What happens when creative staff and management lack proper motivation Truth #4 – Lacking Proper Creative Motivation. Cloistering Staff to keep on track is a weak alternative to the Need + Anticipation factors of Creative Attractors. Teams that participate in developing Creative Attractors will self-prioritize.
Tasking Engineers to do what you ‘want’ is demotivating to the staff.  Now days we have free-range chickens; but, many companies still tell rather than present Need + Opportunity.
Implementation Management says: suck it up, do the task you’re being paid to do, that’s sufficient motivation!  This ignores Need + Belief and is a personal violation to creative staff!
Creative Teams occasionally hide their creative attractors from internal stake holders so that they don’t get shutdown.  Sure, we might avoid the loss of having our ideas shutdown; however, we’ll also avoid the big wins that come from having shared conception motivations (Need + Belief + Opportunity + Anticipation) aligned and refined across all the actors.  
Creative Management occasionally hide their creative attractors from customers so that they aren’t on the hook to deliver a promised solutions; however, this deprives the customers of an Opportunity + Anticipation to create alignment, thereby massively slowing-down adoption. . ©2018 iiSM.ORG, All Rights Reserved. Click slide to see in context of slide deck
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