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Hi All,


PFA the summary of all of the below.
  • Motivation Theories
    oMaslow’s “Hierarchy of need”
    oHerzberg’s Motivation-Hygiene Theory
    oMcClelland’s Theory of Needs
    oVroom's Expectancy Theory
    oB F Skinner’s Reinforcement Theory
    ·Learning Theories
    oKolb’s Learning Styles
    ·Johari Window
    ·FIRO - B
    ·Transactional Analysis
    ·MBTI
    ·Belbin’s Team Role Theory
    ·Thomas Kilmann Conflict Management Style
Happy learning!

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-HR_Activity


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Hey, The document was very useful in brushing up my concepts.....very comprehensive.. Thanks

i am going teach newly the performance management subject for MBAs.Can any body help me out to tell management games to be related to it.

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