Nancy works in a factory that produces dolls and other toys. To improve productivity, Nancy’s manager broke down each job into its component tasks, determined the best way to perform each task, and specified the output to be achieved by each worker performing the task. As a result, Nancy is expected to add arms and legs to 50 dolls per day. She is paid $2.50 per doll, but if she exceeds 50 dolls in a day, she receives an additional $1.50 per doll. This scenario relates to ((the classical theory of motivation.))

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