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Motivation
refers to the forces that energize, direct and sustain a persons effort
the company must motivate people to
1. join the organization
2. remain in organiztion
3. come to work regularly
4. perform
5. exibit good citizenship
Goal
setting theory states that people have concious that energize them and and direct there thoughts
Goals that motivate
Goals should be acceptable to employees
goals should be chalenging but obtainable
Goals should be specific and measurable
Stretch Goals
Demanding and thought to be impossible
1. Vertical- current activity
2. Horizontal- profesional developement
Reward for performance
dont punish for not meating stretch goals
Alderfer's ERG Theory
a human need theory. 3 basic settings of needs which can oporate at the same time
Expectancy
Employees perception of the liklyhood that there efforts will enable them to obtain their performance goals
expectancy Theory
people will behave based on their percieved liklyhood that there effort will lead to a certain outcome and how they value that outcome
Extinction
withrawing or failing to provide reinforcing conequences
Extrincic reward
rewards given to a person by their boss, the company or some other person
Goal Setting Theory
a motivation theory stating that people have concious goals that energize them and direct there thoughts
Growth needs strength
individuals want personal and phycological developement
Hygiene factors
characteristice of the workplace:
work coditions
company policy
pay
supervision
intrumentality
performance will be followed by a specific outcome
Motivation
refers to the forces that energize, direct and sustain a persons effort
the company must motivate people to
1. join the organization
2. remain in organiztion
3. come to work regularly
4. perform
5. exibit good citizenship
Goal
setting theory states that people have concious that energize them and and direct there thoughts
Goals that motivate
Goals should be acceptable to employees
goals should be chalenging but obtainable
Goals should be specific and measurable
Stretch Goals
Demanding and thought to be impossible
1. Vertical- current activity
2. Horizontal- profesional developement
positive reinforcement
applying valued consiquences that will increase the liklyhood that a person will repeate the behavior that led to it
Negative reinforcement
removing or witholding undisireable coniquence
Punishment
administering adversive consiquence
Extinction
witholding or failing to provide reinforcing coniquence
Motivation
forces that energize a pesons effort
motivator
factors that make a job more motivating : additonal job opportnutiies: personal growth:recognition
Organizaional behavior modification
the application of reinforncement theory in organiztion theory
outcome
a consiquence a person recieves for his or her performance
Procedural justice
using fair process in decision making
phycological contract
a set of perception of what employees owe their employers and what their employers owe them
quality of work life
programs desinged to create a workplace for the employees well being
reinforcers
positive consiquences that motivate behavior
stretch goals
targets that are demanding sometimes even thought to be imposible
two factor theory
Herzberg's theory describing two factors effecting peoples work motivation and satisfaction
Valence
the value an outcome holds for the person cotemplating it