Ch 12 - BUS 315-003 Instructor Global Management...

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BUS 315-003: Global Management & Organizational Behavior Instructor: K. Skylar Powell Ch. 12:-Motivation Objectives: The objectives for our classes on March 4 th and 9 th are to review, discuss, and understand the various perspectives on motivation. Also, we may watch a movie on business plans on the 9th. Assignments: Each group should be working together on their business plans outside of class. Outline of Slides/Study Guide: Group warm-up question: What factors make you (personally) want to work harder, or do a good job when you are working? 1. Ch.12: Motivation a. Motivation: The psychological processes that arouse and direct goal-directed behavior. (Unfulfilled need-motivation-behavior-reward-feedback loop) i. Extrinsic reward: The payoff, such as money or “stuff,” a person receives from others for performing a particular task. ii. Intrinsic reward: The satisfaction, such as a feeling of accomplishment or pride, a person receives from performing a particular task itself. b. There are 4 major perspectives on motivation (content, process, job design, and reinforcement): i. Content Perspectives: Emphasis the needs that motivate people. ( Needs: The physiological or psychological deficiencies that arouse behavior.) 1. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: People are motivated by five levels of needs. Once one need is satisfied, we are motivated to satisfy the next need in the hierarchy. These needs (in order from
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