|About the book|
Porter, Bigley, and Steers' 7th edition of Motivation and Work Behavior is a scholarly reader/text designed for upper-level and MBA courses in Motivation and Organizational Behavior. The 7th Edition's new title and content demonstrates the text's concentration on the major contemporary theories, research, and applications specifically related to the topic of motivation and work behavior. The vast majority of the material in the revision is entirely new and several articles were written specifically for inclusion in the 7th Edition of Motivation and Work Behavior. The readings and cases nature of the text encourages critical thinking and applied learning of major academic theories.
|Table of contents|
Part One: Initial Considerations
Chapter 1: Motivation in Organizations
Mitchell, Terence R., and Daniels, Denise. Observation and Commentary on Recent Research in Work Motivation.
Chapter 2: Conceptual Approaches to Motivation at Work
Ryan, Richard M., and Deci, Edward L. 2000. Self-determination theory and the facilitation of intrinsic motivation, social development, and well-being. American Psychologist, 55(1): 68-78.
Mowday, Richard, and Colwell, Kenneth A. Employee reactions to unfair outcomes in the workplace: The contributions of Adams’ equity theory to understanding work motivation.
Cropanzano, Russell, and Rupp, Deborah. An overview of organizational justice: Implications for work motivation.
Komaki, Judith. Reinforcement theory at work: Enhancing and explaining what employees do.
Locke, Edwin A. 1996. Motivation through conscious goal setting. Applied and Preventive Psychology, 5: 117-124.
Stajkovic, Alexander D., and Luthans, Fred. Social cognitive theory and self-efficacy: Implications for motivation theory and practice.
Part Two: Central Issues in Motivation at Work
Chapter 3: The Role of Cognitions, Beliefs, and Attitudes in Motivation
Staw, Barry M. 1986. Organizational psychology and the pursuit of the happy/productive worker. California Management Review, 28(4): 40-53.
Rousseau, Denise M., and Tijoriwala, Snehal A. 1999. What’s a good reason to change? Motivated reasoning and social accounts in promoting organizational change. Journal of Applied Psychology, 84(4): 514-528.
Luthans, Fred. Positive Organizational Behavior: Implications for Leadership and HR Development and Motivation.
Chapter 4: The Role of Goals and Intentions in Motivation
Klein, Howard J., Wesson, Michael J., Hollenbeck, John R., and Alge, Bradley J. 1999. Goal commitment and the goal-setting process: Conceptual clarification and empirical synthesis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 6: 885-896.
O’Leary-Kelly, Anne M., Martocchio, Joseph J., and Frink, Dwight D. 1994. A review of the influence of group goals on group performance. Academy of Management Journal, 37(5): 1285-1301.
Crown, Deborah F., and Rosse, Joseph G. 1995. Yours, mine, and ours: Facilitating group productivity through the integration of individual and group goals. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 64(2): 138-150.
Chapter 5: The Role of Affect in Motivation
Raghunathan, Rajagopal, and Pham, Michel T. 1999. All negative moods are not equal: Motivational influences of anxiety and sadness on decision-making. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 79(1): 56-77.
Venkatesh, Viswanath, and Speier, Cheri. 1999. Computer technology training in the workplace: A longitudinal investigation of the effect of mood. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 79(1): 1-28.
Chapter 6: The Role of Social Influences in Motivation
Porter, Lyman W., Lawler, Edward E. III, and Hackman, J. Richard. 1975. Ways groups influence individual effectiveness. (Holdover from previous edition)
Vardi, Yoav and Wiener, Yoash. 1996. Misbehavior in organizations: A motivational framework. Organization Science, 7(2): 151-165.
Whyte, Glen. 1998. Recasting Janis’s groupthink model: The key role of collective efficacy in decision fiascoes. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 73(2/3): 185-209.
Chapter 7: The Role of Cross-Cultural Influences in Work Motivation
Hofstede, G. 1993. Cultural constraints in management theories. Academy of Management Executive, 7(1): 81-94.
Sanchez-Runde, Carlos J., and Steers, Richard M. Cultural influences on work motivation and performance.
Frese, Michael, Kring, Wolfgang, Soos, Andrea, Zempel, Jeannette. 1996. Personal initiative at work: Differences between east and west Germany. Academy of Management Journal, 39(1): 37-63.
Meek, Christopher B. 1999. Ganbatte: Understanding the Japanese employee. Business Horizons, January-February, 27-36.
Chapter 8: The Role of Individual Differences in Motivation
O’Reilly, Charles A. III and Chatman, Jennifer A. 1994. Working smarter and harder: A longitudinal study of managerial success. Administrative Science Quarterly, 39: 603-627.
Pilegge, Anthony J. and Holtz, Rolf. 1997. The effects of social identity on the self-set goals and task performance of high and low self-esteem individuals. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 70(1): 17-26.
Part Three: Applications of Motivational Approaches
Chapter 9: Rewards
Lawler, Edward L. 1987. The design of effective reward systems. In J. W. Lorsch (ed.), Handbook of Organizational Behavior. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, pp, 25-271.
Kerr, Steven. 1995. On the folly of rewarding A, while hoping for B. Academy of Management Executive, 9(1): 7-14.
Pearce, Jone L. 1987. Why merit pay doesn’t work: Implications from organizational theory. In D. B. Balkin and L. R. Gomez-Mejia (eds.), New Perspectives on Compensation, pp. 169-178.
Pfeffer, Jeffrey. 1998. Six dangerous myths about pay. Harvard Business Review, May-June, 109-119.
Duncan, W. Jack. 2001. Stock ownership and work motivation. Organizational Dynamics, 30(1): 1-11.
Chapter 10: Punishment
George, Jennifer M. 1995. Asymmetrical effects of rewards and punishments: the case of social loafing. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 68: 327-338.
Butterfield, Kenneth D., Trevino, Linda K., and Ball, Gail A. 1996. Punishment from the manager’s perspective: A grounded investigation and inductive model. Academy of Management Journal, 39(6): 1479-1512.
Chapter 11: Motivating Creativity aand Innovation
Amabile, Teresa. 1997. Motivating creativity in organizations: On doing what you love and loving what you do. California Management Review, 40(1): 39-58.
Cummings, Anne and Oldham, Greg R. 1997. Enhancing creativity: Managing work contexts for the high potential employee. California Management Review, 40(1): 22-38.