The last century has seen a wide variety of approaches to motivation, from scientific management through financial incentives, productivity bargaining to job enrichment. Psychologists and other social scientists have attempted to help industry through the development of theories on motivation and management style. This book, first published in 1976, reviews these efforts and attempts to evaluable their effectiveness. This title will be of interest to students of business studies and human resource management.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgement; Editor’s Introduction; 1. Introduction 2. Motivation by Management – Pre-1939 3. Research Associated Activities – Pre-1939 4. Research Associated Activities – Post-1939 5. Motivation by Management – Post-1939; References and Name Index; Subject Index
Hywel Murrell (Author)