Ed.D. Organizational Leadership
Theory and Development of Motivation
Short Faculty Bio:
This course covers the theory and development of motivation. Major interest is placed on motivation, models, and strategies for enhancing motivation in individuals and groups, variables affecting (and affected by) motivation and environmental influences on motivation.
Course Pre-requisites: None
Required Textbook: Title: Motivation: Biological, Psychological, and Environmental
(3rd Ed.) 2010
Allyn & Bacon
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
(5th ed.). (2001).
American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.:
Required Articles: Article information will be provided for each module as appropriate.
Journal Articles (Articles not listed for specific modules are optional resources):
Gagne, M. & Deci, E. (2005). Self-determination theory and work motivation. Journal of
Organizational Behavior, 26(4). 32 p.
Seo, M., Barrett, L. F., Bartunek, J (2004). The role of affective experience in work
motivation. Academy of Management Review, 29(3), 423-439.
Bowey, A. (2005). Motivation: The art of putting theory into practice. European
Business Forum, 20, 17-20. ISSN: 1469-6460
Ramlall, S. (2004). A review of employee motivation theories and their implications for
employee retention within organizations.
Journal of American Academy of
Business, Cambridge, 5, no. 1/2 (Sep 2004): p. 52-63, No. 653882471, copyright
Journal of American Academy of Business September 2004
Reis, D. & Pena, L. (2001). Reengineering the motivation to work. Management
Decision, 39(8), 666-675. ISSN: 0025-1747 Number: 259618571
Isaac, R. G., Zerbe, W. J., & Pitt, D. C.(2001). Leadership and motivation: The effective
application of expectancy theory. Journal of
Managerial Issues. 13(2), 212-226.
ISSN: 1045-3695 Number 76143555, Copyright Pittsburg State University,
Department of Economics Summer 2001
Locke, E. and Latham, G. (2004).What should we do about motivation theory? Six
recommendations for the twenty-first century. Academy of Management Review,
29 (3), 388-403.
Argyris, C (1998). Empowerment: The emperor's new clothes. Harvard Business Review,
Hoffman, E. (1988). Abraham Maslow: Father of enlightened management. Training,
Quick, T. L (1988). Expectancy theory in five simple steps. Training and Development
Journal, 42(7), 30-32.
Klein, H. (1989). An integrated control theory model of work motivation. Academy of Management Review, 14(2), 150-172.
Course length: 7.5 Weeks
Contact Hours: 45 Hours
Credit Value: 3.0
1. Leadership in Teams: Given an organizational situation, identify strategies to develop, maintain, motivate, and sustain self-managed teams using concepts, theories and techniques of team leadership.
2. Collaboration in Teams: Given a case study or leadership situation, collect, assimilate, disseminate, and maximize the views of team stakeholders in order to reach defensible goals with minimal conflict.
3. Conflict: Given an organizational situation that requires interpersonal or interdepartmental action, identify situations of conflict, diagnose the impact of both overt and covert behavior, and develop a plan for conflict resolution using evidence-based methods.
4. Ethics: Given an organizational setting, identify ethical and dilemma-resolution practices, and make evidence-based decisions that integrate personal, social, and corporate responsibility.
5. Communication: Communicate orally and in writing to individuals and groups in a...
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