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Work Revolution co-founder Josh Allan Dykstra interviews Doug Kirkpatrick from the Morning Star Self-Management Institute. The discussion begins with a brief history of Morning Star and the development of Self-Management, then covers a wide range of topics, including: CLOU, Steppingstones, Gaining Agreement and the "Misperceptions of Self-Management" outlined by Frederic Laloux in his article on the SMI site.
Paul Green, Jr. and Mike Sertic of the Self-Management Institute describe the foundational principles we aim to integrate in the development of a peer-based compensation process. They then answer viewers' questions on the presentation.
Chris Rufer, Karrie Rufer and Paul Green Jr presented this case study developed in conjunction with Harvard Business School at the 2013 Symposium.
In this talk Edwin A Locke (University of Maryland, Emeritus) first identifies the relationship between money and wealth. Second, he identifies the relationship between money and survival and the many ways in which money can contribute to thriving and happiness. Third, he shows some ways in which money can undermine thriving and happiness, and finally, he suggests how to view money rationally.
An excerpt from Professor Gary Hamel's interview of Chris Rufer, the founder of The Morning Star Company, in which Chris describes the process through which compensation is set at The Morning Star Company.