Using Herzberg's Two Factor Theory in Small Companies

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Kevin Parry
Director, United Kingdom

Using Herzberg's Two Factor Theory in Small Companies

How can you apply Herzberg 2 factor theory in a small company (5-10 employees)?
Any experiences? Does anyone know of a simple set of tools?

  Erika Iquina
Student (University)
 

Applying Herzberg Theory in Small Companies

It needs to be studied in order for us to know whether group size affects employees' motivation.
At our organization, I have observed that employees tend to be more productive and more organized when working with a smaller number of employees because everything runs more smoothly and is easier to manage.

  Hafeeza Maxy Self
Student (University), Malaysia
 

Applying Theory of Herzberg in Small Companies

Sure you can use it, but the population is small as small companies have just a few employees.
Therefore it's easier for managers to observe their employees and to detect their tasks.
But their satisfaction will still depend on individual characteristics. Some can cause certain employees to be satisfied with their work.

  Edward Ramos
Professor, United States
 

Motivation in Small Business Management

Small businesses can utilize Herzberg's motivational theory, however it becomes an issue of strategy, which many small b...

  W Atkinson
Management Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Herzberg in Small Businesses

Often the issue with small companies is that they haven't got the hygiene factors in place because everyone thinks the m...

  Michael Nwosu
Entrepreneur, United Kingdom
 

The Importance of Hygiene Factors in Small Businesses

@W Atkinson: I completely agree with you on the need to have a conducive environment for staff engagement to be optimall...

 

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