admins the following Monday That s how Post It notes were invented by a guy at 3M The company gave its workers time to manage and challenge themselves VoilaIn education it amounts to adding relevancy to the classroom What s the point How does this connect to the world and how can it be used in the student s future Can we give students choice provide the tools and turn them loose while serving as mentors Oddly many teachers cannot and will not because they feel like they will be ceding control AND because they will no longer be doing their job the way they have always done it andor the way THEIR teachers always did it to THEM oh sins of the fathersSo yeah If you don t know the lessons of DRIVE you should jump on the Autobahn and get up to speed Really It s not just for work it s for you too Motivate yourself Check it out Topito terremoto of the groundbreaking bestseller Why am I writing this review Tiểu phẩm báo chí on Goodreads anyway I m not getting paid for it There are plenty High Angle Rescue Techniues of Icon other things I should be doing And it s not like I have a coterie Trollkarlens hatt of devoted followers waiting with bated breath for my next review in fact the vast majority Pillow Talk Puffin Books of reviews I write here get zero comments and zero likes So why thenDRIVE has the answer I do it for me I do it for intrinsic reasons and thumb my nose at the world The Glass Palace of extrinsic Rikers High ones I do it because I derive personal pleasure from it because it challenges me to summarize and critiue succinctly because I am free to be funny irreverent scholarly deadpan conventional Something Like Fate or wacky Now THAT S incentiveAnd you don t even have to read this whole book to get Daniel Pink s message For Buried one he sums up each chapter in a 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company Devilish offers them leeway creative Arctic Labyrinth outlets flexibility challenges with long term goals camaraderie and raison d tre s so to speakPink points to Arctic Labyrinth our childhoods We re all born with a built in hunger to learn to challenge Fear the Darkness Brigid uinn #2 ourselves to WORK but schools and then workplaces beat it Bertie's Guide to Life and Mothers out Tarot Says Beware Herculeah Jones Mystery #2 of us with monotony and inanity dullness and repetition What if you got a FedEx Friday every week a day to work Whale Music on any project toward the company s cause you wished as long as you presented your results to co workers and admins the following Monday That s how Post It notes were invented by a guy at 3M The company gave its workers time to manage and challenge themselves VoilaIn education it amounts to adding relevancy to the classroom What s the point How does this connect to the world and how can it be used in the student s future Can we give students choice provide the tools and turn them loose while serving as mentors Oddly many teachers cannot and will not because they feel like they will be ceding control AND because they will no longer be doing their job the way they have always done it andor the way THEIR teachers always did it to THEM The Story of Edgar Sawtelle oh sins The Color of Law of the fathersSo yeah If you don t know the lessons The Story of Edgar Sawtelle of DRIVE you should jump Richistan A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich on the Autobahn and get up to speed Really It s not just for work it s for you too Motivate yourself Check it Afterlands out

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