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The director of the facility engaged a group of SDT researchers to work with the staff to facilitate meaningful change in the orientations of the staff and their interactions with the patients. , 2005). As well, the researchers explored the need satisfaction of patients in the facility and the relation of their need satisfaction to their autonomous motivation for being in treatment. First, employees who were found to experience more basic need satisfaction in the facility displayed more positive attitudes toward the patients and greater buy-in to the program.
Maslow maintained that the needs in his hierarchy are evolved, and indeed there can be no doubt that some of them are (certainly the lowest level physiological needs are inherent aspects of being human). However, little or no research using the Maslow framework has attempted to determine whether the various needs are indeed innate or may instead either be learned or emerge when evolved needs are unsatisfied. , Diener, Horowitz, & Emmons, 1985). , Hagerty, 1999). Accepting the general idea of a hierarchy, many organizational psychologists have argued that because the lower-order needs are generally well satisfied among residents of the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, it is primarily the higher-order needs that are the strong motivators in these locales.
That is, it became clear that people internalize values and extrinsic regulations in part to be related to people who endorse those values. An Organization Development Intervention Other research has focused not on specific external, social-contextual factors, such as rewards and choice, but instead on the general social climate or ambience being either supportive of autonomy or controlling of behaviors. For example, research examining an organization development intervention assessed the degree to which managers in branch offices of a Fortune 500 company were autonomy supportive versus controlling and found that those who were more autonomy supportive had employees who were more satisfied with their jobs and were more trusting of the top management, thus indicating that managerial styles of immediate supervisors affect how their subordinates experience not only their jobs but even the company’s top-level managers (Deci, Connell, & Ryan, 1989).