MGT+4375+Chapter+6+Review+Notes

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CHAPTER 6 MOTIVATION AND REWARD PROGRAMS MCGREGOR’S THEORY X AND THEORY Y -Theory X:  employees are inherently lazy/unwilling to work; need tough boss -Theory Y:  employees have self-control and want autonomy INNATE HUMAN DRIVES (relatively new Harvard research) -Drive to acquire; relative status and recognition -Drive to bond – relationships -Drive to learn – satisfy curiosity; know/understand ourselves and environment -Drive to defend – reactive fight-or-flight; others are proactive -Emotional center creates immediate response; rational center evaluates and  assesses what to do based on  memories and competencies of prior experience -Does this remind you of Freudian id, ego and superego ROTTER’S SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY (1954) -Behavior potential – which behavior has the highest potential? -Expectancy – subjective probability that given behavior will lead to particular                outcome
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