Just When You Think You're Done With a Subject...

Posted on May 13, 2010

Last post I provided a link to Peter Bregman’s blog about motivation and the role of reward and self-realization in each individual’s drive toward achievement. And I really thought that would be it. But then I got to digging around the TED site (for a quick update, you can check what I wrote about it here – it includes a link), and came across this presentation given by Dan Pink on the surprising science of motivation. It’s just under 19 minutes long, but you’ll want to watch the whole thing because there is some great material here. (As with my last blog, I’d suggest you watch before reading on. We’ll wait for you.) 

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Just Try and Make Me

Posted on May 10, 2010

This blog entry from Peter Bergen on the Harvard Business Review site contains a fascinating story that, at first, appears to be about good deeds. I suggest you read through the entry before we go on. 

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An Announcement for Audit Scouts Everywhere

Posted on May 4, 2010

For the last 50 years, the National Organization of Benevolent Internal Audit Scouts (NOBIAS) has been the preferred choice of every child wanting to learn about internal auditing. In our continuing effort to keep Audit Scouting as exciting and relevant as possible, we are proud to announce the following additions to our merit badge program.

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