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One more time: how do you motivate i employees?" harvard business review

One more time: how do you motivate i employees?" harvard business review,F. Herzberg

One more time: how do you motivate i employees?" harvard business review   (Citations: 35)
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    • ...According to Herzberg’s [23] motivation theory, recognition fulfills workers’ esteem needs and can significantly improve employee’s performance...

    Suling Zhanget al. Delegation in Virtual Team: the Moderating Effects of Team Maturity an...

    • ...Although models of workplace organisation (for example, Herzberg, 1968) argue that pay alone is not an effective tool for motivating employees (because it doesn’t satisfy many human needs), paying high salaries may have a positive motivational effect on employees as far as developing countries is concerned...

    Fitsum Ghebregiorgiset al. Human Resource Management in Eritrea: Current and Future Trends

    • ...Herzberg [37; 38] essentially got rid of the continuum dissatisfactionsatisfaction and replaced it by two continua: dissatisfaction – no dissatisfaction and no satisfaction – satisfaction...
    • ...First, Herzberg [37; 38] already recognized that sometimes, under certain circumstances, hygiene factors could act as motivators...
    • ...However, the works of Herzberg [37; 38] challenged these hypotheses...
    • ...According to Herzberg [37, 38], affiliation with colleagues is less important as a motivator, as it acts mainly as a hygiene factor...

    Wouter Vandenabeeleet al. The Motivational Patterns of Civil Servants

    • ...Similar motives are described as a need for achievement (McClelland, 1961; Murray, 1964), need for esteem (Maslow, 1954), and motivating factors (Herzberg, 1968)...

    John E. Barbutoet al. IDENTIFYING SOURCES OF MOTIVATION OF ADULT RURAL WORKERS

    • ...According to Herzberg (3), people do a good job because they are interested in what they are doing and are committed to it. No amount of clearly articulated policy, enhanced supervision, increased compensation, or investment in the physical plant can equal the positive effect of workers who believe in what they do. One can reduce dissatisfaction by attending to hygiene factors, but one cannot make people more happy and committed to their ...
    • ...The way not to do this is what he calls “horizontal loading,” an approach that actually reduces workers’ contributions rather than helps them grow by means of their job (3)...
    • ...Third, if Herzberg (3) is correct, financial rewards simply will not work unless the individual believes he or she is underpaid...

    Richard B. Gundermanet al. Motivation in Radiology: Implications for Leadership1

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