Motivation in Work Organizations

@inproceedings{Lawler1973MotivationIW,
  title={Motivation in Work Organizations},
  author={E. Lawler},
  year={1973}
}
  • E. Lawler
  • Published 1973
  • Political Science, Psychology, Economics
  • For more than twenty years, Edward E. Lawler III has had worldwide influence in the areas of management and organization design. This landmark book, one of the most-cited volumes on the topic of motivation in the workplace, defines Lawler's basic philosophy: in order to have effective organizations, we must understand how to motivate and encourage effective individual performance. Time-tested theories have been the basis for nearly all of Lawler's subsequent work in the areas of pay and reward… CONTINUE READING
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