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ID number:876711
Published: 26.11.2005.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

For years, managers, psychologists and academics have been interested in theories about motivation - why we get out of bed and go to work every morning; why some people are willing to do a great job despite being faced with huge challenges on a daily basis; why others can’t do even the simplest thing without making mistakes; and why seemingly small things such as the removal of a water cooler in the canteen can have hugely detrimental effects on work performance. A large body of research has been written attempting to tackle these issues - some of which have gained considerable currency inside businesses as they try to get the most from their workforce. This article introduces a few of the more established and popular theories.…

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