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Good example, Derek, of one of the many cases where task interference prevented the desired performance.

Rewards are also a form of communication in which the feedback loop permits structural obstacles that block achievement to become apparent. Sometimes you can't see the foundation shake until you put some weight on it. That's what a reward program does ... it stresses your support structure and can reveal serious background issues that undercut organizational success.

This is worthy of another article, itself.

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