Information, Understanding, Knowledge Information deals with the what questions: What do my employees do? Knowledge deals with the how questions: How do my employees do what they do? How do I get them to do things differently? Understanding deals with the why questions: Why do my employees do the things they do? This is the double loop question. IKUIKU
6-8 Examples of Negative Reinforcement Focused on desirable behaviors that occur more frequently: If a clerical worker feels that being ahead is a favorable condition, the worker will be motivated to work hard in order to avoid the unpleasant state of being behind. An instructor deducts 10 points from a student’s grade for each observed absence but there is no effect on a student’s grade for attendance. Example of an alarm in a child’s room.