Task assignment and coaching

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Dominguez-Martinez, S.;
  • Publisher: Amsterdam School of Economics, University of Amsterdam
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An important task of a manager is to motivate her subordinates. One way in which a manager can give incentives to junior employees is through the assignment of tasks. How a manager allocates tasks in an organization, provides information to the junior employees about hi... View more
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