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Transcript of motivacion en google

Motivation
The psychological forces that determine the direction of a persons behavior in an organization, a persons level of effort, and a persons level or persistence in the face of obstacles.
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Motivation Strategy
- Develop
Intristic
Motivation
- Creates a more interesting and challenging job
- Less likely to become bored, which will lead to poor quality work
- Offer employees cars that run on solar energy
2
Motivation Strategy
- Develop
Extrinsic
Motivation
- Personal health facilities (gymnasiums, pools etc.)
- Multiple free cafes with chefs and organic options
- Free hair cuts
- Doctors office
- Laundry facilities
- Child care services
- Other benefits: vacation days that increase with seniority gift matching program
Best reason to work at Google:
Work and play are not mutually exclusive
Theories of Motivation
Need Theory
-Employes are motivated by attaining their needs. When lower level needs are met
-food, water, shelter

-Higher level needs become motivating factors: belongingness, esteem, self-actulization
-Employees are motivated when performance matches outcomes
-Focuses on perceptions of fairness in the work place
- Inequity due to underpayment or overpayment creates tension between workers
Learaning Theory
Employees are motivated by learning how to behave in order earn desired outcomes
Expectancy Theory
-Expectancy -belief that performance will result in outcomes

- Instrumentality - notion that performance matches outcomes

- Valence - how much an outcome is valued
Employees are motivated by their:
Goal Setting Theory
Employees are motivated when given goals that are:

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- pecific
M
- easureable
A
- ttainable
R
- ealistic
T
- ime bound
Goals create a purpose for employees to put forth effort and their persistance leads to improved performance.
for your attention :)
Pros
- Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs
- Theory
Y
- Equity Theory
- Expectancy Theory
- Goal Setting Theory

CONS
- Two factors Theory

- Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs

- Lack of control
- Self-Determination Theory
- motivates individuals to move from fundamental needs toward higher needs
-Ben Stoddard
C
O
N
S
- At time interest and involvement may outweigh financial rewards.
- Employees have different priorities at different times in different circumstance.
- fails to explain why some individuals prefer to ignore lesser needs in search of higher ones
- Google's environment isn't one where your boss will be constantly looking over your shoulder.
LUIS IGNACIO RAMIREZ MARTINEZ
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