Rewarding and Recognizing Collaboration



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Many organizations reward employees for contributing to communities, collaborating with colleagues, and generally sharing what they know. Incentives can help publicize collaboration tools and boost participation rates, but creating an effective rewards program isn’t easy. You must introduce the right rewards at the right time, and you must ensure that the rewards are having the intended impact, instead of simply motivating people to go through the motions. This white paper looks at the ins and outs of rewards programs, including tips on setting up your program and ways to guarantee that collaborators feel valued.

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