Motivation and Organizational Climate
Division of Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1968 - Employee morale - 214 pages
Monograph on human relations problems in management, with particular reference to employee Motivation and to personnel management techniques in the USA - covers aspects of occupational psychology, management attitudes, employees attitudes, leadership, communication, theoretical aspects of management behaviour, job satisfaction, aspects of labour productivity, etc. Bibliography pp. 209 to 214.
MOTIVATION AND BEHAVIOR
THE CONCEPT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE
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achievement motivation affiliation motivation analysis Analysis of Variance aroused motivation Atkinson basic changes Chapter climate dimension climate model CLIMATE QUESTIONNAIRE FORM concept conflict correlated created described EFFECTS OF CLIMATE emphasis employees environment Exhibit 4.1 expectancies and incentives F-ratio factors feedback feelings formal friendly ganizational goals high n high need hypotheses ideal climate Identity important influence interaction interpersonal kinds LEADERSHIP STYLE INPUTS mate mean measure ment motivated behavior n Achievement n Affiliation n Power need for achievement need for affiliation need for power norms Organization A British Organization B Balance Organization C Blazer organizational climate patterns perceived positive power motivation president problems Radar relationships reported role-set sales organizations salesmen sample shown in Exhibit situation situationally specific Standard Scores statistically significant structure task thematic apperception test thematic apperceptive Three Simulated tion tivation Warmth and Support Week workers zational