BUS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Telecommuting, Theory X And Theory Y, Behavior Modification
In text: (ebert, griffin, starke, & dracopoulos, 2017) (paschen, 2018) In references: ebert, r. j. , griffin, r. w. , starke, f. a. , & dracopulous, g. (2017). January 29, retrieved from http://canvas. sfu. ca/courses/35021/files/7376469?module_item_id=886622: cite quotes from interview. Planning (setting goals) organizing (structuring) leading (guiding and motivating) where the people aspect comes in control (monitoring performance) Induvidual differences among employees: physical differences, differences in the physical appearance of the person, requirements to physical fitness, may make employees more or less capable of the job, psychological differences, personality, extrovert/introvert. Influences job satisfaction: different jobs require certain personalities, attitudes, how you feel in the job, emotional attributes, emotional intelligence. Idea that you need to be aware of and be able to control your emotions. Matching people and jobs: psychological contracts, person-job fit, matching skillset to what the job requires. Psychological contracts (what does one expect from the other?: not always written in a contract.