Competition in organizations: good or bad? | Niels Pflaeging | Pulse | LinkedIn

The fundamental reason why these tools and practices do not actually work is this: Individual performance, in organizations, does not even exist. The notion of individual performance is a crude over-simplification of organizational reality: Performance is not something that individuals within an organization can do, or create by themselves, individually. Instead, performance in organizations always happens in the space between people. It arises from interactions between individuals, or from “performing with-each-other-for each-other”

Source: Competition in organizations: good or bad? | Niels Pflaeging | Pulse | LinkedIn

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