Sunday, November 13, 2005

People, performance, feedback, structure.

When do people perform at thier peak? This thought came into my mind when I noticed a 6-1 winning track record of the Indian cricket team against srilanka. The most striking feature was that a Cricketer does not have an option to play for OTHER COUNTRY, where as an employee has the option of joining a diffrent organization.

Does this freedom of employies to jump firms have a reduction in performance at work? or the lack of freedom of players to join other teams help them in performing better.

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