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Unformatted text preview: 6-1Michael A. HittC. Chet MillerAdrienne ColellaChapter 6Work Work MotivationMotivationSlides by Ralph R. Braithwaite6-2W.L. Gore & Associates W.L. Gore & Associates Four Guiding PrinciplesFour Guiding PrinciplesWilbert GoreThe ability to make ones own commitments and keep themFreedom to encourage, help, and allow other associates to grow in knowledge, skill and scope of responsibilityConsultation with others before undertaking actions that could impact the reputation of the companyFairness to each other and everyone with whom contact is madeExploring Behavior in Action6-3What is Motivation?What is Motivation?Forces coming from within a person that account for the willful direction, intensity, and persistence of the persons efforts toward achieving specific goals, where achievement is not due solely to ability or to environmental factors6-4EquationEquationPersons level of performance is a function (f) of both ability and motivation:Performance = f (Ability x Motivation)Environmental factors also play a role6-5Theories of MotivationTheories of MotivationContent TheoriesMaslows need hierarchyAlderfers ERG theoryMcClellands need theoryHerzbergs two-factor theoryProcess TheoriesExpectancy theoryEquity theoryGoal-setting theory6-6Need HierarchyNeed HierarchyAbraham MaslowAbraham Maslow6-7Maslows Need HierarchyMaslows Need HierarchyEsteem NeedsEsteem NeedsPhysiological NeedsPhysiological NeedsSafety NeedsSafety NeedsSocial and Social and Belongingness NeedsBelongingness NeedsSelf-Self-ActualizationActualizationMustworkyourwayupMustworkyourwayup6-8ERG TheoryERG TheoryClayton Alderfer6-9ERG TheoryERG TheoryExistenceExistenceNeedsNeedsRelatednessRelatednessNeedsNeedsGrowthGrowthNeedsNeedsSatisfaction and ProgressionFrustration and Regression6-10Comparison of Two TheoriesComparison of Two TheoriesMaslows Need HierarchyPhysiological NeedsSafety NeedsSocial and Belongingness NeedsEsteem NeedsSelf- ActualizationExistence NeedsRelatedness NeedsGrowth NeedsAlderfers ERG TheoryAdapted from Exhibit 6-1: Maslows Need Hierarchy and Alderfers ERG Theory Compared6-11Theory of NeedsTheory of NeedsDavid C. McClelland6-12McClellands Theory of NeedsMcClellands Theory of NeedsPowerAchievementAffiliation6-13ConclusionConclusionPeople with a high need for institutional power...
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