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Motivation, Morale and the early to mid-20th Century

Motivation, Morale and the early to mid-20th Century

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Author: Aisha Williams
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This lesson discusses the major historical theories of motivation relevant to business.

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TERMS TO KNOW
  • Morale

    The certainty of an individual or group at a specific time.

  • Classical Theory

    The theory that employees are motivated solely by money.

  • Hawthorne Effect

    A theory of motivation which argues that productivity will increase when managers pay attention to thier workers.

  • Two-Factor Theory

    A theory of motivation which argues that both work place hygenize and motivation have an impact on worker satifaction.

  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Model

    A theory of motivation that argues humans must meet thier most basic needs before meeting more complex ones.

  • Theory X

    A theory of motivation that workers are naturally lazy.