Types of Motivation:
In an industrial set-up, motivation might be intrinsic as well as extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation is associated to the job one is doing. While a skilled operative performs a job well, s/he derives a sense of satisfaction. This is intrinsic motivation that satisfies the creative instinct of an individual.
Extrinsic motivation is external to the job or task. For example, financial incentives for doing a job well or giving higher production might motivate the workers. Other external motivators are praise from the superior for good work, recognition of good performance through the company in the form of public citation and award, admiration of fellow workers, and improved working conditions and other facilities.