Interaction creates capability beyond individuals. Cooperative performance can be more than what could ever be predicted just by looking at the performance of the parties involved. It is not about individual skills any more. Skills, performance and resilience are emergent properties of cooperative interaction. They are not attributable to any individuals. Higher performance is more a result from the quality of interaction than the quantity of training and education.
Rethinking skills and responsibility
Esko Kilpi

If performance can not be attributed to individuals and performance is a result from the quality of interaction… what does a financial compensation scheme in this situation look like? The traditional salary scale does not suffice anymore. On what basis do you compensate each member of the interaction? Do you have any examples?

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