Role of Knowledge in Two Factor Theory

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PUSTAKAWAN PTAR
Student (University), Malaysia

Role of Knowledge in Two Factor Theory

2 Factor Theory may be applied in any type of organizations and in all levels. But, again there are other elements in the work environment which may effect the motivation of employees and the organization results.
Since knowledge, such as ideas, as proposed by Tim Williams (The Star, 22 January 2011) is now the main imperative for organization success, this factor should be included in the hygiene and motivational factors. A proposal for Herzberg's Two Factor Theory 2.0 may be interesting...

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Knowledge as a Motivation Factor

Thanks for raising this issue. I believe the possibility to increase ones' knowledge or to find new ideas is a strong motivation factor for people that aspire to learn. Curious, analytical people. Many members of 12manage have a driver like that, but not all people are the same. Some people are motivated by other things like perhaps money or status.

 

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