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Should, Need, Like, Love Step 1. Divide into groups of three to five students. Individually, write down your responses to the following instructions. Think of a school or work task you felt in obligation to complete, but that you did not want to do. Write the task here: Think of a school or work task you did only because you needed an extrinsic benefit, such as money or course credit. Write the task here: Think of a school or work task that you do because you like it-it is enjoyable for you. Write that task here: Think of a school or work task that you love to do-one in which you become completely absorbed and from which you feel deep satisfaction when finished. Write the task here: Step 2. Reflect on those four tasks and what they mean to you. Rate how highly motivated (high, medium, low) you were to perform each of the four tasks. Then rate how much mental effort (high, medium, low) was required for you to complete each of the four tasks. Step 3. Compare your ratings with other members of your team. What is the correlation among doing a task because you Should-Need-like Love, your level of motivation, and the amount of mental effort required to complete the task? Develop conclusions from your analysis to present to the class. Step 4. Discuss in your group: Are you more highly motivated when engaged in tasks that you like or love versus tasks you should do or need to do? Why? Does this corroborate any motivation theory in the chapter? How can you increase the number of like and love tasks in your live? How might you reduce the number of should and need tasks? When you become a manager, will you want to increase the number of like and love tasks for your employees? How might you do so?

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Management, Loose-Leaf Version

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Richard L. Daft
Publisher: South-Western College Pub
ISBN: 9781305969308
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Management, Loose-Leaf Version

13th Edition
Richard L. Daft
Publisher: South-Western College Pub
ISBN: 9781305969308

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Chapter 16, Problem 1SGB
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Should, Need, Like, Love

Step 1. Divide into groups of three to five students. Individually, write down your responses to the following instructions.

  1. Think of a school or work task you felt in obligation to complete, but that you did not want to do. Write the task here:
  2. Think of a school or work task you did only because you needed an extrinsic benefit, such as money or course credit. Write the task here:
  3. Think of a school or work task that you do because you like it-it is enjoyable for you. Write that task here:
  4. Think of a school or work task that you love to do-one in which you become completely absorbed and from which you feel deep satisfaction when finished. Write the task here:

Step 2. Reflect on those four tasks and what they mean to you. Rate how highly motivated (high, medium, low) you were to perform each of the four tasks. Then rate how much mental effort (high, medium, low) was required for you to complete each of the four tasks.

Step 3. Compare your ratings with other members of your team. What is the correlation among doing a task because you Should-Need-like Love, your level of motivation, and the amount of mental effort required to complete the task? Develop conclusions from your analysis to present to the class.

Step 4. Discuss in your group: Are you more highly motivated when engaged in tasks that you like or love versus tasks you should do or need to do? Why? Does this corroborate any motivation theory in the chapter? How can you increase the number of like and love tasks in your live? How might you reduce the number of should and need tasks? When you become a manager, will you want to increase the number of like and love tasks for your employees? How might you do so?

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To discuss and determine:

A problem that that I might have in my life right now, and in this problem there is something I don't like. What outcomes do I really want with respect to this problem? Further need to discuss that how will I know I have achieved the desired outcome, the resources need to achieve the outcome and the first step of the problem.

Introduction:

The discussion is about any problem that I might be having in my life for this moment and how I am planning to deal with it. The reason for having the problem in the i.e. the desired future outcome for which I am working, further what will be the future desired outcome and what will be the first step for it.

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