workforce motivation (content theories (acquired needs model (McClellan)…
identify the factors that influence behavior
identify the need that the employees want to satisfy
arise in order of importance
broke maslow down in to 3
more than one need can be motivated at the same time.
hertzberg two factor motivation theory
acquired needs model (McClellan)
different needs for different people.
need to achieve
pref non routine
need for affiliation
pref work in teams
need for power
pref work were they can direct
evaluation of satisfaction after goals have been achieved
the process of goal setting
rewards vs inputs
they will compare to others
the expectancy theory of motivation
people will act in according to what they will expect their work effort will lead to.
expectancy (effort performance relationship)
instrumentality (performance reward relationship)
valence (rewards personal goals relationship)
designing jobs that motivate
5 core dimensions
3 critical psychological states
meaningfulness of the work
responsibility for the outcomes of the work
knowledge of the actual results of the work.
the motivation posses
the willingness of an employee to achieve organisational goals.
money as a motivator