The culture of an organization – this is the way of thinking and doing things.
Theories of motivation in organizational behavior are grouped into two main classes, distinguished by the differences in the very approaches of their authors to the analysis of motivation:
1. Needs theory. Needs are being addressed
as a source of desires (striving to achieve or possess something) and goals (specific and specific requirements) that shape behavior;
2. Theories of the motivational process for which the main
rather, the mental mechanisms and processes related to motivation are of interest.