Friday, April 29, 2011

Selfless Behavior Brings Success for All

If you can get your group to consider itself in competition with another group, the result is greater success for the group. Under the right conditions, those who bring the group down will actually often punish themselves to protect the group. Having such a system would obviously be of great benefit to a firm, creating a more efficient, successful firm because each member is concerned with the welfare of the firm more than their own welfare. Any time you can get your employees to self-regulate, you have a much better, more effient firm.

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