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Unformatted text preview: results: I know how well I am doing and whether I’m succeeding. Core Job Dimensions
Core Skill variety: How many skills does the job allow me to display?
Task identity: Is the task a whole unit or just a small part of a larger task?
Task significance: Does this task benefit people or make a difference?
Autonomy: Do I direct my own actions?
Feedback: Does the job provide feedback? Job Redesign Methods
Job Combining tasks
Forming natural work units
Establishing client relationships
Opening feedback channels. Motivating Potential Score
MPS = Variety + identity + significance
3 x autonomy x feedback Think of your job, or a job you have performed in the past, and Answer the following questions. Then calculate your MPS score. Motivating Potential Score
Variety: How much variety is there in your job? That is, to what extent does the job require you to do many different things at work,
Using a variety of your skills and talents?
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Very little; the job...
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- Fall '14