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La motivation au travail: concept et theories

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  • Roussel, P.
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    Le concept de motivation comme objet de recherche apparait pour la premiere fois dans les travaux des psychologues Tolman et Lewin. La famille, l'ecole, l'eglise, le parti politique sont autant de groupes sociaux qui interessent les psychologues. Tres rapidement, l'entreprise deviendra un sujet d'etude. L'essor economique de la premiere moitie du XXeme siecle est deja les premieres recessions, l'enjeu de la croissance et des gains de productivite, vont conduire les dirigeants d'entreprises a solliciter des psychosociologues.

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    Paper provided by LIRHE - Universite des sciences sociales Toulouse in its series Papers with number 326.

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    Length: 19 pages
    Date of creation: 2000
    Handle: RePEc:fth:lirhet:326
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