Three-Factor Theory from the Perspective of Incentive Process

Qu Jing, Chen Shuwen, Dr. Zulfiqar Haider Zaidi

Abstract


This  paper first expounds  the Herzberg's breakthrough  cognition  of working  attitude, and then gives a short overview of the birth and  formation of the two-factor  theory, and points out the limitations of the two-factor theory. After that, the paper focuses on analyzing the limitations  of  the  division  of  factors  and  the  classification  of  factors  and  based  on  the proposed improvement ideas, a new reformative three-factor theory is proposed.


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