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This article explains two common management theories: Theory X assumes that people are only motivated to work by money, while Theory Y assumes that employees can be motivated by high-level needs such as self-actualization.

This article explains two common management theories: Theory X assumes that people are only motivated to work by money, while Theory Y assumes that employees can be motivated by high-level needs such as self-actualization.

Theory X and Theory Y

Management > Theory X and Theory Y In his 1960 book, The Human Side of Enterprise, Douglas McGregor proposed two theories by which to view employee motivation. He avoided descriptive labels and simply called the theories Theory X and Theory Y.

http://www.netmba.com/mgmt/ob/motivation/mcgregor/

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