IT 104 Test 2 Review

IT 104 Test 2 Review - ExtrinsicRewards(material,outside o...

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Extrinsic Rewards (material, outside) o Promotion o Gifts o Salary Increase o Recognition o Praise o Status Intrinsic Rewards (feeling, sense of achievement, inside) o Feeling of Job Well Done o Pride o Sense of Achievement Gantt Chart o A type of bar chart that illustrates project schedule. Hawthorn Effect o The tendency for people to behave differently when they know they are  being studied. Maslow Hierarchy of Needs Theory of motivation based on unmet human needs from basic physiological  needs to safety, social, and esteem needs to self-actualization needs. o Physiological Needs     : basic survival needs, such as the need for food,  water, and shelter. o Safety Needs     : the need to feel secure at work and at home. o Social Needs     : the need to feel loved, accepted, and part of the group. o Esteem Needs     : the need for recognition and acknowledgement from  others, as well as self-respect and a sense of status or importance. o Self-Actualization Needs     : the need to develop to one’s fullest potential. Causes of Leaving a Company o Limited Advancement o Lack of Recognition o Salary Theory X Management o The average person dislikes work and will avoid it if possible. o Because of this dislike, workers must be forced, controlled, directed, or  threatened with punishment make them put forth the effort to achieve the  organization’s goal.
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o The average worker prefers to be directed, wishes to avoid responsibility,  has relatively little ambition, and wants security. o Primary motivators are fear and money. Theory Y Management o Most people like work; it is as natural as play or rest. o Most people naturally work toward goals to which they are committed. o The depth of a person’s commitment to goals depends on the perceived  rewards for achieving them. o Under certain conditions, most people not only accept but also seek  responsibility. o People are capable of using a relatively high degree of imagination,  creativity, and cleverness to solve problems. o
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