This is a summary version of Daniel H Pink's Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. The summary provides much food for thought in presenting concepts that can change how we see work. It illustrates new and more effective ways of managing workers that result in a happier and more productive environment. By adopting the principles of autonomy, mastery, and purpose, we can see positive transformation in the workplace.
A Book Summary
With the busyness of our lives, it is difficult to make the time for getting through an entire book. So this summary will present only the key points and ideas presented in Drive. It takes out the extras and leaves the core information that will grant you the same advantages of getting through the whole book, but with less time involvement.
Drive asserts that using a system of rewards and punishments to bring control and motivation into the workplace is old-fashioned and not the most successful way to govern employees. Pink posits that using autonomy, mastery, and purpose will bring about the desired results in improved enjoyment in the workplace, and productivity within today's business environment.
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