[Republished – 2nd edit: March 18, 2017 – from original article April 2015]
A common question I am asked is:
how people are rewarded if not by ownership of things?
… but the problem with this question is that it assumes if you don’t actually own something, then you have no certainty of access to it, and thus you haven’t received a reward.
But this is actually just an assumption &/or a failure of imagination. Continue reading “Property vs. non-Property Reward Models”