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      • ROHIT’S SUCCESSFUL STINT AT ZEN COMPUTERS.
      • HIS JOINING APEX COMPUTERS.
      • HIS NEED FOR ACHIEVEMENT(nAch).
      • Mc CLELLANDS THEORY OF NEEDS.
      • SELF ACTUALISATION.
      • AS ROHIT WAS STRIVING TO ACHIEVE BETTER IN HIS FIELD OF WORK.
      • Mc GREGOR’S THEORY Y.
      • ROHIT WAS CREATIVE AND LIKED WORK.
      • HE GOT A HANDSOME PAY HIKE .
      • HE WAS EXCITED ABOUT HIS NEW JOB.
      • NEED FOR AFFILIATION (nAff).
      • SURESH REDDY AS HIS GUIDE AND MENTOR.
      • ROHIT’S IDEAL BOSS.
      • ORGANISATIONAL JUSTICE.
      • SELF EFFICACY THEORY
      • FINDING POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR THE PROBLEM.
      • DESIRE TO HELP THE ORGANISATION.
      • GETTING RECOGNISION BY HIS SUPERIOR.
      • EXPECTANCY THEORY
      • ROHIT WAS SURE HIS EFFORTS WOULD REAP PRAISES FROM HIS SUPERIOR.
      • ACHIEVE HIS PERSONAL GOALS AND RECOGNITION.
      • NEED FOR POWER(nPow).
      • HER TEAM FOLLOWS HER INSTRUCTIONS AND BIDINGS .
      • SELF SERVING BIAS
      • APARNA BLAMES THE TEAM FOR FAILURES AND DISTANCES HERSELF FROM THE TEAM.
      • COGNITIVE EVALUATION THEORY.
      • ROHIT WAS PAID HANDSOMELY BUT FOR WORK HE WAS NOT CONTRIBUTING TO AT ALL.
      • LOSING INTEREST.
      • TURNING MEDIOCRE TECHIE.
      • ATTRIBUTION THEORY.
      • EXTRINSIC FACTORS IN COMPANY WERE AFFECTING HIS PERFORMANCE.
      • TWO THEORY FACTOR-MOTIVATION HYGIENE THEORY.
      • EXTRINSIC FACTORS OF WORK CONDITION LED TO HIS DETORIATION.