chapter at a glance
In our busy multi-tasking world where work, family, and leisure are often intertwined, there's much to consider when trying to build high-performance work settings that also fit well with individual needs and goals. Here's what to look for in Chapter 6. Don't forget to check your learning with the Summary Questions & Answers and Self-Test in the end-of-chapter Study Guide.
WHAT IS THE LINK BETWEEN MOTIVATION, PERFORMANCE, AND REWARDS?
Integrated Model of Motivation
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards
Pay for Performance
Pay for Skills
WHAT ARE THE ESSENTIALS OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT?
Performance Management Process
Performance Appraisal Methods
Performance Appraisal Errors
HOW DO JOB DESIGNS INFLUENCE MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE?
Job Enlargement and Job Rotation
Job Characteristics Model
WHAT ARE THE MOTIVATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES OF ALTERNATIVE WORK ARRANGEMENTS?
Compressed Work Weeks
Flexible Working Hours
Would you buy into this vision: high-quality products and minimum impact on the environment? Workers at the outdoor clothing supplier Patagonia Inc. do. Says one MBA who turned down a job with a global giant to start as a stock handler at one of the firm's California stores: "I wanted to work for a company that's driven by values." And those values driving Patagonia begin with the founder, Yvon Chouinard. "Most people want to do good things but don't. At Patagonia," he says, ...