When it comes to projects, most team members are excited to be working on something new. As a
result, project managers don't need to figure out how to motivate their team. They need to figure
out how to make sure their team's motivation doesn't decrease.
Imagine you a project manager of a new project. Discuss two or more ways you could use Maslow's
Hierarchy of Needs to maintain your team's motivation over the course of the project.
When people's wishes are not addressed, they are believed to be caused by deprivation. and
motivated individuals. Also, as the number of refusals increases, so will the drives to satisfy such
demands. For example, when a person goes without food for a long period of time, they are getting
hungrier. Maslow (1943) argued early on that people should meet your low-level open requirements
first before moving on to the higher-level growth requirements. However, he later claimed that his
wishes were not wholly or partially a phenomenon, and that his earlier words had given the false
impression that a necessity must be fully assembled before the next was developed (Bun., s. 69).
When the need for failure fills 'down', it will vanish and our efforts will be directed to fulfilling the next
set needs that have not yet been met. These will be our most visible requirements. Their
requirements for expansion, on the other hand, continue to be felt and can be improved more once
they are working. Growth requirements arise from the desire to develop as human being, not for lack
of anything. When these requirements for growth are approached in a reasonable way, one can reach
the highest level of self-realization. Every man is gifted and aspires to rise through the levels to the
degree of self-realization. Unfortunately, development is often hampered by the inability to meet low-
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