January 21, 2020Organizational Behavior3-1 Discussion: Drive Success with MotivationHello Class, Motivation is the willingness to exert a high level of effort to reach any goals or to satisfy any individual need (Arvinen-Muondo & Perkins, 2013). The article “Organizational Collective Motivation: A New Framework for Motivating Employees in Organizations” considers both the individual and collective aspects of motivation. “Data analysis show people are collectively motivated to contribute to the organization based on five aspects: individual, collective, organizational, job, and leadership” (Hitchcock & Stavros, 2017). I agree with using an organizational collective motivation (OCM) approach when developing motivational tactics for organizational success. However, I think when it comes to the individual approach there needs to be room for adjustment depending on what motivates said individual. Ideally, organizational leaders may have already motivated and personally connected with the collective in some way shape or form. The collective motivation is an important and beneficial tool to any organization.