Motivational theories

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  • Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivation

    According to James. R Linder (1998),what makes a person with the impulsive need to act is called a motive. One of the main factor which drives an individual move towards their personal or organization goal is motivation. Motivation comes in many different forms depending on different people and as such, different people’s method of motivation or their motivational ideas may differ from another. The society feels that remuneration is the only motivator to keep employees and workers motivated. Indeed in modern days, workers and staff often dread going to work due to the same routine that they will face in their everyday life. The days will then turn into weeks, and the weeks then turns into years. Remuneration are referred to as financial gains…

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  • Book That Supports Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory

    1. A) A specific lesson from the book that supports theory X & Y is the one-minute manager stating that managers must be both result-oriented (theory x) and people-oriented (theory y). He states that people and results go hand in hand in order to make the organization successful. B) An example of this would be when the one-minute manager points out the restaurant that provides service (quantity) gets more customers than the other one because it also provides quality products and services. He…

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  • Gregor's Motivational Theory

    TASK 2A Theory Application Result/Reward Mc Gregor’s Theory X | Theory Y There are two types of employees in WLC; these are the X and Y employees. The school uses this theory to motivate the employees (especially X employees) to work hard and to their jobs orderly. The X employees are receiving money and other rewards to work harder and take their responsibilities seriously, while the Y employees are enjoying their works and have creativities or job knowledge. Taylor’s Motivational Theory…

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  • Motivational Theories In The Workplace

    Motivational Theories Motivational theories have been around for years. Many of these theorists had different view on motivational theories. It is very important for organization to be able to motivate the employees. This paper will briefly give some insight as to whether these theories can be use by leaders and managers ethically. It will also discussion the Christian views and if these theories can be used with a good conscience or are is it a way of manipulating people? Maslow’s…

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  • Motivational Improvement Theory

    Motivational Improvement Program Organizational efficiency and effectiveness is a necessity as organizations seek to secure their competitive advantage in a global marketplace. As a result, organizations seek ways to improve their products, services, and reduce cost. The biggest asset and investment for any organization is human capital, employees. Organizations realize the quality of their products and services depends on their employees ' productivity and performance; therefore,…

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  • Motivational Theories Of Motivation

    PA 531, 2012). Therefore, motivation is what causes employees to decide to work hard and sustain these efforts in the pursuit of organizational goals and objectives. Denhardt et al. (2013) determined three common themes of motivation that are beneficial to managers. The first theme states that “motivated behavior is goal-directed behavior” (Denhardt, Denhardt, & Aristigueta, 2013, p.164). This means that when one is driven to accomplish an objective, they have voluntarily decided to pursue it.…

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  • Motivational Theory Of Motivation

    Motivated individuals stay with a task long enough to achieve their goal. Motivation is the force within a person that makes him/her act in a certain way to achieve some goal. Motivation is an intricate inside process with three components: what drives the individual to behave in certain ways, what steers the behaviour, and what maintains the behaviour. To satisfy the employees’ need is very difficult because each employee has different characteristics that affect behaviour. The factors that…

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  • Motivational Theory Essay

    It can be difficult to apply the motivational theory for some companies. There were multiple theories that businesses applied to cope with their workers to improve their motivation at work. One theory that managers have used was the expectancy theory. Expectancy theory is broken up into three stages expectancy, instrumentality, and valance (Expectancy Theory of Motivation). When using the expectancy stage, the perception of the workers by showing efforts will enable them to attain their…

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  • Herzberg And The Theory Of Employee's Motivational Theories

    Employee’s Motivational Theories Name Institution Employee’s Motivational Theories a) Herzberg motivational theorist Herzberg argued that organizations should motivate employees by using democratic techniques in the management and by enhancing the nature and content of the real job by using of suggested methods. The methods proposed by Herzberg include; i. Job enlargement –Workers will perform better if they are allocated wider tasks because this renders the work more interesting. ii.…

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  • Mcclelland's Achievement Motivational Theory

    describing the phenomena or making inferences about the relationships between variables. Statistical anxiety: this refers to the irrational fear of some students when exposed to academic statistics courses. 6.2 Theoretical framework of motivation The theoretical framework for motivation that will be used in this literature review is the McClelland’s achievement motivational theory. Dating back to the 1960, the theory looks at how the needs relating to high achievement become motivators to…

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