Maslow's Motivational Theory - DOC

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HIERARCHY APPROACHIt is essential for the employer to motivate employees andthus, they will be able to complete their tasks effectually.This can be either in monetary or non-monetary terms. Thereare many examples which are associated with this likecommission, promotion and bonus, paid leaves, incentives,etc.Maslow's motivational theoryHertzberg's motivational modelPhysiological needs:Primarily an individual wants to accomplish his or her basic requirementsand it includes food, shelter and water.Safety needs:Furthermore, he wants security of job from his superior and along with want tofeel secure in society.Social needs:Then, he wants to fulfil his psychological needs, like want to make friends, buildrelations, be a part of group etc.Esteem needs: Moreover, he wants self-confidence, respect, recognition and status in society.Self-actualisation: When all things get accomplished then he wants mental growth,innovativeness, openness, morale and so on.MASLOW'S MOTIVATIONAL THEORYMOTIVATION TO WORKOrganisation behaviour is an examination of the way how anindividual interacts with each other within group. It isconsidered as an approach which can be implemented in thefirm to manage workers. In an association, various kinds ofpeople are doing their work who belong to distinctiveculture. It is fundamental for the manager to manage theirworkforce as this will aid them to attain coveted targetswithin certain period of time. In context of Tesco, superiorsneed to manage employees and therefore, complete workwill be accomplished with maximum effectiveness and theywill compete with their competitors at marketplace.INTRODUCTIONORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND THE MANAGEMENT OFPEOPLE
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