A Contribution of Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory Is That It:
A contribution of Herzberg's two-factor theory is that it:
A) distinguishes between the need for power versus achievement.
B) reminds managers to focus on intrinsic as well as extrinsic rewards.
C) illustrates that needs have to be satisfied in a specific order.
D) proves that human wants are insatiable.
E) suggests that job design is of little consequence to employee motivation.
Which of the following psychological states does the Hackman and Oldham model link with the core job dimensions of skill variety,task identity,and task significance?
A) Knowledge of the actual results of the work activity
B) Experienced responsibility for the outcome of work
C) Experiencing high satisfaction with the work
D) Learning about how well the job was performed
E) Experienced meaningfulness of the work
According to Hackman and Oldham's model of job design,the degree to which a job provides independence and discretion in making decisions refers to:
B) task identity.
According to the Hackman and Oldham model,the best way to design an enriched job in which employees experience responsibility for the outcome of the work is to provide:
A) task identity.
C) skill variety.