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Chapter 15. Motivational Basics > Basic Motivational Factors

Basic Motivational Factors

  1. Clear job objectives

  2. Performance standards that challenge

  3. Decision-making authority

  4. Opportunity to solve own problems

  5. Opportunity to check own work quality

  6. Opportunity to complete whole work untis

  7. Variety of job tasks

  8. Knowledge of the job’s contribution to final product/service

  9. Knowledge of the job’s relationship to other company operations

  10. Access to information needed to do the job

  11. Access to information about anticipated changes

  12. Awareness of superior’s schedule, activities (where appropriate)

  13. Access to product information

  14. Access to market information

  15. Direct communication from manager (i.e., more face-to-face contact than memos or notices)

  16. Positive performance feedback from manager

  17. Constructive criticism from manager


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