Why you should reward decisions, not results

04/22/2009 | BNET

Zeger Degraeve, a professor of innovation at London Business School, says organizations should reward people for the decisions they make instead of the results, because unforeseeable events can bring about bad results from good decisions. Employees should be rewarded for making a commitment to their team, taking action on issues and managing risk, he says.

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