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Motivation theory category which assumes that people have a set of needs that they pursue

Content based theory

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Motivation theory category which answers "What Motivates?"

Content based theory

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Motivation theory category which assumes that individuals select their goals and choose how to get them through a process of calculation

Process based Theory

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Motivation theory category which answers "How does it Motivate?"

Process based theory

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Another named for need based theory?

Content based theory

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Another name for Humanistic Approach of motivation?

Content based theory

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Maslows Highest need (5th)

Self Actualization

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Maslows 4th need

Self-esteem

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Maslows 3rd need

Social/Belonging

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Maslows 2nd need

Safety/Security

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Maslows 1st need- Physiological or Psychological?

Physiological

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Need for respect from others is higher version of self-esteem or lower?

Lower

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Need for self-respect, competency etc are higher version of self-esteem or lower?

Higher

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Satisfaction-Progression associated with which theory?

Maslows

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ERG theory given by?

Alderfer

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Alderfer gave which theory?

ERG

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ERG full form

Existence Relatedness Growth

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Frustrated regression related to which theory?

ERG

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Already satisfied need can maintain satisfaction or strengthen lower level needs iteratively when it fails to gratify high-level needs. This is called?

Satisfaction-strengthening

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Satisfaction-strengthening related to which theory?

Alderfer's ERG theory

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What are the components of Mcclelland's theory of need?

Achievement, Power/Influence and affiliation

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Achievement, Power and Affiliation are part of which theory?

Mcclelland Theory of needs

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People who avoid both high risk and low risk situations are driven by need for ? Achievement, Power or Affiliation?

Achievement

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People who avoid high risk situations are driven by need for ? Achievement, Power or Affiliation?

Affiliation.

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Discipline is a key issue for people driven by need for ? Achievement, Power or Affiliation?

Power

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Three needs theory proposed by?

McClelland

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Dual factor theory proposed by?

Herzberg

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Which theory was designed for the purpose of Job enrichment?

Herzberg's theory

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What kind of loading is important for Job enrichment according to Herzberg? Horizontal or vertical?

Vertical

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Movement and Motivation concept invoked in which theory?

Herzberg

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If you perform a work because you want them, what's it called? Movement or motivation?

Motivation

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If you perform a work because you must, what's it called? Movement or motivation?

Movement

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Which factors are also known as KITA factors?

Hygiene factors (Kick in The Ass)

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Which need is lower level need in McClelland theory?

Need for Affiliation

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Which need is the Highest level of need in McClelland theory?

Need for Achievement

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Which needs are lower level need in ERG theory?

Existence, Relatedness

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Theory X and Theory Y given by?

Douglas McGregor

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Which theory assumes that people need to be coerced and that they want security? Theory X or Theory Y?

Theory X

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Is theory X the hard approach or the soft approach?

It's between the two approach according to McGregor

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Which theory is best in terms of consistency of work? X or Y?

Theory X

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Which theory believes in democratic, consultative and empowering principles? X or Y?

Theory Y

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People with strong internal locus of control tend to believe in which theory? X or Y?

Theory X. Because they are task-oriented and have little time for building relationship

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People with strong external locus of control tend to believe in which theory? X or Y?

Theory Y. Because they are relationship oriented

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Who gave Theory Z?

William Ouchi

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Which theory believes in increasing loyalty of employees by providing job for life with a strong focus on well being?

Theory Z

46

Which theory of motivation believes that genetic programming/biology as the cause for motivation?

Instinctive theory of motivation

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Which theory is called Acquired need theory?

McClelland's theory of Achievement, Power and Affiliation

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McClelland theory used which test to assess the dominant need?

Thematic Appreciation Test (TAT)