Case Study: Biogen Idec

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Case Study:
Biogen Idec

Submitted to:
Prof. Mark Braganza

Group Members:
Balansay, Josil
Biala, Harley
De Vera, Ariza
Ferrer, Danniel
Fernandez, Norlito
Liekmeier, Chris Allyn
Ortilano, Lerma
Rosal, Emil
Romano, Rowell Joseph

4:30-6:00 (Monday/Wednesday)


A) What elements of the different motivation theories (Herzberg, Maslow, etc) might be relevant in this change process?
The following elements of the different motivation theories (Herzberg, Maslow, etc) might be relevant in this change process:
• During the change process at Biogen Idec, the management teams of their affiliate companies were given more control related to their local organization. Considering these information, the Expectancy theory (a theory wherein people are given the right to choose a course of action according to what they anticipate will give them the greatest rewards) can be one of the theories which is used in the organization. The following elements are relevant to the change process are: o Valence o Expectancy o Instrumentality
These elements of the expectancy theory encourage or motivate people to better their performances and efforts to their work due to the rewards they expect to receive in
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