When we want to simulate desired behavior in the workplace, we often fall back on the introduction of rules and sanctions. However, you cannot and do not always want to keep an eye on employees. This fact raises a series of important questions. How effective are rules and sanctions if the behavior is not monitored? What determines compliance with rules in such situations and how can we improve it?
Kees Keizer (MotivationLab) tries to answer these questions by means of various scientific behavioral studies. He seeks the contrast between: what do we think motivates people, and what really motivates them.