Herzberg's Theory Of Motivation To Work

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Based on the journal that I found, motivation have the two views of human nature. First one, viewed of people as basically lazy and work shy held them to externally stimulation echoes by Taylorism. The other one, the people work well for their own sake, as for social and monetary benefit is internally stimulated motivation that echoes by Hawthorn. The major researchers into motivation in work that taught the business student were Maslow, Herzberg, Vroom, Alderfer, McClelland and Locke.
This journal just described if the Herzberg theory still have a power or not in the organization. The Motivation to Work was publish in 1959 by Herzberg and his collaborators, that consist two factors influencing motivation at work which hygiene factors when they are inappropriate and motivators that sustain effort. It was the one of the most contested of management theory, largely because of assertion that was a weak correlation between finance reward and job satisfaction. Herzberg’s results that financial reward can demotivate nevertheless, beyond a limited threshold money is a hygiene factor and does not motivate. The Herzberg’s theory challenged the dominate assumption at the time job satisfaction and dissatisfaction. An
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He argued that manager confuse the two. It said motivation for movement but movement not motivation. For employee that need something in the return, manager tend to argue that made employee motivated. To reinforce the distinction, Herzberg suggested the motivation is like an internal self- charging battery. To become motivated employee, they must be desiring to move. For Herzberg motivate the internally generated drives not externally stimulated incentives and he restated the utility of his two factors theory and job enrichment as opposed to job enlargement. One of the argument that money can motivated, and the Herzberg result could be attributed to a factor that include
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