Cooper, R. B., & Jayatilaka, B. (2006). Group Creativity: The Effects of Extrinsic,Intrinsic, and Obligation Motivations. Creativity Research Journal, 18(2), 153-172. Two types of motivation 1….Intrinsic MotivationOut of LOVE 2….Extrinsic Motivation -Competition -Someone watching -Incentives!
WEINER, B. (2010). The Development of an Attribution-Based Theory ofMotivation: A History of Ideas.Educational Psychologist, 45(1), 28-36.doi:10.1080/00461520903433596 Julian Rotter: (born 22 October 1916) is an American Psychologist Locus of control -high internal locus of control VS. -high external locus of control
Fritz Heider: whose work was related to the Gestalt school. - Famous for: the creation of the balance theory and the attribution theoryThree types of attribution!!!1. Explanatory attribution2. Predictive attribution3. Interpersonal attribution
Bernerd Weiner: cognitive psychologist-Published 15 books and many articles-Professor of UCLADifficult taskinternal causal locus for the successhigh prideEasy task external causal locus for the successlow pride VS
Employee Motivation the Ritz-Carlton WayThe Ritz-Carlton Company, L.L.C operates hotels and resorts. Itsamenities include guest rooms, suites, restaurants, bars, a spa,meetings, and golf facilities, as well as facilities for weddings andsocial celebrations. The company was founded in 1983 and isheadquartered in Chevy Chase, Maryland with sales offices inAtlanta, Chicago, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, LosAngeles, New York, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, and WashingtonD.C. It has hotels in Bahrain, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Egypt,Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea,Malaysia, Mexico, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Russia, Singapore,Spain, Turkey, Canada, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates,
Cont’d 5 ways the Ritz-Calton Company motivate their employees 1) Share "wow stories.“ 2) Demonstrate passion 3) Sell the benefit. 4) Ask for feedback. 5) Praise effectivelyGallo, Carmine. (2008, February 29). Employee motivation the ritz-carlton way.COMMUNICATIONS,Retrieved from http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/content/feb2008/sb20080229_347490.htm