MOTIVATION AND ORG. BEHAVIOR
Analyzes the role of motivation within organizations. Motivation is vital to all organizations. Indeed, the difference between highly effective organizations and less effective ones often lies in the motivations of their members. Learners will characterize the nature of motivation in organizations by examining need-based perspectives and the major process-based perspectives on motivation. In the second half of the course learners examine the motivational role of work and rewards within organizations by exploring how job design, employee participation, empowerment, and flexible work arrangements impact motivation.
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