Compare/contrast early motivation theories to the contemporary theories. What the “early theories” were lacking and what the “contemporary theories” added to address the shortcomings of the early theories.
Early motivation examples: Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, McGregors Theory X and Y, Herzbergs two factor theory, McClellands three needs theory. contemporary theories: goal setting, Equity theory, expectancy Theory… review both types carefully and write a one page essay on what the “early theories” were lacking and what the “contemporary theories” added to address the shortcomings of the early theories. Thanks!
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