Working Motivation: Key Success of Public and Private Organization’s Management

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Motivation is an important factor affecting human’s behavior as it stimulates the people’s effort to attain the organization’s goal. Therefor it is necessary to imply the motivative application of work performance for suitably situation which this article presents an overview of work motivation theories, classified as content theories and process theories. The content theories cover needs hierarchical theory, intrinsic and extrinsic approaches. The process theories include goal-setting theory, equity theory, expectancy theory, and equity theory, including organizational motivation strategies as guidelines for improving work motivation in order to meet the successful public and private management organization.

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