September 12th 2017

What Place Does Reward Have in Performance Improvement?

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During his talk at Corporate Research Forum's masterclass on Organisational Performance Improvement, David Wreford, Partner at Mercer, focused on the following questions:  

  • What do we know about motivation theory?
  • What does a good reward plan look like?
  • What are necessary ingredients for success?
  • How do you know you are making a difference?

Download David's presentation to learn more about the role reward plays in organisational performance, as well as some of the innovative examples used in other organiations.

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