854 (group x gender) Need for Achievement
(N-Ach) Between group 2 1.
As per my Table 1, it seems reasonable that those with a high need for achievement
and who truly crave power might be tempted to become ruthless.
Validating a student's need for achievement
can lead to a self-affirmation process as students reach higher levels of achievement (Terenzini et ah, 1993).
Thus it was assumed by researchers that entrepreneurs would take moderate risks in trying to satisfy their need for achievement
, (11) and propensity to take risks would be higher than managers.
Grounded in the fact that both mastery and performance goals are based on need for achievement
thus are significant positive predictors of persistent and effortful behavior patterns of learning.
Need for achievement
and women's career over 14 years: Evidence for occupational structure effects.
In a study of entrepreneurs in New England and rural Florida, need for achievement
was found as a personality trait that differentiated founders and non-founders of entrepreneurial firms (Babb & Babb, 1992).
They are need for achievement
, power and affiliation, and these have to be continuous, throughout one's life for personal and entrepreneurial growth.
When this factor was mentioned to others, most admitted that bad bosses had certainly sparked the idea to quit the organization, but other factors such as organization culture, the organization's corporate brand identity, one's self-esteem and one's need for achievement
prevented them from immediate action.
This article studies need for achievement
, need for identification, and self-oriented motivation as examples of non-executives' motivational drivers that complement pro-organizational motivation to impact cooperation and engagement in board roles.
In line with researches of Maslow (1943, 1954), Murray (1938, 1943), McGregor (1960, 1966), and McClelland (1955, 1961, 1965), it examines the five categories of needs, namely need for achievement
, need for power, need for affiliation, need for security, and need for status to explore the nature and level of needs and motivations of Latin entrepreneurs in Japan.
They include need for achievement
(Koh, 1996; Langan-Fox & Roth, 2005; McClelland, 1985), locus of control (Bonnett, 1991; Entrialgo et al.