Motivation Theories

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Key Term- Motivation
The method you use to make people work hard for you + work efficiently.
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Examples of Financial motivation
Pay, Bonuses, Piece rate, Time rate, salaries, commision , profit share.
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Examples of non-financial motivation
Job enlargement, Job enrichment, Job satisfaction, Job rotation, Autonomous, Teamwork, Company car
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Taylor's scientific management
Decided pay was the only effective form of motivation by finding the best method, training all the staff to use this method and then offering bonuses for productivity.
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Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Physiological, Safety, Social, Esteem, Self-actualisation
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Herzberg's two factor theory
Job dissatisfaction- Influenced by Hygiene factors Herzberg believed by improving hygiene factors dissatisfaction would decrease. Job satisfaction- Influenced by improving motivator factors satisfaction would increase.
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Mayo's human relations theory.
Mayo isolated tow groups of women workers in factories and studied the effect on their productivity by altering factors such as lighting and leadership management.
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