Goal-Setting Theory of Motivation

The goal-setting theory of motivation assumes that behavior is the result of conscious goals and intentions. Therefore, by setting goals for people in the organization, a manager should be able to influence their behavior. Given this premise, the challenge is to develop a thorough understanding of the processes by which people set goals and then work to reach them.

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