Ch12 fall2010

Ch12 fall2010 - TEST EXTRA CREDIT, 6 points: QUESTION: 1....

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04/15/11 1 TEST EXTRA CREDIT, 6 points: QUESTION: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
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Chapter 12: Chapter 12: Motivation Motivation 0
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04/15/11 3 Motivation 0
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04/15/11 4 Motivation is a Challenge 0 Motivated and enthusiastic employees drive success The challenge is to keep employee motivation consistent with organizational goals
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04/15/11 5 A Simple Model of Motivation 0 Exhibit 12.1
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04/15/11 6 Two Types of Rewards Intrinsic rewards - Extrinsic rewards - 0
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04/15/11 7 Foundations of Motivation Traditional Human Relations Human Resources Contemporary Systematic analysis of an employee’s job Economic rewards for high performance Noneconomic rewards Workers studied as social people The whole person Employees are complex and motivated by many factors Content theories Process theories Reinforcement theories 0
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04/15/11 8 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Exhibit 12.2 0
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04/15/11 9 ERG Theory E xistence Needs the needs for physical well-being R elatedness Needs the need for satisfactory relationships with others G rowth Needs human potential, personal growth, and increased competence 0
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04/15/11 10 Two Factor Motivation Theory 0 Exhibit 12.4
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04/15/11 11 Acquired Needs Theory Need for Achievement Need for Affiliation Need for Power 0
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04/15/11 12 Process Theories of Motivation 0 Equity Theory Expectancy Theory Goal Setting Theory
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Ch12 fall2010 - TEST EXTRA CREDIT, 6 points: QUESTION: 1....

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