“When we surveyed hundreds of managers around the world…95 percent of these leaders fundamentally misunderstood the most important source of motivation…the conventional rules miss the fundamental act of good management: managing for progress.”
The Progress Principle, pages 3 & 10
The husband-and-wife team of Amabile and Kramer have studied creativity for more than 35 years. Along the way, they have challenged some long-held assumptions about how we work, how we create.
During a year-long study involving over 120,000 work events reported as they happened, they noticed a pattern: what mattered most in any work environment, no matter the worker’s basic personality or position in the company, progress, however small, was the greatest indicator of their happiness and performance.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Making Progress, However Small, is the Greatest Indicator of Performance and Satisfaction
- Support Progress with Catalysts and People with Nourishment
- Bad is Stronger Than Good