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Subtle but important points presented here, Derek. Nicely done.

Reminded me of Jerry McAdam's old dismissive phrase about "the slam-dunk school of performance management." Ramming the latest motivational fad willy-nilly into your enterprise overnight is a silly (but still popular) executive supervisory habit.

Also, just as each road leads to different destinations, inputs/drivers shape outcomes. Not every worker responds the same (if at all) to each stimulus, so results are both limited and determined by the form of initiatives. Interesting stuff ...

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