June 30th 2017
Incentives – What is their role in improving performance?
Where does the debate about the rights and wrongs of incentive structures stand now, and do we really understand what works and why – or why not? And where are we heading?
The post-meeting notes from PARC's meeting, Incentives - What is their role in improving performance?, summarise the discussion from the meeting and key messages from our keynote speakers, including:
- Summary of recent PARC research - Stephanie Bird, PARC
- Neuroscience and Reward - Geoff Bird, King's College London
- Trends in Incentive Design - Jenny Martin, Mercer
- The Future of Incentives - Andrew Erhardt-Lewis, Delloitte LLP
- Case Study: ING - Jean-Pierre Noel, ING
Download a copy of the notes to improve your undestanding of incentives and to utilise the effectiveness of your incentive programmes.
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