Part of what makes McClelland’s acquired needs theory so powerful is that the work environments and job responsibilities can — and in fact, should — be tailored to meet workers specific needs.

Part of what makes McClelland’s acquired needs theory so powerful is that the work environments and job responsibilities can — and in fact, should — be tailored to meet workers specific needs. Consider the three types of needs described in section 10.1.3.

Of achievement, power, or affiliation, which is the strongest need you have? What type of position would be most likely to satisfy your greatest need?

 

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