Lecture4_Motivation2

Lecture4_Motivation2 - MGCR 222: Introduction to...

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MGCR 222: Introduction to Organizational Behavior Lecture 4: Motivation 2 Job Design Prof. Christine Bataille September 26, 2011
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Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz: Review Lecture 3 Learning Objectives Money as Motivator Job Design as Motivator Alternative Work Schedules Wrap-up
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Announcements Midterm exam scheduled for Friday, October 7 th from 3pm to 5pm (location TBA) 60 multiple choice questions 5 short-answer questions (you must answer 4 out of 5) Exam will cover Module 1 to Module 5, inclusive Textbook : Chapters 1, 3 (pp. 71-84), 5, 6, 10 and 12 (pp. 390-408) Textbook CD (MyOBLab) – I will post the code on WebCT Additional required readings : Tannen (1995), Kerr (1995), Hackman & Oldham (1975), Ibarra & Hunter( 2007), Uzzi & Dunlap(2005) Contacting me
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Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz: Review Lecture 3 Learning Objectives Money as Motivator Job Design as Motivator Alternative Work Schedules Wrap-up
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Mini-Quiz Module 2, Part 1 Motivation is the extent to which persistent ______is directed toward a ____. ________________is motivation that stems from the direct relationship between the worker and the task; it is usually self-applied. According to Aldefer, as _________ needs are satisfied, the desire to have __________ needs satisfied will increase. ________________ is a process theory that states that motivation is determined by the ________ that people expect to occur as a result of their actions on the job. effort goal Intrinsic motivation lower-level higher-level Expectancy theory outcomes
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Mini-Quiz Module 2, Part 2 6 Sal, Product Manager Pat, Engineering Team Leader Sal thinks to himself, “I wonder if we are still on track for the pilot test next week.” Sal types a text message to Pat: “R we good for pilot nxt wed?” Sal sends the text to Pat who is at an off-site meeting. Thinking Encoding Transmitting Perceivin g Decoding Understandi ng Pat reads the text message on his phone. Pat realizes that Sal needs an update on the project so that he can recruit testers. Pat ‘translates’ the text message: “Are we on track to move ahead with the pilot test that was scheduled for next Wednesday?
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Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz: Review Lecture 3 Learning Objectives Money as Motivator Job Design as Motivator Alternative Work Arrangements Wrap-up
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Learning Objectives 1. Discuss how to tie pay to performance on production jobs and the difficulties of wage incentive plans 2. Explain how to tie pay to performance on white-collar jobs and the difficulties of merit pay plans 3. Understand how to use pay to motivate teamwork 4. Describe the details of the Job Characteristics Model 5. Discuss the motivational properties of job
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Learning Objectives (cont .) 6. Discuss recent developments in job design and describe work design characteristics 7. Understand the connection between goal setting and Management by Objectives 8. Explain how alternative work schedules respect employee diversity 9. Describe the factors that organizations should consider when choosing motivational practices
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Agenda Announcements
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