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Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 1 CONTENT ...................................................................................................................................... 2 I. Literature review ............................................................................................................................... 2 1. The definition of motivation ........................................................................................................... 2 2. The Hierarchy of five needs ........................................................................................................... 3 3. The expectancy theory .................................................................................................................... 4 II. Analysis ............................................................................................................................................. 6 1. Basing on Maslow theory ............................................................................................................... 6 2. Basing on Expectancy theory ......................................................................................................... 7 III. Recommendation ............................................................................................................................ 8 CONCLUSION ............................................................................................................................ 11 REFERENCE ............................................................................................................................... 13
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INTRODUCTION Motivation is one of the best driving factors in organizations and the staff motivation played a central role in organizational achievements. It creates a positive environment to the employees at the work place, makes them feel comfortable in their job and encourages them to do the job as best as they can. If people lose their motivation, it has impact on the performance of the job as well as the profit of the organization. Due to this reason, the organizations conduct different motivational programs to motivate the people individually, give direction, take the responsibility and control all the employees. Our group, therefore, chooses motivation as a topic for presentation. To clarify the importance of motivation, we choose clip “ The wolf of Wall street” showing the way the manager motivates his employees. Through the clip, you will see how he speaks to employees which is right and wrong in motivation and what lessons we learn from it. Two theories we use in clip are Maslow theory and Expectation theory. Except for the introduction and conclusion, the report tends to cover three main parts. Initially, we start with the literature review about motivation and theories, then analyze the clip as well as advantageous point of how managers motivates his employees. Finally, the report ends up with recommendation for the manager to do better . This report together with the presentation would help you understand the influence of motivation on employees in one company, why the manager needs this factor, the theories through our analysis in an example clip and how to apply them in real company. Special thanks to Mr. Hoang Anh Duy, our lecturer in the Principles of Management course, we have a chance to work as a team and try our best to complete this topic. However, due to the lack of inexperienced, we may have a deficiency and unavoidable 1
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CONTENT I. Literature review 1. The definition of motivation According to Robbins and Coulter (2002, p.430), motivation is the process by which “person’s efforts are energized, directed and sustained toward attaining a goal”. There are 3 key factors in the definition: The energy factor contains intensity, ambition and vigor. Surely a motivated person will do his best to work hard; nevertheless, the quality of his effort should go along with its intensity. Higher extent of effort does not always result in a more satisfied and favorable job performance, but it depends on whether this effort is guided in a direction that boosts the organization’s benefits. Managers direct their employees’ effort to the organizational goals and expect them to stay
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