CHAPTER 7 pt. 2

CHAPTER 7 pt. 2

Published on 19 October 2022
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There are theories that support the idea of motivation and one of these is expressed in hierarchy theory by Dr. Abraham H. Maslow’s. These hierarchies consisted of five levels.
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- Survival - Security - Social - Esteem - Self-actualization.
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Another theory is Theory X authored by Sigmund Freud.
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1. Avoid work 2. No ambition 3. No initiative 4. Do not take responsibility 5. Needs security
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To make the employees work:
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1. Reward 2. Coerce 3. Intimidate 4. Punish
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Frederick Herzberg has divided the motivational aspects of human beings (Herzberg two-factory theory)
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1. Hygiene Theory 2. Motivation
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THE HYGIENE THEORY AND TEAM BUILDING SUMMARY
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Frederick Herzberg is the father of motivation hygiene theory. The hygiene theory is the minimum that every employee requires for not being dissatisfied. Without the above, the employee will get dissatisfied. There are the basic needs. Further efforts are needed to motivate the employees. The theory consists of two factors, the Hygiene theory and Motivation factor.
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TEAM BUILDING
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Team building is fundamental part of the empowerment process One basic barrier in team building is resistance from supervisors. Supervisors play a key role in effective team building and without their support it will fail. A team is defined as a group of individuals working together to achieve common goals and objectives. Teams are successful because of the emphasis placed on individuals. Modern processe s are more complex, requiring the involvement of individual .