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Herz berg theory of motivation

  1. 1. Herz Berg Resorce Theory ofMotivation BY Manisha Vaghelavaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 1ahoo.com
  2. 2. Flow of presentation Introduction of Motivation Meaning of Motivation Definition of Motivation feature Of Motivation Hygin actors Theory Criticism of Herz berg theory Two factor theory Bibliographyvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 2ahoo.com
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Motivation is to provide some one with a motive.It is a complex force inspiring a person to work . a manager is expected to get things done though others skillully or he success of the bisiness unless. He is able tomotivate people, the can not achive his business goals.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 3ahoo.com
  4. 4. “you can buy a man’s time, you can buy a man’s physical presence at a given place but you can not buy his enthusiasm initiative or loyalty you have to earn those things.” -Mr.clarence francisvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 4ahoo.com
  5. 5. Meaning “ Motivation is a general term applying to the entire class o drives, desires, needs, wishes is to say that they do those things which they hope will satisfy these drives and desires and induce the subordinates to act in a desired manner.” -weihrich & koontzvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 5ahoo.com
  6. 6. Definition:- “ Motivation is the act stimulating some one or one self to get a desired course of action.” -juciusvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 6ahoo.com
  7. 7. “Motivation is getting the members o he teams to pull their weight effectively to the group to carry out properly the activities allocated and generlly to play can effective past in the purpose or task that the organisation has undertaken.”vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 7ahoo.com
  8. 8. Feature of motivation needs behavior goals levels secondary satisfying excellenceclassification primary vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 8 ahoo.com
  9. 9. Hygine factors Wages, security of job and work conditions are called hyginic factors. I wages are high, job is secured and working conditions are satisfactory, employees do not feel dissatisfied. Their moral and efficiency do not weaken therefore. But these factors do not motivate the employees.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 9ahoo.com
  10. 10. They lead to dissatisfaction in their absence. But their presence does not motivate them to work more. They are only preventive. They are environmental in nature and they are roughly equivalent to maslow’s lower level needs.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 10ahoo.com
  11. 11. Herz berg has listed ten hyginicfactors. They are as follows:-  Company policy and administration.  Teachnic supervision  Inter person relations with supervisors.  Inter person relations with colleagues.  Inter person relations with subordinates.  Salary  Job security  Personal life  Working conditions  statusvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 11ahoo.com
  12. 12. Criticism of Herz berg theory:1:- Herz berg’s two-factor theory of motivation accepted by some and strongly criticised by others. Vroom for example, has agreed that s possible to reduced conclusions quite different rom those that Herz berg had derived from his studies.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 12ahoo.com
  13. 13. 2:- Nathan king has criticised Herz berg’s theory on the ground that his theory is based on the hypothesis which it self is not tested scientifically a follow-up study o female office workers that specifically tested all five theories did not conform Herz berg’s contenation.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 13ahoo.com
  14. 14. 3:- other research studies have shown that there is not always a clear distinction between motivational and maintenance factors. The distinction that Herz berg has created is illusory.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 14ahoo.com
  15. 15. Two-factor theory:- While maslow’s theory was based on general observations of the needs of the employees that prompted them to acting a particular manner, the two-factor theory. formulated by fredrick Herz berg was based on actual research findings. Herz berg conducted interviews with some 200 accounts and engineers o some companies in the Pittsburgh area.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 15ahoo.com
  16. 16. Two question were askedfrom theemployees:-1) What are the factors motivate you to work?2) What are the factors that do not motivate you to work. e.g. the factors that you fad bad about your job?vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 16ahoo.com
  17. 17. Herz berg wanted to collect responses from the employees about factors that made them happy on the job and those that made them an happy on the job. The various responses were categorized into two different sets of factors.vaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 17ahoo.com
  18. 18. Review of the topic Introduction of Motivation Meaning of Motivation Definition of Motivation Feature Of Motivation Hygin actors Theory Criticism of Herz berg theory Two factor theoryvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 18ahoo.com
  19. 19. bibliography1 Student guide to management by Dr.n.vashishath2 principles of management by prin.t.j.rana prin.a.b.savjanivaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 19ahoo.com
  20. 20. 3 human resource management in organization by izabelarobinson4 essentials of management by p.n.reddy p.c.tripathi h.r.appannahvaghela_manisha13@y BY:MANISHA VAGHELA 20ahoo.com
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