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WORK2218 People and Organisations Lecture Week 5 Applied Motivational Practices cont., Decisions and Creativity Daniel Nyberg
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2 Overview Applied motivational practices cont. Job design Work arrangements Decision making Creativity Handing in the assignment
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3 Improving reward effectiveness Link rewards to performance Ensure rewards are relevant Use team rewards for interdependent jobs Ensure rewards are valued Beware of unintended consequences © Corel Corp
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4 Job design Assigning tasks to a job, including the interdependency of those tasks with other jobs Technology influences, but does not determine, job design Employability affects job design
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Evaluating Job Specialisation Less time changing activities Lower training costs Job mastered quickly Better person-job matching Job boredom Lower quality Lower motivation 5 Advantages Advantages Disadvantages Disadvantages
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6 Job characteristics model Work Work motivation motivation Growth Growth satisfaction satisfaction General General satisfaction satisfaction Work Work effectiveness effectiveness Feedback Feedback from job from job Knowledge Knowledge of results of results Skill variety Skill variety Task identity Task identity Task significance Task significance Meaningfulness Meaningfulness Autonomy Autonomy Responsibility Responsibility Individual Individual differences differences Critical Critical psychological psychological states states Core job Core job characteristics characteristics Outcomes Outcomes
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7 Job enlargement Job enlargement Job rotation Job rotation Job 1 Job 1 Operate camera Operate camera Job 2 Job 2 Operate sound Operate sound Job 3 Job 3 Report story Report story Job 1 Job 1 Operate camera Operate camera Operate sound Operate sound Report story Report story Job 2 Job 2 Operate camera Operate camera Operate sound Operate sound Report story Report story Job 3 Job 3 Operate camera Operate camera Operate sound Operate sound Report story Report story Job rotation vs job enlargement
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Job enrichment strategies Empowering employees giving employees more autonomy feeling of control and self-efficacy Forming natural work units – completing an entire task – assigning employees to specific clients
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