Employers should therefore pay people enough money so that the issue of money is off the table.
Dan pinks conclude that better performance is spearheaded by three factors which are autonomy, mastery and purpose (Dan , Online video clip, You tube, RSA Animate). Autonym involves one being allowed to do something in their own way as long as they produce good results. The urge for better understanding of skills motivates a person to work harder. Extra ordinary conditions are often brought about by having a purpose to achieve a certain goal and hence making people have purpose for something is much more important than monetary motivation.
Ken Robinson argues that the current system of education has failed in creating creativity among the students. He indicates that academic inflation is being caused by people not giving value to whatever they study which he terms as ‘shifting beneath or feet. He says that school are based on models of mass production rather places of nurturing passion and talent and hence killing the dreams of many talented students. Schools have turned into institutes of constructing hypothetical careers rather than skills that one can measure. Robison believes that every kid is born an artist but the major problem is growing to be an artist and the cause of this not happening is the kind of education system in place that does not value arts. He observes that in the recent days people are studying various careers but fail to apply them in life and become completely different people. He says that everywhere in the world there is a hierarchy of subjects and art subjects are at the lowest position which should not be the case. The education system is all protracted to university entry and this makes talented people think they not good since they are not value and rather stigmatized. Ken believes that children have innovative capacity and talents that are squandered ...Show more