O orgulho no trabalho bem feito

Não posso concordar mais com o que John Kay escreve hoje no FT:
Young people looking towards the world of work should understand that the greatest reward from a job is the satisfaction of doing it well. The people who are most successful in business in the long run are people who are passionate about business – whose aspirations are to bring new products and services to market, to serve customers better, to motivate their staff to greater efforts. And, by the way, you can make a lot of money in the process. That is why Tesco is prospering and Woolworths has failed. That is the lesson we should teach our kids, and which our cabbies should have learnt. It is a lesson that is as relevant to the public sector as to the private.

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