Thursday , September 23 2021

The Habtic Standard

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I few weeks ago I was approached to write an article about “game theory and organizations”…I wasn’t quite sure what to talk about at first, but then I realized that managers play “games” with their employees every time them implement any type of inventive system (or promotion system, for that matter!). So let’s think about the different factors we should think about when structuring incentives in the workplace, both to maximize profitability but also to do right by workers…

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I few weeks ago I was approached to write an article about “game theory and organizations”…I wasn’t quite sure what to talk about at first, but then I realized that managers play “games” with their employees every time them implement any type of inventive system (or promotion system, for that matter!). So let’s think about the different factors we should think about when structuring incentives in the workplace, both to maximize profitability but also to do right by workers…

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