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Many organizations make the mistake of rewarding employees for behavior that does not contribute to organizational success (Kerr, 1975). Sports teams are prime examples as they seek team accomplishment, yet reward team members for their individual achievements. Ironically, a number of organizations who use teams also reward individual performance. The remedy, according to researchers, involves matching a team’s reward structure to its performance goals (Lawler, 1999). Specifically, rewards based on team and organizational performance will drive integration and teamwork far better than rewards based solely on individual performance (Schuster & Zingheim, 1992).
Smith’s research focuses on individual responses to change, the management of organizational change, and contextual forces for change. He has also worked extensively on the analysis of the global sport industry and its future. Smith is author or coauthor of more than 10 books examining various aspects of sport business and change. He holds a doctorate in management. Scott Somers, PhD, has been a member of the Phoenix (Arizona) Fire Department since 1996 and is assigned to the Special Operations Division.
Taylor has authored or coauthored a number of articles on her research, which have been published in leading journals. She is also the coauthor (with N. Napier) of Western Women Working in Japan: Breaking Corporate Barriers. Rajan A. Thillai is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Studies at IIT Madras where he teaches Finance and Strategy courses for the MBA program. Prior to joining academia, Thillai was working at Infosys Technologies, a top IT solutions company in India.
21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook - Volume Two by Charles Wankel