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Motivation Summary

An overview of the business studies A Level topics of motivation in theory and in practice. This Prezi is designed for educational use only.
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Rose Hiron

on 23 February 2010

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Transcript of Motivation Summary

Motivation Motivation in practice Motivation in theory Maslow Herzberg Mayo Taylor Leadership and management Monetary methods Non monetary methods Leadership styles Theory X and Theory Y Taylor was the author of a theory he called
'Scientific Management' His book was published in
1911 at the time of great industrial
development in the USA
Taylor looked to
organise the workforce
in the most efficient way This led him to argue that there was a 'best way'
to carry out tasks at work Once the 'best way' had been established, he then felt that workers were only motivated by a 'fair days pay, for a fair days work'. He linked output and productivity to wages, this is known as piece-rate. Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist. In 1954 he developed his theory that people are motivated by different needs. He classified those need into a hierarchy
often drawn as a pyramid Self-actualisation Esteem needs Love and belonging Saftey needs Physiological needs He claimed that each level of need had
to be satisfied before the next level
could be achieved.
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