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EXPECTANCY THEORY

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Romi Abidoye

on 25 April 2014

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EXPECTANCY THEORY
The 3 assumptions of Expectancy Theory i n the workforce.
Expectancy & results
Conclusion
&
Questions
Expectancy Theory
What is Expectancy Theory
It's a theory of motivation that suggests
employees are likely to be motivated when
they perceive their efforts will result in
successful performances and desired rewards
or outcomes.
By: Romi Abidoye
Frank Ortiz
Reginald Stolkes
Din Tang
Individuals join organizations with expectation
about their needs, motivation and past experience.

The energy within an organization tends to influence
the individuals performance and character.

Individuals want to be rewarded for the time spent, the extra effort applied and the perfection achieved.




Ivancevich, Konopaske, Matteson
The Expectancy Theory explains the behavioral process of why individuals choose a certain behavioral over another. It also explains how decisions are made to achieve the end goal desired.

The 3 variables within the expectancy theory are:
1.
Expectancy
_ The belief that one's effort will be rewarded based on the performance. (Effort & Performance)

2.
Instrumentality
- The belief that a person will receive a reward if the performance expectation is met. (Performance & Outcome)

3.
Valence
- How much a person values a given outcome or reward


COMPONENTS OF EXPECTANCY
THEORY
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