TEDxAmsterdam 2012 Dan Ariely Meaning in Labour

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1.2.1. Nice Nailantei Leng'ete

1.2.2. Dan Ariely danariely.com Listing of his research @danariely

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1.3.1. Themes Motivation

1.3.2. Related talks

1.3.3. Reactions Cruel tests by Dan Ariely explaining now with joy @TEDxAms "by destroying their creations in front of their eyes, we crushed the joy" @danariely now at #tedxams @dukeu @tedxams Opposite equation: "If u want to motivate people, show them u understand how valuable the work they did is." @danariely #IKEAeffect #TEDxAms Dan Ariely: Labour is leading to love, more labour and investment leads to higher love. #TEDxAMS "ignoring people is a great way to demotivate them" @danariely at #tedxams Dan Arelie explains the value of acknowledgement in work is one of the biggest motivators. #TEDxAms

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3. labor and motivation

3.1. people as workforce

3.2. people hate working?

3.3. only reason to work

3.3.1. To have cocktails on a beach?

4. motivation?

4.1. meaning & motivation in workplace

4.2. story

4.2.1. of friend working at an investment bank working on a Merger & Acquisition powerpoint (ppt) staying up late etc. day before the meeting took place he e-mailed the ppt to his boss boss: reacted: nice job but the deal is cancelled boss apreaciated the work nonetheless But the employee was crushed, nobody saw his work he couldn't find motivation for his next project

4.2.2. something was missing

4.2.3. general meaning missed

5. study: build lego's

5.1. bionicles

5.1.1. Article about this specific research project

5.2. 1st condition

5.2.1. do you want to build a bionicle? you get $3 then $7 then more and more when would it stop

5.2.2. meaningful condition

5.3. 2nd sisyphic

5.3.1. beating the same mountain is boring

5.3.2. build one

5.3.3. build another one

5.3.4. but broke doen the first peaces

5.3.5. endless cycle of breaking and creation

5.4. results

5.4.1. how big would the effect be?

5.4.2. meaningful condition

5.4.3. correclation (when liked) build more bionicles for less money (when not liked) then build less

6. visited a big software company in Seatle

6.1. people felt

6.1.1. CEO cancelled a project where people worked on for 2 years

6.1.2. that doesn't feel good

6.1.3. CEO could present a reason as to "why stop it" understand the importance of meaning

7. next experiment

7.1. 3 experiments

7.1.1. 1: acknowledge

7.1.2. 2 ingnored

7.1.3. 3 schredder

7.2. motivate

7.2.1. say that you ackowledged it

7.3. demotivate people

7.3.1. schred it

7.3.2. or ignore people

7.4. example Ikea

7.4.1. trouble assemle it

7.4.2. frustration

8. experiments

8.1. ikea effect

8.1.1. cake mix pour water pour the mix in the oven it's too less work to get credit for the results

8.1.2. solution took out egg & milks

8.1.3. now people have to add eggs & milk

8.1.4. it feels more like your cake and you get acknowledgement

8.2. ikea

8.2.1. builders

8.2.2. evaluators

8.2.3. more labor: leads to me more love and satisfaction

8.3. for how much would you sell your kids

8.3.1. complex

8.3.2. difficult

8.3.3. no instructional manual

8.3.4. tremendous love

8.3.5. invest a lot in them

8.3.6. other people see your kids different

9. labor market

9.1. Adam Smith

9.1.1. break down the job efficiency of the whole increases industrialization result people dont feel connected

9.2. Karl Marx

9.2.1. feeling of connection

9.2.2. result

9.2.3. knowledge ecomy

9.2.4. it would make sense to offer some efficiency for connectedness

10. revised model

10.1. motivation = payment