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Stereotyping: Judging someone on the basis of one’s group. Stereotypes may provide information and simplify the world, but the information provided by such stereotypes Perception Perceiver Situation Target
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BUS103 STUDY UNIT 2 SU2 15 may be inaccurate. Comments such as “women are not good engineers” are stereotypes. Do you use stereotypes? Do you think stereotypes are accurate? Are there instances when stereotypes are wrong? How would the person being stereotyped feel if he or she knows of the stereotype? You should now read Robbins and Judge (2015), Chapter 6, pp. 184-189 to learn more about perception. You should now watch Study Unit 2, Sections 6, 7, 8, & 10. 6. Importance of Understanding Values in OB 7. Individual Values & Holland’s Personality - Job Fit Theory 8. Hoftstede’s Value Dimensions Of National Cultu res 10. Factors Influencing Perception (Access video via BlackBoard)
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STUDY UNIT 3 MOTIVATION
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BUS103 STUDY UNIT 3 SU3 1 Learning Outcomes This study unit consists of 3 chapters. Chapter 1 covers motivation theories, Chapter 2 examines the impact of job redesign, and Chapter 3 looks at employee involvement and rewards. By the end of Study Unit 3, you should be able to: 1. Describe the three key elements of motivation. 2. Summarise Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory and McClelland’s Theory of Needs. 3. Explain Goal-Setting Theory, Equity Theory and Expectancy Theory. 4. Show how Job Characteristics Model (JCM) motivates employees by changing the work environment. 5. Illustrate the main ways jobs can be redesigned. 6. Discuss how alternative work arrangements might motivate employees. 7. Describe two forms of employee involvement programmes. 8. List types of reward systems and state how they can increase employee motivation.
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