|List of Figuresvii|
|1. The Effort-Net Return Model1|
|2. Principle 1: Employees Will Be Motivated When They
Perceive that Effort Leads to Performance15|
|Proposition 1.1: Employees must perceive that they have, or
can easily acquire, the ability (traits, knowledge, and skills
included) to perform.15|
|Proposition 1.2: Employees must perceive that the job design
|3. Principle 2: Employees Will Be Motivated When They Perceive
that Performance Leads to Reward47|
|Proposition 2.1: Employees must perceive that rewards are
contingent on performance.47|
|Proposition 2.2: Employees must value rewards.67|
|4. Principle 3: Employees Will Be Motivated When They Perceive
a Performance-Supportive Cost Structure87|
|Proposition 3.1: Employees must perceive that the costs associated
with high effort are low.87|
|Proposition 3.2: Employees must perceive that the costs associated
with low effort are high.104|
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Book title: The Effort-Net Return Model of Employee Motivation:Principles, Propositions, and Prescriptions.
Contributors: Philip C. Grant - Author.
Publisher: Quorum Books.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1990.
Page number: v.
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