Incentives: Why or Why Not?

location_city Washington schedule Oct 15th 08:50 - 09:35 AM place Auditorium and Ballroom people 91 Interested

It’s surprising how little of the research around incentives has made it into practice. There’s widespread belief that the debate is about carrots vs. sticks or if it’s carrots or sticks, what kind of carrots or sticks. It’s also surprising how the understanding of this fundamental topic eludes many well-respected, experienced practitioners and coaches. There’s considerable research that suggests what incentives work (and don't work) for individuals and teams. Linda will bring in the latest from cognitive neuroscience and help those of us who care about development teams to learn what works best.


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    • Engaging speaker and interesting topic. I enjoyed how she leveraged humor, embraced learning at any age. Great demonstration on how what one thinks is the obvious answer isn't .

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