What really motivates us? Humans have pondered this question for decades. Is it money, power, and fame? Or rather fear and punishment? Psychologists’ answers have varied, along with a broad transformation in prevailing views. Developed by Richard Ryan and Edward Deci nearly four decades ago, self-determination theory (SDT) has become one of the most widely accepted theories of human motivation in contemporary behavioral science.
Content: Article | Author: Sandra Knispel | Source: University of Rochester | Subjects: Human Resources, Motivation, Organizational Behavior
Research sheds light on which employee incentives work best.
Content: Article | Source: Kellogg Insight | Subjects: Human Resources, Management, Motivation, Organizational Behavior