The following is a highlighted summary of the book, Driven, published by Driven. By. Lawrence Nohria. Drives and Survival. The drive for immediate. Driven – Paul R. Lawrence and Nitin Nohria. This post contains my personal notes about the big ideas in [Driven: How Human Nature Shapes. Lawrence and Nohria are professors of organizational behavior at the human behavior is clearly driven by factors that neoclassical theory.
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Driven: How Human Nature Shapes Our Choices
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How Human Nature Shapes Our Choicesthe authors combine the latest thinking from the biological and social sciences to lay out a new nohrix on human nature. Lists with This Book. However, I wish the authors had explained one puzzling event of recent decades: If this were the only drive in play, it would lead inevitably to an all-out struggle of each against all.
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Humans have the need to learn new things. My only complaint is that the book was published in and is it deals with several emerging fields evolutionary psychology, neurobiology, etc. Understanding these core drives helps us understand what people want, as well as find ways to help others fulfill them – the central function of business.
How we change what others think, feel, believe and do. He is the author of more than seventy-five professional articles and the coauthor or editor of seven drive, including the award-winning The Differentiated Network. Organizations as well as individuals easily drift into lwarence overemphasis on one drive. The book covers an interesting subject that humans have 4 basic drives: Malik rated it really liked it Aug 29, Sign up for our weekly newsletter.
Judge the success of your efforts by whether or not they help you achieve the desired objective…. Hence firms need to cultivate identifying brands for their products that represent a kind of social contract, a promise of a certain mix of quality D1service D2novelty D3and reliability D4 that adds up to a value that justifies the price.
Not a lot of practical information. I think they should be seen as psychological rather than biological. Published October 15th by Jossey-Bass first published September 30th Kevin Mccann marked it as to-read May 05, Josh Kaufman is the bestselling author of books on business, entrepreneurship, skill lawwrence, productivity, creativity, applied psychology, and practical wisdom.
But I think that’s a pretty big assumption. May 08, Todd rated it it was amazing Shelves: This model applies well to everyday life, even though its main target is in shaping work in organizations to motivate and guide the people who drievn there. Possession not only helps us lawfence the esteem of others and consequent statusit also builds our sense of identity. The strength of their argument lies in their research – anthropological, cultural and organizational.
Lawrence and Nohria’s Employee Motivation
The nature of their individual jobs. Schein, Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus and Senior Lecturer, MIT In this astonishing, provocative, and solidly researched book, A touchstone for understanding how we behave on the job “This is a stimulating and provocative book in bringing together important ideas from different fields, and, thereby, giving us a whole new slant on ‘human nature.
Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3. However, when it came to choosing examples to support their ideas, I found their choices were rather poor and that they just brushed over the subject instead of going deeper. Hardcoverpages.
Tony Medrano added it Nov 28, In this excerpt, Lawrence and Nohria examine how an organization built lawrenec the four-drive theory might look. The authors speculate that all of these drives are the result of natural selection: Notify administrators if there is objectionable content in this page. Sign up now to receive Josh Kaufman’s latest essays and research via email.