Developing a High-Performance Team

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Developing a High-Performance Team
Aspects Relevant to Developing a High-Performance Team
Needs, Rewards, Motivation, and Communication
The relationship between needs, rewards, and motivation is found in the common component of ethics which binds these aspects of management. Ethics are philosophical systems of belief which influence the standards of conduct and behavior and play a part in determining how high-performance is achieved. The way management operates and decides how to balance between needs, rewards, and motivation is predicated on the code of ethics that management use to allocate rewards and judge needs and prioritize them. Pratt (2009) argued that “ethics for a long time simply meant compliance with laws and regulations” (p....
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