A sense of ownership stimulates primary work motivators.

Autonomy 0K2C is, as this is, a prerequisite to ownership 1B8B. Owning something means having the independence to make choices about it (decision rights 4B1E). Ownership drives purpose 0K2B in that others are invested in what is being owned—they need someone stewarding the thing to support their purposes, otherwise the business wouldn’t have the thing to own. Ownership fosters master 0K2A in a similar way, where one can continue going deeper and learning to continue improving it. Ownership may be fostered through action orientation rather than problem orientation 0G0C2C2.