Lecture no. 10

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Department
Management (MGT)
Course
MGTA01H3
Professor
Chris Bovaird
Semester
Fall

Description
Chapter 10: Motivation: -The internal process that energises directs and sustains our behaviour. -The personal force that causes us to behave in a particular way -The role of management is to get everybody (i.e. employees) to work towards A GOAL. By leading, organizing, controlling & planning. -Through motivation the organizational goals can be achieved efficiently. -Human resources – If neglected, abused or wasted they may never recover. They may try to undermine. However other resources can be recovered. --Six main key theories & experiments on Motivation • Classical Theory: - Workers are motivated only by money. (not true) • Scientific Management (taylorism) : - Taylor was “efficiency” expert. Taylor’s goal: increase output. -Perform: time and motion studies Break job into simple, separate tasks Introduce: specialization + repetition Remove inefficiencies and wasted time Productivity should increase Problem With Scientific Theor
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