Welcome to our article on the self-determinant theory of motivation that states that motivation is driven by three universal psychological needs: competence, autonomy, and relatedness.
The Job Demand-Control (JDC) Model is a widely recognized framework in occupational health psychology that examines how job demands and the level of control or decision latitude employees have affect their stress levels and job satisfaction
A cross-functional team consists of individuals from different departments or areas of expertise who come together to work on a specific project or goal.
This articles explores the key differences with formal versus informal communication channels and why both are important in organizations.
The framing effect is a cognitive bias which suggests that people’s decisions are influenced by the way information is presented to them.
The Five Stage Model highlights the common patterns that groups tend to follow as they progress. From the initial stage of forming, where group members come together and get acquainted, to the final stage of adjourning.
The Fundamental Attribution Error often means there are false reason why something happened, we have to look into why something happened, but look at it in a broad way, not just straight away looking into people’s minds and behavior.