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Strategic Planning – Motivation 3.0

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    Eddie Colbeth Reply

    Gary,
    In your article you mention Motivation 2.0 about 4 times. Did you mean Motivation 3.0? When your talking about involving the whole company in strategic planning, that sounds like a more flat management style which is Motivation 3.0 not 2.0.  Motivation 2.0 is carrots and sticks. Motivation 3.0 is autonomy, mastery and purpose.

    If the feedback you get back from your employees is used in creating the strategic plan, than it’s certainly Motivation 3.0. Though many employers seek input from employees with no intention of using the data, they collect it to “motivate” employees, but as soon as it’s apparent that their input is ignored moral goes down even further. It’s vital that people know the impact of there input. 

    Sounds like you’re doing good things at CO2 Partners! Thanks for sharing.

    Eddie Colbeth

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      Gary B Cohen Reply

      Yes I did! Thank you so much for catching that and before you read this it may be corrected.

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    Motivation Reply

    This page is definitely interesting, an important post full of information.

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