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case study 16

case study 16 - test themselves open up to their colleagues...

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1. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs: is suggesting that people must satisfy five groups of needs in order—physiological. Security, belongingness, esteem, and self-actualization. Financial rewards can seemed as the most important tool in the motivator’s toolbox. Money is the way of keeping score. Pay-for- performance motivation systems can motivate employees to focus excessively on doing what they need to do gain rewards. Drastic measures let employees
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Unformatted text preview: test themselves, open up to their colleagues, and learn to trust team members anchoring the rappelling line. 2. Expectancy theory is seemed to fit most closely with Jack Welch’s ideas about reward. Expectancy theory suggests that motivation depends on two things— how much we want something and how likely we think we are to get it. 3....
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