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    MOTIVATION

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    1 : MOTIVATION And BEHAVIOUR Group 2 PRASHANT PATHAK AARTI SHAHI SUMIT CHAUHAN SAHIL DHIR SURENDRA SINGH SHARAD MISHRA BHUVNESH KUMAR
    2 : Introduction Motivation Process Sources Of motivation Theories of Motivation Motivational factors CONTENTS-:
    3 : The word motivation is derived from motive which is a need requiring movement towards the goal of achievement of such need. Introduction-:
    4 : Motivation process
    5 : Effort Persistence direction Characteristics of motivation-:
    6 : Positive Motivation Negative Motivation Extrinsic Motivation Intrinsic Motivation Sources of Motivation
    7 : McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y Maslow’s Model ERG Theory McClelland’s Theory of needs Herzberg’s two factor theory. Theories of Motivation-:
    8 : According to him,the classical organization with its highly specialized jobs,centralized decision making was a reflection of basic managerial assumptions about human nature. Theory X assumptions-: Most people dislike work. They need to be directed,controlled and threatened with punishment McGregor’s Theory x and Theory Y-:
    9 : They will exercise self direction and self control in achievement of org goal. People are innovative and creativity of solving organizational problems. Minimize the use of supervision. Theory y assumptions-:
    10 : Maslow’s Model Physiological Needs Security Needs Social Needs Self actualized needs Esteem Needs 1 2 3 4 5 Growth needs Deficiency needs
    11 : Existence Needs Relatedness Needs Growth Needs ERG THEORY-:
    12 : Studies conducted by Mcclelland concluded that from organization behaviour point of view,the most prominent need is the achievement motive. Mcclelland’s Theory of Needs
    13 : Studies conducted by him concluded that a person’s relation to his work in a basic one and that his attitude towards work would determine his organization related behaviour Herzberg’s Two factor Theory-:
    14 : The Job Itself Recognition Achievement Responsibility Growth and advancement Motivational Factors-:
    15 : THANK YOU

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