Getting to The RemitValues We Insist On
At this point we need a brief recap. We established in Chapter 3 that establishing the Remit was central to a high performing team. The problem with this idea is that The Remit, despite being a short word of only five letters, is not an easy ‘thing’ to determine; that in fact there are three key dimensions of The Remit, and they are in a dynamic tension with each other. Readers of other books in our Mapping Motivation series will realise that this is not an uncommon phenomenon in mapping. For example, motivation itself is the product of three interacting and dynamic sources (see Figure 2.5); and, furthermore, even the nine motivators themselves are in three dynamic clusters – the RAG – which ...
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