Discussion questions BUS 4000 Organizational and Management Theory
INSTRUCTIONS: I am international student dont make answers and language very perfect please.
Answer the following question. Make sure to provide substantive answers. This means going beyond just providing a synopsis; rather it means either identifying the relevancy (i.e., pros and cons) of the material and/or replying to another classmates post in order to elaborate salient information that is noteworthy in context of this class. Use of supplemental source material and/or examples that objectively support your point is highly encouraged. On time posting requires it be done no later than by midnight of the due-date specified in the syllabus.
QUESTION:5 As a future [or current] manager, which of the theories presented up to this point would you most likely identify with for use in motivating your own employees? Why? And do you see any downsides with it? (ansur 1 or 2 paragraphs)
QUESTION:6 How would Herzbergs motivation theory help to explain why two people, holding the same job in two different firms, might be motivated by different motivators? Can you offer up some new examples? (ansur 1 or 2 paragraphs)
COURSE MATERIAL: Gibson, J. (2011). Organizations: Behavior, Structure, Processes (14 ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. (ISBN 978-0078112669
Christensen, C., & Raynor, M. (2003). Why hard-nosed executives should care about
management theory. Harvard Business Review, 81(9), 66-74. Retrieved from the
Business Source Elite database.
Nixon, L. (2004). Change management: Theory and practice. (Cover story). Businessdate,
12(1), 1-5. Retrieved from the Academic Search Premier database