MHR 701--Motivation

MHR 701--Motivation - Motivation MHR 701 Dr. Larry Inks...

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Motivation MHR 701 Dr. Larry Inks Department of Management and Human Resources Fisher College of Business The Ohio State University
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2 Motivation and Performance Need-Based Theories of Motivation Job Design Theories of Motivation Equity Theory and Expectancy Theory Job Satisfaction A Model of Employee Engagement Summary Thoughts Overview
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3 Motivation “Physiological processes that arouse and direct goal- directed behavior.” - Aspects related to the job, internal characteristics of the person, etc. (today’s discussion) - Aspects related to rewards, recognition, perceived equity, types of goals set, etc. (next discussion) Motivation Defined
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4 Two fundamentally different kinds of motivation Intrinsic motivation Extrinsic motivation Fundamental “equation” regarding performance : P=A x M x O P=Performance A=Ability M=Motivation O=Opportunity Motivation and Performance Performance model is multiplicative; need all 3 for success
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5 Needs Physiological or psychological deficiencies that drive behavior. - Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory - Alderfer’s ERG Theory - McClelland’s Need Theory Need-Based Theories of Motivation
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6 Physiological Needs Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory Social Needs Self-Actualization Needs Esteem Needs Safety Needs Growth Needs Deficiency Needs
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7 Alderfer’s ERG Theory Existence Needs Growth Needs Relatedness Needs Unlike Maslow’s Need Hierarchy, this is not a strict hierarchy theory
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8 Motivation is a function of three different needs that vary from individual to individual: Need for Achievement (n-Ach) The desire to accomplish something difficult. Need for Affiliation (n-Affil) The desire to spend time in social relationships and activities. Need for Power (n-Pow) The desire to influence, coach, teach, or encourage others to achieve. McClelland’s Need Theory Success in a role largely a fit between the job and person’s needs
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Focuses on improving satisfaction, motivation and performance while reducing absenteeism, turnover, etc. Job Enlargement
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MHR 701--Motivation - Motivation MHR 701 Dr. Larry Inks...

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