Motivational Theorists Whose Theories Work in Practice
A professor of industrial management, Douglas McGregor, placed managers into one of two categories—Theory X or Theory Y—according to the manager’s’ basic assumptions about their employees. The assumption a manager makes affects the way he or she deals with subordinates—and hence the way they’re likely to respond.
- Two types of management and motivational theories
- Theories on motivational approaches and how these theories work in practice