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    Suppose a study was conducted to test the effectiveness of three types of incentive systems on employee productivity.

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    Suppose a study was conducted to test the effectiveness of three types of incentive systems on employee productivity. Management felt that the differences in productivity could be different between male and female employees. (See Excel attachment for data)

    What type of design is best suited for this problem? How would you statistically analyze the results?

    Using any statistical package you desire, are there statistical differences across incentive systems? Any difference between males and females? What about interactions?

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