Lots to process in Dan Pink‘s talk at TEDGlobal in Oxford.
- financial motivators are almost always less motivating than intrinsic motivators
- management is a creation of man, therefore its irrelevancy over time is as possible as the videocassette recorder
- free time, like Google’s 20 percent time, can create some cool stuff
- P4P won’t work, executive bonuses either
- the future health care organization will be much flatter (read up on hierarchies)
- most health care workers don’t spend any of their time on anything BUT their approved job tasks, maybe that’s a problem…
That’s it for analysis. The good thing for all of us is that Dan has a new book due at the end of the year titled “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.” Here’s the talk: