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Team-Based Pay in a Knowledge-Based World (HR)

Define them and provide examples of each of them.
1. Shared leadership roles
2. Individual and mutual accountability
3. Specific team purpose that the team itself delivers
4. Collective work products
5. Open-ended discussion and active problem-solving meetings
6. Performance measured directly by assessing collective work products
7. Real work discussed, decided on, and completed together.

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Team-Based Pay in a Knowledge-Based World (HR)
Define them and provide examples of each of them.
1. Shared leadership roles
2. Individual and mutual accountability
3. Specific team purpose that the team itself delivers
4. Collective work products
5. Open-ended discussion and active problem-solving meetings
6. Performance measured directly by assessing collective work products
7. Real work discussed, decided on, and completed together

1. This can be defined as people on the team each taking turns as leader as well as having their specific job descriptions overlap so as to be in order so all is checked (each person has a checking part of another's job so it is checked and balanced. An example would be say they're implementing a new insurance plan for all their insurance needs. One person oversees health, another dental, another disability and another life and they cross check the goals on each other's part to ensure all is done and they also take part leading each section to all get experience (but this too will be ...

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The following problem discusses team-based pay in a knowledge-based world.

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