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  • “SEIMENS” The Times 100 edition 15 http://www.thetimes100.co.uk/case-study--motivation-within-a-creative-environment--89-405-1.phpSiemens products and services include traffic lights, gas turbines, superconducting magnets in medical scanners, wind generators, automated factories as well as domestic appliances like kettles and fridges.I am arguing for Siemens Position.
  • Describe how motivations at work tie in with Maslow’s hierarchy. Well-motivated employees will feel fulfilled and happy in the workplace. Additionally, they are likely to be more productive and produce work of a higher quality.
  • As an engineering company, Siemens has to keep its employees motivated to design, create, and improve technologies. This need has caused Siemens to veer away from limiting their employees to a narrow set of job functions with low levels responsibility. ***Animate this Diagram and use textDescribe the drawbacks of using this model specifically how it can stifle creativity and reduce motivation.
  • Promotes a collaborative work environment. Since humans are social by nature, this group effort is more natural for humans.***Animate this Diagram and use textDescribe more abouthow this model leads to greater innovations, more productivity, and a happier workforce.
  • ***Add My voice to conclude the presentation … and of course the picture. Recap the presentation

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  • 1. Siemens
    Motivation Examined
  • 2. Smile! You are at work.
  • 3. Motivation in a creative environment
    Understanding worker motivations is vital
    People are not solely motivate d by a paycheck
    To succeed, other motivational techniques must be used
  • 4. SIEMENS Model
    In an effort to create an exemplary work environment:
    Siemens ingeniously decided to turn to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs for a blue print on how to get workers into their most productive state.
  • 5. What is Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
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    Older Form of Corporate Structure
    --- Hierarchical
    --- IN TEMRS OF MASLOW: Meets Psychological, Safety, and sporadic friendship/ sense of
    belonging
  • 7. Siemens
    --- More Coalberative than Hierarchical
    --- IN TEMRS OF MASLOW: Meets Psychological, Safety, friendship/ sense of
    belonging , and promotes Self Esteem and Self Actualization
  • 8. Picture From: http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/images/goodwork.gif