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Hackman, J. Richard, et al. “A New Strategy for Job Enrichment.” California Management Review XVII.4 (1975): 57-71. The authors, collaborating diverse skill sets from psychology and business, explain the three conditions that get employees attached to their jobs: experienced meaningfulness, experienced responsibility, and knowledge of results. These conditions allow an employee to “perceive his work worthwhile”, to take responsibility for the outcome of his
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Unformatted text preview: work, and to measure if his work is satisfactory. When these conditions are present, a person tends to feel good about himself, when he performs well. When a person is turned-on to their work, they are motivated and continue to perform well. This sourcewill be a critical resource to help formulate a strong business model on employee motivation as we understand the psychology behind what motivated people in their work....
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