Organizational behavior: 1. Essential theories of motivation and leadership

Organizational behavior: 1. Essential theories of motivation and leadership Book

  • Author(s): Miner, John B.
  • Published: 2005
  • Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
  • ISBN: 0765615231 (cloth : alk. paper) 9780765615244 (pbk.) 0765621835 (electronic bk.)

Abstract: Science and its theory The conduct of research and the development of knowledge From social psychology and personality theory : Kurt Lewin Achievement motivation theory : David Mcclelland Motivation-hygiene theory : Frederick Herzberg Job characteristics theory : Richard Hackman, Edward Lawler, and Greg Oldham Expectancy theories : Victor Vroom, and Lyman Porter, and Edward Lawler Operant behavior and organizational behavior modification : Clay Hamner, Fred Luthans, and Robert Kreitner Equity theory : J. Stacy Adams Goal setting theory : Edwin Locke and Gary Latham Attribution theory-managerial perceptions of the poor performing subordinate : Terence Mitchell and Stephen Green Normative decision process theory : Victor Vroom, Philip Yetton, and Arthur Jago Contingency theory of leadership : Fred Fiedler Vertical dyad linkage and leader member exchange theory : George Graen Information processing theory of leadership : Robert Lord Substitutes for leadership : Steven Kerr Role motivation theory : John Miner Charismatic leadership theory : Robert House Transformational leadership theory : Bernard Bass

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