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Assignment 2: Using Motivation to Improve Performance
Due Week 6 and worth 220 points
Motivation is a complex subject, but its understanding and application is central to the success of management and the organization. Imagine that the CEO of your organization (current or past) has tasked you with recommending actions to promote employee’s involvement. This is a very important task. We recommend you start by drafting an outline of you potential ideas. Thereafter, you can explain in detail your proposal to the CEO. The outline should not be a reiteration of motivation theory, but should provide succinct points that cover the key topics of motivation and provides a road map that management can implement to improve motivation within the organization.
HINT: Review Chapter 8, page 226. Also, you might want to think about a specific job or unit you worked previously.
Write a four to five (4-5) pages paper in which you:
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
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