New article: How to align reward systems with strategic goals: Moving from a repair-focused to a reliability-focused culture

Any form of change initiative must successfully address the question of “what’s in it for me?” for those being asked to change. In other words, there must be some form of greater reward for individuals and groups if they adopt the new, desired behaviours, than if they continue to behave in the old, undesirable way. These rewards can be both financial and non-financial, but the most successful change initiatives incorporate a blend of the two.

This is the third in a series of 6 articles on moving from a repair-focused to a reliability-focused culture. The full series includes:

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