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Work motivation: past, present, and future

By: Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (U.S.).
Contributor(s): Kanfer, Ruth [Editor] | Chen, Gilad [Editor] | Pritchard, Robert D [Editor] | Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (U.S.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The organizational frontiers series no; 27. Publisher: New York Routledge 2008Description: xxxv, 680 p.ISBN: 9780805857450.Subject(s): Employee motivation | Psychology, IndustrialDDC classification: 658.314 Summary: his edited volume in SIOP's Organizational Frontiers Series presents the current thinking and research on the important area of motivation.Work Motivation is a central issue in Industrial organizational psychology, human resource management and organizational behavior. In this volume the editors and authors show that motivation must be seen as a multi-level phenomenon where individual, group, organizational and cultural variables must be considered to truly understand it. The book adopts an overall framework that encompasses "internal" - from the person - forces and "external" - from the immediate and more distant environment - forces. It is destined to challenge scholars of organizations to give renewed emphasis and attention to advancing our understanding of motivation in work situations. (http://www.routledge.com)
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Includes bibliographical references and index

his edited volume in SIOP's Organizational Frontiers Series presents the current thinking and research on the important area of motivation.Work Motivation is a central issue in Industrial organizational psychology, human resource management and organizational behavior. In this volume the editors and authors show that motivation must be seen as a multi-level phenomenon where individual, group, organizational and cultural variables must be considered to truly understand it. The book adopts an overall framework that encompasses "internal" - from the person - forces and "external" - from the immediate and more distant environment - forces. It is destined to challenge scholars of organizations to give renewed emphasis and attention to advancing our understanding of motivation in work situations. (http://www.routledge.com)

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