Theory X,Y, and Z (Theories of Human Motivation) | From A Business Professor
In management, theory X, Y and Z are theories of human motivation relating to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and how human behavior and motivation are factors in productivity. They describe how management style is influenced by the perception that managers hold of their employees.
So what are the differences among these three theories? How they are implemented in the workplace? In this video, I will answer these questions for you.