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In their book Raving Fans (William Morrow, 1993), Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles say that rewarding customers is nothing revolutionary--just common sense.
If not handled appropriately, rewarding utilization management may create risks and possibly invoke ethical questions.
As long as educators are aware of what the value-added system is supposed to be rewarding, and as long as that system rewards the desired outcomes more than it erroneously rewards something else, the system will help to elicit more of the desired outcomes--namely, improvements in student achievement.
All it requires is the application of the method most often used to overcome conflicts at a personal level: rewarding good behavior instead of punishing bad behavior A good example of this is the dramatic reduction in the use of corporal punishment in schools.
The credit union also plans on rewarding members for the majority of its products and services that they already use, in addition to new enrollments.