Effects of scenario-based learning on motivation and performance: a case study of multiunit managers in a Fortune 500 retail organization, The
The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of scenario-based learning on motivation and performance in the workplace. The primary focus was whether scenario-based learning can increase motivation by using a training process designed to add value to the concepts being taught, shifting motivation to part of the integrated self, and therefore creating more of a basis for "self-determined behavior" (Deci & Ryan, 2005, p. 15). The suggestion that scenario-based learning could promote self-determined behavior also supports the potential for improved performance (Deci & Ryan, 2005). The study ...
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Chermack, Thomas J.