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1 ACCT3012: Management Accounting B Motivational Aspects of Management Accounting Systems
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2 References Management, Robbins, Bergman, Stagg & Coulter Motivation theories, Wood, Wallace, Zeffane, Schermerhron, Hunt, Osborn Applications of Motivation Theory, Beck An Expectancy Theory Approach to the Motivational Impacts of Budgets, Ronen & Livingstone
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3 Learning Objectives After having attended the lecture, completed the required readings and completed the homework, you should have an understanding of Motivational impacts Content theories Process theories
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4 1. Introduction Theories of motivation are theories of effort choice Motivation is a label for the determinants of: initiation and direction level persistence of effort choice
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5 2. Variables Affecting the Motivational Process 1. Person/Personality Factors Personality Person 1. Environmental Factors Job Characteristics Measurement and reward system
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6 3. Why Study Motivation?
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