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anon user #3
#1 2022-08-06 00:55:30

This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Basically if you think money is always the best motivator, you are very very wrong.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc

Am I saying that Capitalism should be abolished?  That money should not exist?  No.  But what I am saying is that we are indoctrinated into the system and we have a number of false assumptions surrounding it.  The above video helps to show an assumption or two and how it is not correct.

TL/DR:  Skip to 2:00 in to the video and watch the next 30 seconds.

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#2 2022-08-06 02:12:52

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Consultancy Mumbo jumbo

emma

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TesticularFortitude
#3 2022-08-06 02:37:00

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Instead of a raise how about a pizza party!
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richscum

Potential Employee Uprising Quelled With Free Pizza


Just moments earlier, these passive and complacent workers were talking about setting fire to their office.
NEW YORK—A massive employee backlash over low wages and increased workload was narrowly averted this week when company management arranged to have eight large pizzas delivered to the design firm Cobalt Media, instantly quelling months of mounting resentment and dissatisfaction

The pizzas—topped with pepperoni, mushroom, and extra cheese—effectively cooled down the angry mob, which had reportedly reached its boiling point. According to Cobalt sources, the free Italian pies arrived approximately 20 minutes after a company-wide e-mail detailing upcoming cutbacks was sent out late Friday morning.

"Everyone's been fed up and ready to explode at management for weeks," production designer Carolyn Wurster said. "But then all those pizzas showed up, and it just didn't seem like the right time to start demanding a legitimate healthcare plan or salary raises that reflect the amount of work we do."

Added Wurster, "They ordered like 10 huge pies."

Purchased from nearby restaurant chain Antonio's, the complimentary pizzas had an acute calming effect on the tense office environment within minutes. Heated discussions about managerial incompetence were quickly replaced with friendly banter about favorite junk foods, while angry rumblings over a series of unexplained layoffs were supplanted by conversations about upcoming weekend plans.

Frustrated employees carefully outlined all of their complaints in this passionate and convincing document.
"At least the garlic knots showed they were thinking about us," Schappel continued.


Besides suppressing the overwhelming office acrimony, the pizzas appeared to subdue frustrated employees on a physical level, leaving many full and slightly fatigued. Art director Craig Warren, who was seen just two hours earlier pacing back and forth in anger, skulked quietly back to his desk after consuming four slices of sausage and ham; and receptionist Margaret Doyle reportedly forgot all about a meeting she had scheduled with Cobalt supervisors to discuss her dismay over being denied maternity leave.

"We were going to hand in a petition giving management an ultimatum, but it's not like the whole thing can't wait until next week," project coordinator Phillip Beinart said. "I don't have much time to finish the drawings for our newest account—especially after taking that extra-long lunch break."

Today, they give us free pizza, but a month from now it might be those new computers they've been promising, or even those vacation days they took away a couple of years ago," veteran designer Chuck Meyer said. "Or maybe it's more free pizza, which would be pretty good, too."

Cobalt president Robert Weinblatt, who is based at the company's headquarters in Chicago, said ordering the pizzas was the right thing to do.


"After hearing that our staff was so unhappy, I wanted to make it clear to everyone how much our workers mean to us," Weinblatt said. "Also, Antonio's Pizzeria is one of our clients, so it didn't cost the company a dime."
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oilpig

https://www.theonion.com/potential-empl … 1819569798


lmao

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#4 2022-08-06 02:40:47

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Funny.  There are no citations to the supposed study. No direct data.  Just anecdotes with nothing concrete to support them.

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anon user #3
#5 2022-08-06 02:54:08

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

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Funny.  There are no citations to the supposed study. No direct data.  Just anecdotes with nothing concrete to support them.

Register.  I don't do research for dots.

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#6 2022-08-06 02:56:43

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

anon user #3 wrote:

Register.  I don't do research for dots.

Fuq off. I didn't ask you to research anything.  A legit video credits their sources.

That is a fact.

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anon user #3
#7 2022-08-06 02:57:58

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

wrote:

Fuq off. I didn't ask you to research anything.  A legit video credits their sources.

That is a fact.

I'm not even going to look for the credits in the video.  Not for a dot.  Register.  Otherwise you're just some bum shouting random garbage.

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#8 2022-08-06 03:11:31

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

anon user #3 wrote:

I'm not even going to look for the credits in the video.  Not for a dot.  Register.  Otherwise you're just some bum shouting random garbage.

What makes you think I want you to look?  Your video is just feel good nonsense with no credit to it’s supposed source.

Now what part of fuq off do you not understand?

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#9 2022-08-06 03:11:56

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

c3po

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RockHardConservative
#10 2022-08-06 03:21:17

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

stupid drawing nonsense, so annoying and gay

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#11 2022-08-06 03:58:09

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

RockHardConservative wrote:

stupid drawing nonsense, so annoying and gay

Indeed you are Mr RHC
INDEED YOU ARE

pokeinbutt

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#12 2022-08-06 04:00:39

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

anon user #3 wrote:

Basically if you think money is always the best motivator, you are very very wrong.


Am I saying that Capitalism should be abolished?  That money should not exist?  No.  But what I am saying is that we are indoctrinated into the system and we have a number of false assumptions surrounding it.  The above video helps to show an assumption or two and how it is not correct.

TL/DR:  Skip to 2:00 in to the video and watch the next 30 seconds.

You poor naive goon...  that’s exactly the shyt that cheap-ass management wants the drones to believe

I say fuqing show me the money

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#13 2022-08-06 04:09:14

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

wrote:

What makes you think I want you to look?  Your video is just feel good nonsense with no credit to it’s supposed source.

Now what part of fuq off do you not understand?

I'm still not going to do it
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bluebunny

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AusCarFancier
#14 2022-08-06 10:03:40

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

anon user #3 wrote:

I'm not even going to look for the credits in the video.  Not for a dot.  Register.  Otherwise you're just some bum shouting random garbage.

I sponsor the dot's request.

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Suck it Liberals!
#15 2022-08-06 10:15:53

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

anon user #3 wrote:

Basically if you think money is always the best motivator, you are very very wrong.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc

Am I saying that Capitalism should be abolished?  That money should not exist?  No.  But what I am saying is that we are indoctrinated into the system and we have a number of false assumptions surrounding it.  The above video helps to show an assumption or two and how it is not correct.

TL/DR:  Skip to 2:00 in to the video and watch the next 30 seconds.

WAS THIS PART OF YOUR "IT" DEGREE COURSE???

WHAT TECH SCHOOL WAS THAT FROM???

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#16 2022-08-06 11:54:16

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Retarded and c3po
Like the asshole op.

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HydeParker
#17 2022-08-06 13:29:39

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Seriously, without killing the majority of the upper crust people in business world, nothing will change, ever...

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HydeParker
#18 2022-08-06 13:37:07

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

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#19 2022-08-06 14:39:22

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Life is one big Skinner Box.

snob

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RockHardConservative
#20 2022-08-06 16:23:26

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

Money is the only thing that matters.

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#21 2022-08-06 17:19:30

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

RockHardConservative wrote:

Money is the only thing that matters.

I'm supposed to work for these employer morons for free?  Fuq that.  Bring cash.

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PelvicOarfish
#22 2022-08-06 17:28:17

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

HydeParker wrote:

Seriously, without killing the majority of the upper crust people in business world, nothing will change, ever...

yes

richscum rocket

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anon user #3
#23 2022-08-06 21:59:52

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

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anon user #3
#24 2022-08-06 22:03:01

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

AusCarFancier wrote:

I sponsor the dot's request.

Very well.

Ariely, Dan; Gneezy, Uri; Loewenstein, George; Mazar, Nina (July 2008). "Large Stakes and Big Mistakes" (PDF). Review of Economic Studies (76): 451–469.

Workers in a wide variety of jobs are paid based on performance, which is commonly seen as en-
hancing effort and productivity relative to non-contingent pay schemes. However, psychological research
suggests that excessive rewards can, in some cases, result in a decline in performance. To test whether
very high monetary rewards can decrease performance, we conducted a set of experiments in the U.S.
and in India in which subjects worked on different tasks and received performance-contingent payments
that varied in amount from small to very large relative to their typical levels of pay. With some important exceptions, very high reward levels had a detrimental effect on performance

"Large Stakes and Big Mistakes"
https://people.duke.edu/~dandan/webfile … stakes.pdf

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RockHardConservative
#25 2022-08-06 22:11:49

Re: This was played in a Management course I took. "The surprising truth about what motivates us"

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I'm supposed to work for these employer morons for free?  Fuq that.  Bring cash.

Yep and tards like AU ruin it for everybody else by doing just that.

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