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A unique compendium of international investigations into motivation and performance, this book offers chapters by industrial and organizational psychologists from the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan as they share their theories, concepts, empirical evidence, and practical evidence regarding the subject.

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Work Motivation

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Overview

A unique compendium of international investigations into motivation and performance, this book offers chapters by industrial and organizational psychologists from the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan as they share their theories, concepts, empirical evidence, and practical evidence regarding the subject.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781134749218
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/11/2013
  • Series: Applied Psychology Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 296
  • File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: E.A. Fleishman, Series Foreword. Part I:Motivation, Performance, and Effectiveness. E.A. Locke, G.P. Latham, Work Motivation: The High Performance Cycle. U. Kleinbeck, K.H. Schmidt, The Translation of Work Motivation into Performance. C.H. Antoni, J. Beckmann, An Action Control Conceptualization of Goal-Setting and Feedback Effects. M. Erez, Performance Quality and Work Motivation. H. Thierry, Intrinsic Motivation Reconsidered. Part II:Design Principles for Improving Work Motivation. J.A. Algera, The Job Characteristics Model of Work Motivation Revisited. K.H. Schmidt, U. Kleinbeck, The Role of Goal Setting and Feedback in Job Design. R.D. Pritchard, Enhancing Work Motivation Through Productivity Measurement and Feedback. G.B. Graen, Designing Productive Leadership Systems to Improve Both Work Motivation and Organizational Effectiveness. H. Quast, U. Kleinbeck, S. Stachelhaus, Motivational Determinants of Absence Behavior. G.P. Latham, C.A. Frayne, Increasing Job Attendance Through Training in Self-Management: A Review of Two Field Experiments. Part III:Development and Change in Motivation. T. Matsui, M.L.U. Onglatco, Relationships Between Employee Quality Circle Involvement and Need Fulfillment in Work as Moderated by Work Type: A Compensatory or a Spillover Model? N.T. Feather, The Effects of Unemployment on Work Values and Motivation. P. Coetsier, R. Claes, Work Motivation of Youngsters Entering the Labor Market. H.J.M. Hermans, Who Shares Whose Values: Identity and Motivation in Organizations. S.A.R. Quintanilla, Major Work Meaning Patterns Toward a Holistic Picture.

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