The Epistemology of Motivation

The Epistemology of Motivation

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Epistemology of motivation harnesses the art of motivation. It analyzed and explained motivation and what motivate people. Targeting employee motivation, epistemology of motivation reviewed the motivational theories and discussed their strengths and weaknesses. The theories analyzed, include: the Maslow's needs hierarchy, Goal setting theory, theories and X, Y and Z, the Management by Objective and the newly Humanistic, Influence and Affluence factors. Various scholarly reports published within the past fifteen years were analyzed and referenced. The results show that employee motivation is key to achieve organizational goal; it reduces cost of operations and makes goals attainable.Academy of Management Perspectives, August, 22(3) p114116. Brecher, N. ( 2007).Performance enhancement. Journal of Property Management, July/August, 72(4), p2020. Byrne, M and Repp, ... iUniverse, Lincoln, NE. US. CBCNews.


Title:The Epistemology of Motivation
Author: Egeni Chike Camilius
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2011-12-22
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