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People come to work to achieve varying degrees of the

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Unformatted text preview: of the following rewards: Financial Power and status Personal development and career enhancement Self-actualization Social Friendships, camaraderie Motivation and the Critical Role of Reward Systems The Expectancy Model (Porter and Lawler, 1968) (Porter The Motivation is determined by: 1. How much a person perceives a direct relationship How between the effort he/she puts forth and successful performance on the firm’s employee appraisal or evaluation system evaluation 2. How much that person perceives a direct How relationship between a good performance appraisal and rewards and 3. Whether the company is offering the correct Whether rewards. E E and the Critical Role of Reward Systems Motivation Porter and Lawler’s Expectancy Model Expectation That: Importance Rating: INDIVIDUAL MOTIVATION TO BE ENTREPRENEURIAL ON THE JOB is a function of EFFORT SPENT ON ENTREPRENEURI AL ACTIVITIES will lead to SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION will lead to REWARD Perceived Equity 15 reasons employees might not be motivate to act 15 not entrepreneurial on the job: entrepreneurial 1. Employees do not understand what management means Employees...
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  • Spring '10
  • A.Lish
  • Human Resource Management, Human Entrepreneurial Organization, Entrepreneurial Work Environment, Planning HR Information Systems Employee Recruitment Performance Appraisal Performance Training and Development Discipline Compensation, entrepreneurial performance

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