9.Motivation%20Part1F09

9.Motivation%20Part1F09 - What is Motivation How Important...

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What is Motivation How Important is Motivation? Four Perspectives Content or Need Based Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs McClelland’s Acquired Needs Theory Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory Process Equity Theory Next time… We will finish the Process Theories and discuss the Job Design and Reinforcement Theories
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How many times have you wondered to yourself…Why can’t I get myself moving? Or…Why is my coworker/colleague working so slow? Both of these questions are asking about motivation.
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Motivation : the psychological processes that arouse and direct goal-directed behavior (direction, intensity, and persistence) Direction : What are you going to do? The assignment your boss gave you or email your friends? (Task? OCBs? Withdrawal?) Intensity: How hard are you going to work? As hard as you can, or half speed? Persistence : For how long? For eight hours, or eight minutes?
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What is motivation to you , to your generation, in your own words? How do you “show” that you are motivated? How important is motivation? Why?
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Performance is a function of motivation and ability. Four Perspectives on Motivation: Content or Need-Based : Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs; McClellend’s Acquired Needs Theory; Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory Process : Equity Theory; Expectancy Theory; Goal Setting Theory Job Design : Job Characteristics Model Reinforcement : Four Types of Reinforcement
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Content or Need-Based Perspectives: Emphasize the needs that motivate people: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs McClelland’s Acquired Needs Theory Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory What needs motivate you?
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MBA Top 5 Spring Mod 4 2009 MBA Top 5 Spring 2005 (Respect not asked; only 14 items) 1. Advancement Opportunities 1. Advancement Opportunities 1. Challenging Job Opportunities (#13 for your class; #6.5 for Spring 2009-Mod 4 MBA class) 2. Respect 2. Job Security (#9.5 for 2005 MBAs) 2. Advancement Opportunities 3. Job Security 3. People Relationships 3. People Relationships 4.5 Health Benefits 4. Respect 4. Base Pay Above Market (#10; #15) 4.5 People Relationships 5. Reputation-Moved into this spot (before between #8 and #12) 5. Location (#15; #14)
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course MAN 3025 taught by Professor Lepine during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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9.Motivation%20Part1F09 - What is Motivation How Important...

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