Jeffrey Pfeffer (1998) wrote in his article on ‘Six dangerous myths about pay' in the Harvard Business Review: ‘People do work for money - but they work even more for meaning in their lives. In fact, they work to have fun. Companies that ignore this fact are essentially bribing their employees and will pay the price in a lack of loyalty and commitment.'
With the support of appropriate motivation theories explain the implications of the above statement on policies affecting motivation in an organization?
"A strong organisational culture, which can be used as a tool of management control, helps to motivate staff, improves organisational performance, and should therefore be encouraged." Critically evaluate this statement.