ManagementGestion internacional 7 Motivation includes the following

Managementgestion internacional 7 motivation includes

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Management/Gestion internacional, 7. Motivation includes the following characteristics limited span of judgment, schemas, cognitive dissonance, attribution theory, reciprocity and social comparison theory. (True or False) B. False, they fall under Cognition Reference: Clydesdale, G. (2013). Technical specifications of the human resource: A simple model of human nature. Human Nature: A Guide to managing workplace relations (pp. 21). Farnham, Surrey: Gower 8. Social comparison theory in which we compare our own situation with, others, and if there is a discrepancy, we feel less happy. (True or False) A. True Reference: Clydesdale, G. (2013). Technical specifications of the human resource: A simple model of human nature. Human Nature: A Guide to managing workplace relations (pp. 27). Farnham, Surrey: Gower 9. People do not have a desire to know who they are, their capabilities, potentialities and place in the world. (True or False) B. False, People have a desire to know who they are, their capabilities, potentialities and place in the world. Reference: Clydesdale, G. (2013). Technical specifications of the human resource: A simple model of human nature. Human Nature: A Guide to managing workplace relations (pp. 31). Farnham, Surrey: Gower 10. Need theories of motivation use personal characteristics or attributes to explain motivation. (True or False) A. True
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Reference: Champoux, Joseph E. (2011). Motivation: Need theories. Organizational behavior: Integrating individuals, groups, and organizations (pp. 153). New York: Routledge. 11. Physiological needs are the basic requirement of the human body: food, water, and sleep (True or False) A. True Reference: Champoux, Joseph E. (2011). Motivation: Need theories. Organizational behavior: Integrating individuals, groups, and organizations (pp. 156). New York: Routledge. E.R.G. theory describes three groups of basic needs: existence, esteem, and growth (true or False) B. False, E.R.G. theory describes three groups of basic needs: existence, relatedness, and growth Reference: Champoux, Joseph E. (2011). Motivation: Need theories. Organizational behavior: Integrating individuals, groups, and organizations (pp. 158). New York: Routledge.
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