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Achievement, recognition, and work satisfaction are examples of hygiene or motivator factors?
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Motivator (Two factor theory)
Individuals' perceived needs influence their behavior. Motivated behavior is increased if a person perceives a positive relationship between good performance and outcomes/rewards is the tenets of the ____________ theory.
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Expectancy
This theory is an operant approach to organizational behavior and follows an ABC model...
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OB Modification Theory (Organizational Behavior)
What is the ABC Model?
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The OB Modification theory uses the ABC Performance Analysis Model. A= antecedent analysis of clear expectations and baseline data collection. B=behavioral analysis and determination. C=consequence analysis, including reinforcement strategies.
A leader who uses positive reinforcement to motivate followers to repeat (+) behaviors in the workplace and motivates the staff to avoid negative situations that cause discomfort, he is exercising the concepts of the _________ theory.
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OB Modification
Theorist? Trait Theory
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Stogdill
Theorist? Style Theory
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Shartle, Stogdill, & Likert
Theorist? Contingency Model
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Fiedler (Situational-Contingency theory)
Theorist? Normative Decision Making Model
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Vroom and Yetton (Situational Contingency Theory)
Theorist? Path-Goal Theory
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House and Mitchell (Situational Contingency theory)
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Theorist? Trasformational theory
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Bass, Bennus, Nanus, Tichy, Devanna
Theorist? Hierarchy of Needs
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Maslow
Theorist? Two-Factor
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Herzberg
Theorist? Expectancy Theory
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Vroom
Theorist? OB Modification theory
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Luthans (builds on Skinner's work)
Complexity theory is arising from what disciplines?
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Physical sciences and social sciences
__________ science promotes the idea that the world is full of systems that interact and adapt through relationships.
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Complexity
In _________ theory, decision making is distributed among all people involved in an organization without regard to a hierarchy and decisions make sense within the framework of interactions.
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Complexity
According to complexity theory, what does leaderhip require?
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An engaged interaction with an event and the people in it
WHat are the 5 ways complexity science encourages individuials to lead, manage and follow?
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It encourages development of networks, encourages nonhierarchial, "bottom-up" interaction among workers, wncourages leadership tag development, focuses on emergence and systematic thinking.
A _________ is any related group with common involvementin an area of focus or concern.
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Network
  
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