Reward performance but don't rock the boat

Perkins, Stephen
September 1997
People Management;9/11/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 18, p50
Explains how personnel can help to reconcile the idea of teamworking with recognition for individual performance. Emphasis of organizations on organizing and managing in teams for corporate advantage; Contents of the white paper `Excellence in Schools'; Challenge for reward systems; Key to sustainable success for organizations.


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