CLASSMATE ANSWERS 4
The classmate has pointed out clearly the effective ways ofcommunicating to the management. He has also pointed to the forms ofcommunication he would avoid such as being confrontational.Additionally, the classmate has insisted on the need to negotiate andinvolve the management through explaining the idea to them. Accordingto the author, negotiation would ensure that the managers understandthe idea and provide time to discuss it. This classmate advocates fora direct approach to the managers.
This classmate prefers written form of communication in the form ofa memorandum to the management team regarding the idea he has. Thisclassmate prefers this method since it will ensure that the managershave time to reviews the idea. The managers will also receive allmemorandum simultaneously hence making the method efficient andeffective. The classmate believes that the managers will approve theproposal based on the written memorandum.
The third classmate focuses on a communication method that will savethe top managers’ time. He proposes an executive summary as amethod of communicating his idea. This is meant to communicate to themanagers the idea he has without providing too much details to themand yet they have little time. This classmate provided a newperspective to the communication method that would be effective. Hebrought in the issue of the managers’ time, as well as providingbrief details of idea.
This classmate does not seem to understand clearly the question thathe was meant to answer. Instead of providing the communication toolthat he would employ, the classmate has provided the strategy that hehas in mind that would enhance patient care. Although the method heproposes involves enhancing communication within the workplace, it isclear that he gave the wrong answer.
This classmate has clearly provided the difference betweenthe intrinsically motivated and extrinsically motivated individuals.He asserts that the difference is in the provision of a reward orotherwise. This is a factual argument that clearly differentiates thetwo types of motivation. To make the difference even clearer, theauthor has provided perfect examples of how children play footballsince they like to play unlike the athletes who run for trophies andmoney.
This classmate clearly postulates that the difference betweenintrinsic and extrinsic motivation is that the extrinsic meansinternal while extrinsic means external. He uses these meanings toexplain the difference between the two forms of motivations. Herefers to rewards as outcomes which he asserts that they areessential in extrinsic motivation.
The author differentiates the two forms of motivation throughstating that intrinsic motivation comes from within and intrinsicallymotivated people do not need any pressure to work on a job. They doit out of their own will and do not care the views of other people.This is contrary to the extrinsically motivated people who must bepressured to perform. The author has presented the difference clearlyand precisely. In other words, the difference is clear andunderstandable.
The classmate provides a similar difference as the above threeclassmates. He gives the example of himself as a nurse and how hefeels satisfied when his patients are treated successfully. He hasbrought out the difference between the two through the examplesperfectly. He points out to the extrinsic motivation that emanatesfrom external promises of reward or avoidance of punishment.