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Akagbusum, Mr. Jerome Onoja and Stella Asibor whom I had the privilege to
ABSTRACT
CHAPTER ONE 1
CHAPTER TWO 24
CHAPTER THREE 182
CHAPTER FOUR 190
CHAPTER FIVE 200
CHAPTER SIX 238
CHAPTER ONE
CHAPTER TWO
2.0 Literature Review
2.1 Theoretical Framework
2.2 The Evolution of Motivational Concepts
2.3 Origin of the Word Motivation
2.4 Process Theories of Motivation
2.5 Need Theories
My Evaluation of Maslow’s theory
My EVALUATION OF HERZBERG’S WORK
2.6 Equity Theory of Motivation
2.7 Expectancy/Valance Theory
2.7.1 Vroom’s Expectancy Theory
2.7.2 Porter and Lawler Expectancy Model
2.7.3 Lawler’s Revised Expectancy Model
Expectancy theories Implications for Organisation
2.8 The Path-Goal Approach
2.9 McClelland’s Achievement Motivation Theory
2. They prefer personal responsibility for performance. They like to
2.10 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
2.11 Workers Morale, Attitude and Job Satisfaction in relation to
Motivation
2.12 KURT LEWIN’S FIELD THEORY
2.13 Motivation and Money
2.14 Role Modelling as a Motivational Model
2.15 Behavioural Theory
2.16 Social Learning Theory
2.17 Instrumentality Theory
2.18 Motivational Patterns In Personnel Administration
2.19 Labour Union and Workers Motivation
2.20 Comparison of Public Service and Private Organisation
2.21 Organisational Theories and Structure
Contemporary definition
Classification of organizations:
2.22 The Worker Problem of Allegiance and Morale
2.23 Major Development Within the ABB Organisation in Nigeria
ABB Activities in Nigeria
ABBNG LIMITED
ABB POWERLINES LIMITED
2.24 The history of ABB structure and employee productivity
Hierarchical Levels
Span of Control:
Organizational Integration
Coordination by Plan
Coordination by Mutual Adjustment
2.25 Contemporary Theories of Motivation
2.25.1 Attribution Theory
2.25.2 Other Reviews
2.26 Improving workers' productivity
Conclusion
CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FOUR
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 Discussion of the Results
Research question one
Research Question Three
Research Question four
Research Question Six
Question 8 states thus: Even without motivation some workers still put in
their best
incentives and rewards exert a stronger influence on workers than any
other form of motivational factor
5.2 Summary
CHAPTER SIX
BIBLIOGRAPHY
QUESTIONNAIRE
PART II
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