Harold Solovitch

University of Montreal

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Professor Emeritus of workplace learning and performance at the University of Montreal

Harold Solovitch on KCRW

Quotas are an oft-used management tool. Retail clerks and meter maids alike work under quotas. But sometimes quotas work against companies.

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