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How can you measure value? And what is the benefit in measuring it? Monash Business School's Dr Paul Thambar and Professor Matthew Hall have been working on a project that aims to establish a reliable way of measuring value for Australia's co-operative and mutual enterprises (CMEs). Read more about the challenges of the project and the proposed benefits in the latest #Impact article.
Is it enough to know you're doing a good job or do you need to be publicly recognised? What motivates volunteers depends on what drives them personally and a recent study by Professor Asadul Islam of more than 4,000 volunteer tutors in Bangladesh found that those with altruistic values might feel deterred by public displays of gratitude. Read the article in full on #Impact #MonashBusiness
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