- Hygiene Factor + Motivators → Two factor theory (by Frederick Herzberg)
- Hygiene Factor = 外在誘因
- Motivators = 內在誘因（自發）
- Deliberate Strategy
- Emergent Strategy
- 但會根據feedback, tuning deliberate strategy → 最後變成Deliberate Strategy
- 要決定究竟應不應該往某方向投入資源（for the strategy to be successful)
- 好資金 vs 壞資金
- 整合資源 → 自創流程 → 決定優先次序
- Emergent strategies need a series of tuning before they become deliberate strategies. Deliberate strategies are those with goals that are within eyesight, those that you can make up your mind then go for it. For those that reward or outcome wont be coming within a short period of time, how do you be sure that this deliberate strategy is the way to go?
- Or if you are having doubts, those strategies are still emergent strategies? As once you treat something as deliberate strategy, it means that the goals are already determined, regardless of the short-of-feedback (outcome) along the way, you can still grind through with grit.
- We tend to focus on stuff (or priority) that can bring immediate results. ← this is how you decide the order of action.
- Do we stereotype the expected outcome
- Are the expected outcome truly what we are looking for
- Stereotyped of “success” and stereotyped of the meter of measuring “success”
- Doing things that you enjoy doing. In that sense, what ’s the meter like, is it 0 or 1? If you are doing what you’re doing, then you’re content already.
- Require a clear strategy of “when facing doubts” → what to do. Reacting to negativity or things not going well should not be of emergent strategies.
We are fixated on immediate answers. That’s pretty intuitive. but probably should get used to the situation where no one particular “answer” stands out but a lot of open doors are present in front - and those doors present different opportunities.