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Performance Management - Motivation

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Mackenzie Renda

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Transcript of Performance Management - Motivation

Performance Management
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
RESOURCES
Tires
Engine
Steering Wheel
Dashboard
GPS
Gasoline
Peddles
The TIRES
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
the engine
EMPLOYEES
UPPER MANAGEMENT
Steering Wheel
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
FEEDBACK
The dashboard
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
GOALS
gps
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
MOTIVATING PROCEDURES
Gasoline
What is
motivation?
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Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
Peddles
What is
motivation?
(Enter Text Here.)
Expectancy
theory
EQUITY THEORY
gOAL-SETTING THEORY
Organizational
reinforcement theory
Employees
Upper Management
Resources
Procedures (Motivation)
Goals
Feedback
Learning (Reevaluating)

Resources
"You can only elevate individual performance by elevating that of the entire system"
- W. Edwards Deming
Motivation
What is motivation?
Goal-Setting Theory
Expectancy Theory
Equity Theory
Organizational Behavior Management
Reinforcement Theory
Self Efficacy
Intrinsic Motivation
Learning
Motivation &
Performance Management
Motivation
Performance
Appraisal Process
Actions, Results, Education, Outcomes, Need Satisfaction
Perceptions, Resources, Evaluation, Agreement, Criteria, Fairness, Outcomes & Rewards, Consistency, Time, Distributive Justice
Performance management & learning
(DeNisi & Pritchard, 2006)
Goal-setting
theory
Expectancy theory
equity theory
Organizational behavior management
reinforcement
theory

apply it!
LEARNING (REEVALUATING)
Additional Parts:
Accelerator
Seat Belts
Body
Radio
Lights (Signals)
Traffic
Weather
Windows
Mirrors
Learning
(Reevaluating)
Employees
Upper Management
Feedback
Motivating Procedures
Goals
MACHINE THEORY VS. LIVING SYSTEM THEORY
Goal Commitment
Goal Importance
Self Efficacy
Task Complexity
Goal Framing
Team Goals
Feedback
The performance management (PM) process analyzes antecedents and consequences of employee, or team, performance. Manipulating these constructs may increase, or decrease, productive performance. Common PM interventions include: goal-setting, feedback, job aids, token systems, and lottery systems (Diener et al., 2009).
Linking Motivational Theories to the
Performance Appraisal Process

Questions?
Case Study
Activity
best practices
Can-do Culture Inspired by Strong Leadership
Mackenzie Renda
Elphys Alvarez
Joshua Carrasco
Paula Lucero

Positive
Negative
Punishment
Adaptive Learning
Generative Learning
Transformative Learning
Punishment
Positive
Negative
Reinforcement
Reinforcement
Crystal Clear Priorities, Underpinned by Robust Measures
Real time, regular and robust performance data
Agreed lines of accountability
Clear performance management reviews, combining challenge and support
Transparent set of performance rewards and sanctions
Communication is widespread
5 Ways to increase
goal importance
Public Commitment to the Goal
Communicate and Inspire Vision
Using the Emphasis Box
Provide Financial Incentives
Express Confidence
How do you think the 5 ways to increase goal commitment influence the outcome of task complexity, team goals, and overall goal commitment?
Edwin Locke (2004)
Victor Vroom (1970)
Adam (1963)
Skinner (1938)
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