EXISTENCE RELATEDNESS AND GROWTH ALDERFER PDF

Generally, the propositions were tested with various samples that included managers, non-managers, students and professionals. Even though the research provided mixed results, most of the proposition still yielded enough support to maintain their viability. In cases where the research provided inconsistent results, Alderfer identified the factors that could explain the discrepancies, resulting in a revision of proposition 2, 4, 6 and 7. Thus the final basic propositions are as follow [2] : The less existence needs are satisfied, the more they will be desired. When both existence and relatedness needs are relatively dissatisfied, then the less relatedness needs are satisfied, the more existence needs will be desired.

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Generally, the propositions were tested with various samples that included managers, non-managers, students and professionals. Even though the research provided mixed results, most of the proposition still yielded enough support to maintain their viability. In cases where the research provided inconsistent results, Alderfer identified the factors that could explain the discrepancies, resulting in a revision of proposition 2, 4, 6 and 7. Thus the final basic propositions are as follow [2] : The less existence needs are satisfied, the more they will be desired.

When both existence and relatedness needs are relatively dissatisfied, then the less relatedness needs are satisfied, the more existence needs will be desired.

The more existence needs are satisfied, the more relatedness needs will be. When relatedness needs are relatively dissatisfied, then the less relatedness needs are satisfied, the more they will be desired; when relatedness needs are relatively satisfied, then the more relatedness needs are satisfied, the more they will be desired. The less growth needs are satisfied; the more relatedness needs will be desired.

The more relatedness needs are satisfied; the more growth needs will be desired. When growth needs are relatively dissatisfied, then the less growth needs are satisfied, the more they will be desired; when growth needs are relatively satisfied, then the more growth needs are satisfied, the more they will be desired.

In , the revised proposition 4 has been validated in a controlled laboratory study using active managers, by Alderfer, Robert Kaplan, and Ken Smith. Going beyond the issues that were of concern to Maslow, Alderfer set forth a number of propositions that dealt with the effect of desires on satisfactions [3] : When existence materials are scarce, then the higher chronic existence desires are and the less existence satisfaction.

When existence materials are not scarce, then there will be no differential existence satisfaction as a function of chronic existence desire. In highly satisfying relationships there is no differential relatedness satisfaction as a function of chronic relatedness desires. In normal relationships, persons very high and very low on chronic relatedness desires tend to obtain lower satisfaction than do persons with moderate desires.

In highly dissatisfying relationships, then the higher chronic relatedness desires are, the more relatedness satisfaction there is. In challenging discretionary settings, then the higher chronic growth desires are, the more growth satisfaction there is. In nonchallenging, nondiscretionary settings, there will be no differential growth satisfaction as a function of chronic growth desires. However, there is a consensus for the general concept proposed by the need theorists, where human behaviors are motivated by the desire to fulfill a human need.

As mentioned by John B. Miner: "Research has not supported the need hierarchy line of theorizing to a significant extent, and interest in following this approach further has clearly waned. It would take a major theoretical, or research, breakthrough to revive it. Thus, the simple fact that we cannot prove or disprove a theory does not demean its validity, nor is it indicative of a lack of a practical application.

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Employee Retention Strategies Clayton P. The first two levels ofMaslow. Relatedness Needs: social and external esteem involvement with family, friends, co-workers and employers. The third and fourth levels of Maslow. Growth Needs: internal esteem and self actualization the desire to be creative, productive and to complete meaningful tasks. ERG Theory recognizes that the importance of the three categories may vary for each individual. Managers must recognize that an employee has multiple needs, which must be satisfied simultaneously.

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