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Unformatted text preview: The article does not describe such provisions only that workers were able to choose their own wages. Expectancy Theory however paints a better picture of what Friedman was trying to accomplish. The text explains that if the reward is valuable to the person, they are likely to be motivated by such a reward. I cannot name one person that would not want to choose their own schedule or wages. Therefore, it seems as though Friedman may have unlocked the secret of Valence. If all of his employees liked the reward it is likely that they would all work harder to obtain their goals with the mindset that that is how they will get to the rewards they were promised....
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- Fall '09