17th October 2011
But in talking to them (I'll let you know when the article goes up) I came across what I believe is another misconception.
Ken and I have already mentioned that the managers must be involved, and this seems to be becoming better known. After all, the culture is for the managers to earn bonus on profits and share in success, so where's the reward to them if they have to fire people for underperforming when they may be able to take a percentage of massive profits if the underperforming (potential rogue), wins it all back on the next throw of the dice?
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