Motivation, Leadership and Control

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Motivation, Leadership and Control by Mind Map: Motivation, Leadership and Control

1. Importance of motivation and leadership

1.1. Job Satisfaction

1.2. Morale

1.3. Turn Over

2. motivation theories

2.1. Classical Theory

2.2. Behavior Theory

2.3. Contemporary Motivational Theories

2.3.1. Theories X and Y

2.3.2. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Model

2.3.3. Two-factor Theory

2.3.4. Expectancy Theory

3. Strategies for Enhancing Job Satisfaction

3.1. behavior modification

3.2. Management by objectives

3.3. Participative management and empowerment

3.4. Job enrichment and job redesign

3.5. Modified work schedules

3.5.1. Work-Share Programs

3.5.2. Flextime Programs

3.5.3. Telecommuting/Virtual Office

4. Managerial Styles

4.1. Autocratic

4.2. Democratic

4.3. Free-Rein

5. Definition of controlling

5.1. Controlling is the process of measuring performance and taking action to ensure desired result.

6. The importance of controlling

6.1. It facilitates co-ordination

6.2. It helps in planning

6.3. Protecting the workplace

7. Three Types of Control

7.1. work inputs

7.1.1. feed-forward control

7.2. work throughputs

7.2.1. concurrent control

7.3. work outputs

7.3.1. feedback control

8. Process of Controlling

8.1. Establishing standards

8.2. Measuring performance

8.3. Comparing the actual performance with standard performance

8.4. Take necessary action