Please help me understand. My own research tells me that Leaver cultures (generally, of course) divide the fruits of their efforts equally among all members (some going so far as to reward choice pieces via the whim of the tribe, but not much more than that). I cannot understand how such equal division can work in an organization that is made up of multiple members, who (for the sake of argument) contribute the same amount of work, but have differing levels of education that prepared them for the skills needed to give their part. How can I pay a Master in Business who works just as hard as the Bachelor in Business the same amount? The thought is so awkward it’s painful! Wouldn’t the Master be out all those years of education-investment? And if not, how can “working together as equals” truly be maintained under different socio-economic statuses?
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