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– Motivation. Chapter 10. Learning Objectives. LO 1. Identify the kinds of behaviors . managers need to motivate people. LO 2. List principles for setting . goals that motivate employees. LO 3. Summarize how to reward good performance effectively. ID: 596047 Download Presentation

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Module 11 – Motivation

Chapter 10

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Learning Objectives

LO 1 Identify the kinds of behaviors managers need to motivate peopleLO 2 List principles for setting goals that motivate employeesLO 3 Summarize how to reward good performance effectivelyLO 4 Describe the key beliefs that affect peoples’ motivation

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Learning Objectives (cont.)

LO 5 Discuss ways in which people’s individual needs affect their behaviorLO 6 Define ways to create jobs that motivateLO 7 Summarize how people assess fairness and how to achieve itLO 8 Identify causes and consequences of a satisfied workforceOffice Space TPS Reports

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Motivation

Definition

Caveats

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People Skills

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Office Space Interview

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Motivation Process

Behavior

Goals

Needs

Satisfied?

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Theory X

Inherent dislike of work

Job less important than $$$$

Self-centered

Follow, don’t lead

No self-direction, self-control

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Traditional View

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But sometimes…..

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2 schools of thought

Content theories

It’s (almost) all within

Process theories

It’s (almost) all the environment

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Content theories

Overview

External environment plays a role

Primary needs

Secondary needs

Maslow

Alderger

McClelland

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Maslow’s Need Hierarchy

“Ego” also known as “esteem”

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Alderfer’s ERG Theory

DefinitionExistence needs Relatedness needs Growth needs

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McClelland’s Needs

Need for achievement strong orientation toward accomplishment and an obsession with success and goal attainmentNeed for affiliation reflects a strong desire to be liked by other peopleNeed for power a desire to influence or control other people

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Process theories

Herzberg

See text

Expectancy Theory

Equity Theory

“There is nothing so practical as a good theory”

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Expectancy Theory

Major components

Choice

Expectancy

Instrumentality

Valence (preferences)

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Porter and Lawler

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Porter and Lawler

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Porter-Lawler Expectancy Theory

Extrinsic

Motivation

Effort

Intrinsic

Ability

Resources

Satisfaction?

Performance

EXPECTANCY

INSTRUMENTALITY

VALENCE

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Satisfaction is relative……..

Equity theory

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Satisfaction is relative……..

Best paid

player

in NFL

Offered $7-$10m, $20m guaranteed

Demanded $13m, $35m guaranteed

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Assumption #1

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Assumption #2

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Assumption #3

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Assumption #4

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Managerial Implications of Expectancy Theory

Increase expectanciesIdentify positively valent outcomesMake performance instrumental toward positive outcomes

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Key Extensions

Intrinsic

long lasting

more

effective

Extrinsic:

High valence

Based on identifiable, recognizable criteria

Performance is measurable

Understandable

Sufficient variation in magnitude

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Summary

Can’t motivate anyone

Create environment allowing self-motivation

Offer freedom, discretion, autonomy

Motivation can overcome skill deficits

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You and the environment (non-green)

Goal-setting theory

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And then you……

Reinforcement theorySee textSchedule of reinforcement

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And then you……

Job enrichment

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And now…………

The way it used to be........

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Job Rotation, Enlargement, and Enrichment

Job enrichmentFundamental changeJob rotationChanging from one routine task to another to alleviate boredomJob enlargementGiving people additional tasks at the same time to alleviate boredom.

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