What Precisely is Expectancy? Definition




Expectancy Theory
Knowledge Center

Forum
15
William P., Canada

What Precisely is Expectancy? Definition

According to Vroom, Expectancy is the 'momentary belief concerning the likelihood that a particular act will be followed by a particular outcome'.
It can range from zero (belief that the outcome will not follow on from the act) to one (certainty that the outcome will follow on from the act).
 

Rating

 
1
Andreas, Germany
 

Meaning of Expectancy (Vroom)

You should see expectancy as the perceived probability between effort and performance.
It can range from 0% (the individual believes it is not all likely) to 100% or 1 (the individual perceives it is sure that a given effort will lead to a desired performance).

 
0
Daniel Jennah
Director, Reunion
 

Expectancy is Subjective

Expectancy in the probability is a subjective part in management. We can define NEEDS and do our best to meet them.
But it is just speculation trying to give a definition of expectancy. It's not an exact method, it's just about "feelings".
So I'm afraid expectancy is the least way to make human resources the first resource of a company.

   

More on Expectancy Theory:
Summary
Discussion Topics
How Can You Motivate Knowledge Workers?
What Motivates Employees? The Answer Depends (Partly) on their Generation
All 3 Elements in Expectancy Theory are Mandatory
Why People Want to Become Leaders? Motivations to Lead
Misunderstandings About Motivation
Motivation in Non-Profit Organizations
🔥How to Deal with Demotivated Employees: Learned Helplessness
Controlling the Minds of Employees
Is your Job Meaningful?
Extended Version of the Expectancy Theory (Lambright)
👀What Precisely is Expectancy? Definition
Motivating an Employee by Valence
Expectancy Theory versus Human Needs?
Effort Leads to Performance, But Only to a Certain Extent
Human Motivation Lies Within
What Precisely is Valence? Definition of Valence
Measuring Motivation:The PIAV Assessment
Motivation is Owned by the Individual
Motivation Should be a Two-way Process
Problems with Expectancy Theory. Disadvantages
Identify your Passion for Success
The Importance of the Goals in Motivating Workers
Special Interest Group

Do you know a lot about Expectancy Theory? Become our SIG Leader

Expectancy Theory
Knowledge Center



About 12manage | Advertising | Link to us / Cite us | Privacy | Suggestions | Terms of Service
2023 12manage - The Executive Fast Track. V16.1 - Last updated: 29-3-2023. All names of their owners.