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'''Alderfer’s ERG Theory of motivation''' was developed by [[Clayton Paul Alderfer]]. He further expanded [[Maslow's hierarchy of needs]] by categorizing the hierarchy into his ERG theory of motivation (Existence, Relatedness and Growth).
 
'''Alderfer’s ERG Theory of motivation''' was developed by [[Clayton Paul Alderfer]]. He further expanded [[Maslow's hierarchy of needs]] by categorizing the hierarchy into his ERG theory of motivation (Existence, Relatedness and Growth).
*He categorized the lower order [[physiological]] and [[safety]] needs into the Existence category.
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*He categorized the lower order [[physiological motivation|physiological]] and [[safety]] needs into the Existence category.
 
*He fittted Maslow's interpersonal [[love]] and [[esteem]] needs into the Relatedness category.
 
*He fittted Maslow's interpersonal [[love]] and [[esteem]] needs into the Relatedness category.
 
*The Growth category contained the [[self actualization]] and [[self esteem]] needs.
 
*The Growth category contained the [[self actualization]] and [[self esteem]] needs.

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Alderfer’s ERG Theory of motivation was developed by Clayton Paul Alderfer. He further expanded Maslow's hierarchy of needs by categorizing the hierarchy into his ERG theory of motivation (Existence, Relatedness and Growth).

He then proposed a regression theory to go along with the ERG theory. He said that when needs in a higher category are not met then individuals redouble the efforts invested in a lower category need. For example if self actualization or self esteem is not met then individuals will invest more effort in the relatedness category in the hopes of achieving the higher need.


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