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At
Institute of Engineering & Management,
Saltlake, Kolkata
 1.ARPAN
 2.ARINDAM
 3.BHAGYASHREE
 4.POUSHALI
 5.MONOJIT
 6.ANIRBAN
 7.PRIYA
 8.PRITAM
 9.SWARNALI
 10.ADITI
 ...
1.Vroom’s Expectancy Theory
2.Porter-Lawler Theory
3. Conclusion
4.Motivational Video
Expectancy
• “Can I achieve
the desired
level of task
performance?”
Instrumentality
• “What work
outcomes will
be received...
Porter and Lawler categorized the reward as
intrinsic and extrinsic
Intrinsic rewards are the positive feelings that
the ...
Edward Lawler claims that the simplicity of expectancy
theory is deceptive because it assumes that if an
employer makes a ...
Porter and Lawler used Victor Vroom’s
expectancy theory as a foundation to develop
their expectancy model. Similar to Vroo...
We take this opportunity to express our gratitude and thanks
to our Poulami Madam for valuable technical suggestion
withou...
Book:-
1.Organization Behaviour-S Robbins
2. Organization Behaviour-F Luthans
Website:-
1.www.google.com
2.www.Wikipedia.c...
Vroom’s motivation theory and porter lawler motivation theory
Vroom’s motivation theory and porter lawler motivation theory
Vroom’s motivation theory and porter lawler motivation theory
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Vroom’s motivation theory and porter lawler motivation theory

  1. 1. At Institute of Engineering & Management, Saltlake, Kolkata
  2. 2.  1.ARPAN  2.ARINDAM  3.BHAGYASHREE  4.POUSHALI  5.MONOJIT  6.ANIRBAN  7.PRIYA  8.PRITAM  9.SWARNALI  10.ADITI  11.PAYEL  12.SAHELI
  3. 3. 1.Vroom’s Expectancy Theory 2.Porter-Lawler Theory 3. Conclusion 4.Motivational Video
  4. 4. Expectancy • “Can I achieve the desired level of task performance?” Instrumentality • “What work outcomes will be received as a result of the performance?” Valence • “How highly do I value work outcome?”
  5. 5. Porter and Lawler categorized the reward as intrinsic and extrinsic Intrinsic rewards are the positive feelings that the individual experiences from completing the task e.g. satisfaction, sense of achievement. Extrinsic rewards are rewards emanating from outside the individual such as bonus, commission and pay increases.
  6. 6. Edward Lawler claims that the simplicity of expectancy theory is deceptive because it assumes that if an employer makes a reward, such as a financial bonus or promotion, enticing enough, employees will increase their productivity to obtain the reward. However, this only works if the employees believe the reward is beneficial to their immediate need.
  7. 7. Porter and Lawler used Victor Vroom’s expectancy theory as a foundation to develop their expectancy model. Similar to Vroom’s theory Porter and Lawler concluded that an individual’s motivation to complete a task is affected by the reward they expect to receive for completing the task. However Porter and Lawler introduced additional aspects to the expectancy theory.
  8. 8. We take this opportunity to express our gratitude and thanks to our Poulami Madam for valuable technical suggestion without which this presentation would not have come to an existence. We are also thanked to the almighty and also we deeply express our hurtful thanks to our members for supporting us. Lastly, we are grateful to the audience for having the patience to listen the presentation.
  9. 9. Book:- 1.Organization Behaviour-S Robbins 2. Organization Behaviour-F Luthans Website:- 1.www.google.com 2.www.Wikipedia.com 3.www.slideshare.com

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