Team Incentives vs Individual Incentives LO26474

From: Jack Zigon (
Date: 04/02/01

Replying to LO26295 --

On 3/8/01 10:05 AM, learning-org-digest at said:

>I am interested to know if anyone has had experience with incentive
>schemes for teams rather than individuals
>The concept works for coaches of successful sporting teams - why not in
>the business world?
>It may improve overall performance and at the same time improve the
>performance of weaker team members, develop an esprit de corps, reduce
>staff turnover and reduce the amount of management time expended on
>recruitment and training.


One trick to making this kind of reward work is to be able to measure BOTH
the team and the individual. Here's a how-to article with examples:

I also have information on team pay. Go to the search page and type in
"team pay".

You can also try this url

-- Jack

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