’The incentive effect is necessary, but the real power of employee ownership results from the culture effect.’’ (Ownership Culture Reports, published byOwnership Associates, Inc.)
I think this is the key perspective to grow upon this very useful article lead to. Organizational culture is the way people – managers and employees - and environments communicate in the workplace.
From the reported data, is interesting to notice that ‘’fairness’’ (to be treated fairly at work) has the highest level against the so perceived more practical dimensions of ownership related to financial aspects. Lets observe that fairness is one of the main values even so called ''bad people'' have – any thief cherishes his fairness toward his bad conduct. Fairness is something we own by default. The fact that it springs on the first place of ''needed conditions for feeling a sense of ownership in the workplace'' is a sign that people are aware of living their very lives in the workplace. And they want to live it properly.