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Theories of motivation Goal setting theory of Edwin Locke “Theory X and Theory Y “ of Douglas McGregor M.J.M Shakir S.Krishnavenu H.A.M Arsath A.M Afrah S.Babindiran T.Jeyruban

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Goal setting theory of Edwin Locke A theory that focuses on identifying the types of goals that are most effective in producing high levels of motivation and performance and why goals have these effects. Goal

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Goal Setting A very useful method of enhancing employee performance Develop the organization 2 Set overall objectives and action plans 1 Conduct final appraisal of results 5 Set individual objectives and action plans 3 Conduct periodic appraisals and provide feedback on progress; make adjustments 4

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Goal Setting Theory A theory that focuses on identifying the types of goals that are most effective in producing high levels of motivation and performance and why goals have these effects.

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Two Purposes of Goals: They provide a useful framework for managing motivation since employees can set their own goals. Goals are an effective control device; control is the monitoring by management of how well the organization is performing.

Solid Goal Characteristics :

Solid Goal Characteristics

Characteristics of Motivating Goals:

Characteristics of Motivating Goals Specificity Often quantitative Difficulty Should be hard but not impossible for most workers to achieve Acceptability Especially important when managers set goals for subordinates Feedback So that workers know how well they are doing

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To motivate, goals must have Clarity. Challenge. Commitment. Feedback. Task complexity.

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