Leadership Roles, Personality Traits, Perceptions, Motivation

Pink builds a case and comes up with some interesting insights about the value of intrinsic motivation. He argues that  ROWE is important as it raises the idea that goals must be achieved through people and leadership that relies heavily on intrinsic rewards to motivate employees.

However, some scholars claim that ROWE cannot be optimal without the presence of trust and  effective F2F communication.

Here is one example: “The Disadvantages of a Results-Oriented Work Environment”
LINK:  https://smallbusiness.chron.com/disadvantages-resultsoriented-work-environment-32141.html
ANSWER THE BELOW

1.  Thoughts?

2.  Do you think that extrinsic motivation is becoming less important in organizations?

3.  Shifting away from the binary either/or approaches [intrinsic vs extrinsic]: Can you
      build a case in favor of both/and approaches such as  SITUATIONAL MOTIVATION? (Review Belasen & Belasen, 2017, Motivational Gaps).
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