Midterm2_management

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Long Essay 1. Mention 2-3 Main Empirical Findings Transition to Expectancy Theory (3 Practical Implications) Find out what is important to Employees (Job Design, Characteristics) Intrinsic Rewards Performance = (Motivation * Ability * Opportunity) Motivation = Expectancy * Instrumentality * Valence) – High motivation will come only in the case of high levels of all three beliefs. 2. Example of Expectancy Theory – San Jose State Classes / Instructors / Distribution of Grades Expectancy – Clarifying assignments and expectations. Ensuring people have confidence that their effort can lead to good performance. Instrumentality – The belief that a given level of performance will lead to specific outcomes. High Grade. Critical importance of linking rewards (a) directly to desired performance. Valence – Value a person places on future outcomes. People will have different motivating factors, be it grades, learning the material, or making friends. The thing is to understand what will motivate the individual. 3 Examples to Boost Motivation Make rewards proportional to effort Make the link between performance and outcome extremely clear. Be Supportive and Available. Follow through quickly.
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