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Unformatted text preview: Equity Theory. X, Y and Z X, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Maslow’s Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory Herzberg’s Comparing Maslow and Herzberg Comparing Job Oriented Motivational Techniques Job Job Enrichment/Redesign
• • • • Skill Variety Task Identity/Significance Autonomy Feedback Job Simplification Job Enlargement Job Rotation Job Enrichment Job
Job variety The extent to which a job demands different skills; The degree to which a job requires doing a task with a visible outcome The from beginning to end; from The degree to which the job has a substantial impact on the lives or work The of others in the company; of The degree of freedom, independence, and discretion in scheduling The work and determining procedures; work The amount of direct and clear information that is received about job The performance. performance. Task identity Task significance Autonomy Feedback Expectancy Theory – Victor Vroom Expectancy
Expectancy The belief that effort will lead to good performance The belief that good performance will be rewarded The rewards offered are ones the individual in The question really wants question Instrumentality Valence Effort = E x I x V If either expectancy, instrumentality, or valence are If low, effort will be low low, Expectancy Theory Expectancy
1) Determine Rewards Valued 1) Determine Standards 1) Ensure Standards Attainable 1) Tie Rewards To Performance 1) Are Rewards Considered Adequate?...
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