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Lecture 5

COMMERCE 1BA3 Lecture 5: Chapter 5

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Department
Commerce
Course
COMMERCE 1BA3
Professor
Frances L Tuer
Semester
Fall

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016 Chapter 5 Work Motivation What is Motivation - persistent effort - is directed to a goal - most likely to put in persistent effort if its a personal goal Types of Motivation Extrinsic AND
 Intrinsic - self determination theory: - intrinsic: you dont need a reward. the work itself is satisfying - extrinsic: someone has something to offer you (control motivation) Motivation and Performance - performance — extent to which an organizational member contributes to achieving the objectives of the organization Two Types of Intelligence: Smart vs Savvy - General cognitive ability “G Factor” - predicts learning, training, career success, and job performance - Emotional intelligence 1 Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - Predicts performance (including GPA), especially in jobs requiring emotional labour, and for individuals with lower cognitive ability Six Theories of Motivation - 3 need theories - maslows hierarchy of needs - need for connection, need for growth - Alderfer’s ERG Theory - existence -> relatedness - - McClelland’s Theory or Needs How Managers Use Need Theories - employee attitude surverys - Monetary incentives - Job redesign - Organizational restructuring - - 3 Process Theories - Expectancy theory - equity theory - Goal-Setting theory 2 Tuesday, September 27, 2016 Expectancy Theory - 3 key perceptions of individual worker; - exp
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