Alderfer Vs Abraham Maslow

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As the business environment evolves, so does the need for motivating people in order to increase productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness. With this in mind, managers are consistently balancing the company’s requirements with the needs of individuals who support the organization. Clayton Alderfer looks at the Abraham Maslow’s motivational theory and expands the principle. Maslow’s claims that if a person is lacking food or shelter, then they will not care about security. Additionally, he believed that self-actualization needs are not considered unless one external condition promotes healthiness, safety, and emotional stability. Therefore, people were only interested in higher needs once lower needs were fulfilled. Even though Alderfer

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