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(Medical Xpress)   Rewards shown to effectively boost creativity. So ask yourself, "Is this snark donut-worthy?"   (medicalxpress.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Experiment, set of rewards, employees' creativity, Educational psychology, effects of reward choice, new study, Creativity, Reward  
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182 clicks; posted to STEM » on 18 Jun 2021 at 1:21 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-06-18 1:05:59 PM  
To boost employees' creativity, managers should consider offering a set of rewards for them to choose from.

How about more money in the paycheck? I'm sure none of these brilliant people has stumbled across this incentive yet.
 
2021-06-18 2:51:53 PM  
They've known this for decades. Managed to do it with dolphins 30 or 40 years ago. Course, as creativity increased the ability to follow routine decreased, so ymmv.
 
2021-06-18 6:08:47 PM  

Cafe Threads: To boost employees' creativity, managers should consider offering a set of rewards for them to choose from.

How about more money in the paycheck? I'm sure none of these brilliant people has stumbled across this incentive yet.


This.

Over Christmas, my company gave out some Bluetooth cans and $50 Safeway gift cards.  Looked up the headphones, they were ~$120ish, and honestly just looked like cheap headphones that Marshall slapped their branding on.

Ended up leaving the headphones in the break room.  Mix in that the local Safeway seems to have a solid 20% markup over the local Wegmans, I'd have preferred just a $150 bonus.
 
2021-06-19 2:26:25 PM  
Isn't this something we already do for our dogs?
 
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