n:gage Challenge #2: The Winning Entry

Kwench | Rewards and Recognition

First things first. Have you taken the (completely anonymous, less-than-10-seconds) ‘kwench 1-Q survey yet? Please take a few seconds to click a couple of radio buttons if you haven’t already. Thanks 🙂  Here’s the link (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Kwench1QJan2014)

So now coming to the winning entry for the n:gage December 2013 Challenge (Squeaky Brakes). Congratulations to Chhavi Anand for the best analysis and solution of the case among all the submissions.


Chhavi’s Analysis of the problems with the reward system in Fast Brake:

(Points made by Chhavi are italicized and marked as CA. Plain text is what I have added, as additional comments or notes.)

CA: 1) Individual cash rewards in all geographies; overlooking the fact that the working culture in India(say) where collectivism is popular might not work in Americas(say) where individualism persists.

A very valid point. While making a rewards strategy that spans across multiple geographies, the one-size-fits-all…

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