Discussion Question - Promoting Instrumentality

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How might American management increase the  instrumentality  of technical workers?  Adapt this question to your field of study. Discuss which intrinsic rewards best influence  better outcomes, which rewards work best to motivate you? To increase instrumentality in any field of work, there must be a reward at the end of any assignment, along with the expected salary. Management would benefit from the quote by Dale Carnegie, “there is only one way under high heaven to get anybody to do anything, and that is by making the other person want to do it.” By doing this management can learn why their people want to do things, and how they can be motivated to do those things that will enhance organizational goals (Morse & Babcock, 1991). Incentives like cash and promotion work well to get people motivated. In addition, recognition works well with me. I have always had the problem of doing all the work, but not receiving the recognition, and my boss usually ending up with all the credit.
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