👍 Motivational Theories :smiley: (Taylor ( Employees are incentivized…
financial low level
non-financial higher level
Maslow believed the the reason people go to work
He created a
, which he believed people work up.
In this theory,
in the hierarchy begin to emerge when people feel they have sufficiently satisfied
the previous need
Taylor’s Scientific Management
attempts to find
the most efficient
way of performing any job.
Employees are incentivized to
, the business production is as efficient as possible, and profits are maximized.
a win-win situation
as the only motivator in the workplace.
It relates to
, which means workers should be paid based on how much they produce.
value the human needs of workers.:performing_arts:
His ideas became
system of payment was not always appropriate.
Things which motivate
(e.g. the chance of promotion, recognition, achievement)
Things that prevent dissatisfaction
(e.g. pay, conditions, security)
The theory focuses on improving employee satisfaction. That doesn’t necessarily translate into increased productivity.
The findings were based on a very small sample.
There is no objective way to measure employee satisfaction within the theory.
the most appropriate leadership style:
Autocratic Leadership Style
people are naturally lazy & do not wish to take responsibility
pure work motivation consists of financial incentives
employees' tasks and how these should be executed must be laid down in detail
Team Work Leadership
control, rewards and punishments are
the only ways to stimulate people
people are self-motivated and enjoy the challenge of work
workers can focus on the objectives they pursue through
McGregor based his ideas on
Mayo believed that both
affected job performance.
autonomy with groups
👷♀️👷The conclusion was that workers are motivated by the way they interact with each other.
working in teams, within which they can make decisions