4LECTU~1 - CHAPTER 5 THEORIES OF WORK MOTIVATION OVERVIEW

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CHAPTER 5 THEORIES OF WORK MOTIVATION
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OVERVIEW Motivation-Definitions and key concepts Needs theories d N d T h Learned Needs Theory Process Theories Expectancy Theory Goal Setting Theory Equity Theory (discussed earlier)
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WHAT IS MOTIVATION? A set of forces that initiates work-related behavior, and determines its form, direction , intensity , and duration .
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Key Concepts Ability ituational Behaviour Performance Situational Constraints otivation Motivation
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EXTRINSIC AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION Intrinsic Motivation Extrinsic Motivation
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LEARNED NEEDS THEORY Once learned, needs become personal predispositions Needs are: Achievement Affiliation ower Power
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RACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF NEED PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF NEED THEORIES Appreciate individual differences Appreciate intrinsic motivation
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PROCESS THEORIES OF WORK MOTIVATION
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XPECTANCY THEORY EXPECTANCY THEORY 5 COMPONENTS Outcomes strumentality Instrumentality Valence Expectancy Force
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2011 for the course COMM 222 taught by Professor H.campbell during the Spring '08 term at Concordia Canada.

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4LECTU~1 - CHAPTER 5 THEORIES OF WORK MOTIVATION OVERVIEW

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