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Motivation

Combination of forces that make individuals take certain actions

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Engagement

Employees emotional commitment to work

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Scientific Management

Approach design to improve an employees efficiency by scientifically studying their work

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Who invented the Scientific Management theory?

Fredrick W Taylor

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Hawthorne Effect

Employees change behavior based on special treatment

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What are the 5 stages of Maslow's hierarchy? (Start from bottom of triangle)

Physiological
Safety
Social
Esteem
Self Actualization

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What is an example of self-actualization?

A leadership role

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What is an example of esteem?

Job title

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What is an example of the social stage?

Friends at work

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What is an example of the safety stage?

Health Insurance

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What is an example of physiological stage?

Salary

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In order for each stage to occur in the triangle, each stage has to be ------- before next one.

Completed

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Maslow's Hierarchy definition

A range of most basic needs to most advanced needs

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Theory X

Employees dislike work
motivated by extrinsic rewards

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Extrinsic rewards

A reward given by other people

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Theory Y

Employees like work
motivated by intrinsic rewards

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Intrinsic rewards

Rewards you give to yourself

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Herzberg 2 factor theory

Divides motivational factors into satisfiers and dissatisfiers

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What are 3 examples of dissatisfiers?

Working conditions
Pay
Company policy

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What are 3 examples of satisfiers?

Achievement
Recognition
Personal growth

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Expectancy Theory

Employee motivation connects employees effort to the outcome he or she expects from their efforts

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Equity Theory

Level of satisfaction based on ratio of inputs to job and what they would receive from it

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