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As each level of needs is met, individual’s progress to higher-level motivators. It can be reasonably hypothesized (See Sidebar: “Why Knowledge Workers are Self-Actualizing”) that Knowledge Workers must be looking for motivation from the highest levels of the triangle – Self-Actualization. Maslow described the characteristics of the Self-Actualized Person as follows: Are realistically oriented Accept other people for what they are Are spontaneous in thinking, emotions, and behavior Are problem-centered rather than self-centered Need privacy Are autonomous, independent, and able to remain true to themselves in the face of rejection or unpopularity Have a continuous freshness of appreciation Have mystic or oceanic experiences although not necessarily religious Identify with mankind Have deep meaningful relationships with a few people Have a democratic structure and judge people as individuals Have highly developed ethics Resist total conformity to culture These characteristics, coupled with the motivational needs described by Maslow (outlined in diagram above), provide some tools for understanding how to motivate Knowledge Workers.

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The hierarchy he described may be drawn as follows: Figure Describing Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory requires that: Each individual’s needs must be satisfied at the lower levels before they progress to the higher, more complex levels.

When low-level needs are satisfied, individuals are no longer motivated by them.

Additionally the wide ethnic diversity present in the Knowledge Worker population will increase the variability of factors that will motivate team members. Retrieved [date] from, Maslow (1954) attempted to synthesize a large body of research related to human motivation.

At the same time a highly functioning team can satisfy many of the lower level needs on the hierarchy, which further strengthens the team by making it a fun, supportive and attractive place to be part. Prior to Maslow, researchers generally focused separately on such factors as biology, achievement, or power to explain what energizes, directs, and sustains human behavior. It can be argued that as society has progressed with economic development individuals have climbed Maslow’s hierarchy.The latest change (“The Knowledge Worker Revolution”) is simply a further progression that is the inevitable result of economic development. Maslow reconsidered: A review of research on the need hierarchy theory. The new dynamics of goal setting: Flextactics for a fast-changing world. According to Maslow, an individual is ready to act upon the growth needs if and only if the deficiency needs are met. Maslow’s initial conceptualization included only one growth need–self-actualization. Most Knowledge Workers have no need to worry about their physiological, security, and safety needs, so these basic, low-level needs no longer motivate their actions, although the needs are always present.

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