Motivation – Process-Based Theory
Motivation is key to your company. It’s what fuels good ideas, drives hard work, and encourages team work. There are many theories that view motivation as an action aimed at satisfying a need. However, there is other research that views motivation as a rational process. It claims that individuals analyze their environment, develop thoughts and feelings, and react in certain ways. Process theories attempt to explain the thought processes of individuals who demonstrate motivated behavior.
- The basic concepts of process-based motivation by reviewing equity theory
- The concept of justice process-based motivation
- How people think about and react to equity and inequity
- How employees can be motivated or demotivated by their perceptions of justice