Mgmt3614OBWK3Motivation

Mgmt3614OBWK3Motivation - Individual and Organizational...

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Dr. Asha Rao, CSUEB Individual and Organizational Motivation
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Dr. Asha Rao, CSUEB In Your Teams… 1. Each Team Member shares her/his “top motivators”, and the team “maps” the Team’s Motivation Profile. 2. Using knowledge of your team’s top motivators and the motivation theories reviewed in the chapter, discuss how to keep your team members motivated throughout the quarter. You can also discuss team “demotivators”. 3. Develop specific recommendations for supporting motivation and discouraging demotivation. The Team Leader will report to the class.
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Dr. Asha Rao, CSUEB Explain and be able to apply the basic theories of motivation Explain how managers and organizations can foster and reward employee motivation Identify the characteristics of enriched, motivating jobs Describe five methods of job redesign Understand what de-motivates employees Objectives
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Dr. Asha Rao, CSUEB Motivation - Defined Motivation refers to the psychological forces that determine the direction of people’s behavior, their level of effort, and level of persistence
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Dr. Asha Rao, CSUEB Begun in 1964 by Luis Ruiz and his son, Fred, selling authentic Mexican food to retail outlets in central California. Now the largest manufacturer of frozen Mexican food in the United States. Example of individual motivation. How have they motivated their workforce to “continue the tradition”? The power of people… Company values : integrity, respect, quality, innovation, teamwork Employee support : competitive pay-for-skill compensation, bonus opportunities, health insurance, tuition reimbursement, clear performance
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Dr. Asha Rao, CSUEB Is Every Human Motivated? Yes! But maybe not to do what you want them to do Motivation is an internal state that directs individuals toward certain goals and objectives
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Sources Of Motivation Intrinsic Where work itself is the motivation “I love my job!” Extrinsic
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course MGMT 3614 taught by Professor Rao during the Spring '10 term at CSU East Bay.

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