Consider the managers of two organizations. Organization 1 is a government agency and its manager, the CEO, is employed by the federal government financed by the taxpayers. It may be a regulatory agency. Organization 2 is a private for-profit business and its manager, the CEO, is employed by the board of directors appointed by the shareholders and financed by the earnings of the company. How does the position of these two managers differ with respect to the following?
1. The incentives they face
2. How they are held accountable and how their performance is judged
3. How they receive feedback good and bad
4. How their performance is related to the people they are supposed ultimately to serve.