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Alasdair Gourlay

What I’m Going To Present
Vision Statement.

What research I have done.

Summary and findings of research.

Revised Vision Statement.

Where I go from here.

Vision Statement
What ? - Explore psychological theories and models of motivation.

E.g. Intrinsic and Extrinsic, Need Theories etc.

How ? - By reading academic journals, working papers, textbooks etc.

In May, compile all of my research and summarise my own thoughts in an essay/essays and update my blog.

Why ? – I have a high level of interest and I wanted to something not necessarily linked with games.

Outcome-Based Theory of Work Motivation – Pablo Cardona, Barbara S. Lawrence and Alvaro Espejo.

Why Did You Do That? An Economic Examination of the Effect of Extrinsic Compensation on Intrinsic Motivation and Performance – Harvey S. James, Jr.

Incentives and Workers Motivation In the Public Sector – Josse Delfgaauw.

The Impact of Target Setting on Managerial Motivation & Performance - Clive R. Emmanuel, George Kominis and Sergeja Slapnicar.


Motivation Crowding Theory: A Survey Of Empirical Evidence – Bruno S. Frey and Reto Jegen.

Motivation, Knowledge Transfer, and Organizational Form – Margit Osterloh and Bruno S. Frey.

Work Motivation, Institutions, and Performance – Simon Gächter and Armin Falk.

Understanding the Roles of Intrinsic Motivation, Monetary Rewards, and Creative-thinking Skills in New Product Design – Page Moreau, Darren W. Dahl, Amitava Chattopadhyay and Gerald J. Gorn.

The Effects of Performance Measurement and Compensation on Motivation – Marco van Herpen, Mirjam v Praag and Kees Cools.

Intrinsic versus Extrinsic Motivation
Extrinsic motivation is performance to attain an outcome.
This is whether or not an activity is also intrinsically motivated.

Competition etc.
Intrinsic motivation is internal and is driven by an interest or enjoyment in the task.

Self-efficacy beliefs

Motivation Crowding Theory
Extrinsic motivators such as monetary incentives or punishments can undermine Intrinsic motivation.

In the example the ‘wage rate’ reaches a peak before having a negative effect on ‘hours worked’.

Revised Vision Statement
What ? - Focus highly on Intrinsic and Extrinsic theory and Motivation Crowding theory.

How ? - By reading academic journals, working papers, textbooks etc.

In May, compile all of my research and summarise my own thoughts in an essay/essays.

Why ? – Interesting and a move away from games.

What’s Next
Crowding-Out of Intrinsic Motivation - Opening the Black Box – Antoinette Weibel, Katja Rost and Margit Osterloh.

HRM Practices Affecting Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation of Knowledge Receivers and Their Effect on Intra-MNC Knowledge Transfer – Dana Minbaeva.

Intrinsic Motivation and Extrinsic Incentives: An Experimental Investigation of Endogenous Guidance and Gatekeeper Behaviour – Amy K. Choy and Ronald R. King.

Intrinsic Motivation, Discrimination and the Child Labor-Schooling Trade-Off: Some Empirical Findings – Bernhard Ganglmair.

Assessment and Intrinsic Motivation – Martin Turner and Rachel F. Baskerville.

Questions ?