The term motivation is derived from the word ‘motive”. The word ‘motive’ as a noun means an objective, as a verb, this word means moving into action. Therefore, motives are forces which induce people to act in a way, so as to ensure the fulfilment of a particular human need at a time. Behind every human action, there is a motive.

Motivation - Organization Management

In this “Motivation - Organization Management” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Concept of Motivation
  2. Features of Motivation
  3. Main Features of Motivation
  4. Need/Importance of Motivation
  5. Motivational Process
  6. Financial/Non-Financial Techniques of Motivation
  7. Theories of Motivation
  8. Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory
  9. Alderfer’s ERG Theory
  10. McClelland Theory of Learned Needs
  11. McGregor Theory X and Y
  12. Comparison between Theory X and Theory Y
  13. Contemporary Issues of Motivation in Nepalese Organization




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