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Running head: DISCUSSION BOARD FORUMDiscussion Board Forum 3Jessica RabonPADM 501Liberty University 09/11/2020
DISCUSSION BOARD FORUM2Discussion The evolution of a human relations school of thought transformed organizational management from a perspective of rationalizing workers thoughts geared towards economic reward to seek what motivated employees beyond traditional rewards. There are several noneconomic factors that can influence workers and impact the level of their performance. (Milakovich and Gordon, 2013, Page 152). Organizational theory traditionally focused on the management style and hierarchy of organizations as the measurement of successful planning and action within an organization. Contributions from several theorist have added to a broader discussion of success and the role that lower level employees pay in that success. The study of this facet of management had led to further understanding of human relations as it relates to motivation and satisfaction in job duty for an organization’s workers. Elton mayo and his associates from the Harvard Business School were among the

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