MGMT 312 - Assn 4-1 - f Factor Contributing to Low...

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MGMT 312 - Assn 4-1 Assignment 4-1 School, I know all too well. Times I am motivated to do school work and times I am not. Highly Motivated: Times of motivation is when I am learning about math and science. I am motivated to figure out how things work, puzzles, and solving problems. a. Factor Contributing to the High Motivation - Motivational Theory or Model b. Factor Contributing to the High Motivation - Motivational Theory or Model c. Factor Contributing to the High Motivation - Motivational Theory or Model Low Motivation: Description of a situation in which you have had low motivation d. Factor Contributing to Low Motivation - Motivational Theory or Model e. Factor Contributing to Low Motivation - Motivational Theory or Model
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Unformatted text preview: f. Factor Contributing to Low Motivation - Motivational Theory or Model 2. Post your findings on the class Bulletin Board topic area "Motivation" along with the answer to the following question: Are managers responsible for motivating employees? Why or why not? MGMT 312 - Assn 4-1 3. Read the postings by your classmates. Is there a wide variety of motivating factors and demotivating factors? Are there some factors listed both as a motivator and a demotivator? How can you use this information in your work environment? 4. Post to the Bulletin Board a past experience that you could have handled better if you had known that a factor could be demotivating to some individuals. Explain....
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