Motivation, commitment and the use of incentives in partnerships and alliances

@inproceedings{Bresnen2000MotivationCA,
  title={Motivation, commitment and the use of incentives in partnerships and alliances},
  author={Mike Bresnen and Nicholas Thomas Shaw Marshall},
  year={2000}
}
The use of incentives in partnering and alliancing has been seen as an important way of reinforcing collaboration in the short term and helping to build trust between clients and contractors in the long term. Yet only rarely has the impact of incentives on such relationships been discussed, let alone subjected to systematic investigation. This is despite a wealth of theory and research which brings into question the use of incentives and reinforcers as ways of generating motivation and… CONTINUE READING

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