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Incentive Management: A New Approach to Human Relationships in Industry…

by James F. Lincoln

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Incentive Management is one of the classics of management writing. James Lincoln created a system that worked for generations. In recent years it has broken down a bit, probably most due to inflation and foreign competition. Nonetheless, Lincoln Electric retains much of the democratic culture Lincoln built. This is a 'must read' for anyone interested in management and incentives.
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