The "Four Quadrant Theory" is an easy way to visualize the different types of recognition and reward an organization must provide. Use this graph to discover your areas of strength and weakness and to build your R&R Strategy.
The “Four Quadrant” Theory of Organizational Reward and Recognition
Reward and Recognition<br />The “Four Quadrant” Theory of <br />Organizational Reward and Recognition<br />
4 Quadrant Theory<br />Evaluate or determine your current culture…<br />Which of the quadrants are currently well represented? <br />Which of the quadrant(s) look a bit bleak and need some attention?<br />Be Creative and Strategic:<br />Find new and innovative approaches to what you are currently doing and add them to your quadrants. <br />Implement!<br />
Everyone thinks they have “the” magic answer, and…<br />Research proves that it is essential to address each of the four quadrants. <br />Often times, after evaluation, organizations will find themselves falling short in one or more areas. Think "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs" (as applied to management), and my guess is that the quadrant theory will make total sense!<br />
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