Tag Archives for " intrinsic motivation "
In this month’s Oxford Review (PDF Download): Developing evidence-based HR Keywords: human resources, human capital, evidence-based HR, HR analytics, HR digitisation In many organisations human resources or human capital analytics have been adding significant value and the operational use of HR analytics has been growing exponentially over the last few years. This study looks […]Read more
Keywords: flow, work performance, task absorption, intrinsic motivation, focus, work enjoyment, self-determination theory, personal resources The feeling of being in flow is one where you have settled into a nice rhythm and cadence of work, are completely immersed, feeling a sense of progression, enjoyment and motivation. When we achieve a state of flow we do […]Read more
How people get into flow at work. You know that feeling where you have settled into a nice rhythm and cadence of work, are completely immersed, feeling a sense of progression, enjoyment and motivation? When we achieve a state of flow we tend not to notice the passage of time, as we are wholly focused […]Read more
What is Intrinsic Motivation? Intrinsic motivation refers to behaviour that is driven by internal rewards. For example, someone who plays football because they like it and it makes them feel good would be said to have intrinsic motivation. See also extrinsic motivation Back to the Oxford Review Encyclopaedia of TermsRead more