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And here is Herzberg’s “Motivation-Hygiene Theory”, just for underlining some of Dan Pink’s findings (see  previous post) 
The basic concept behind the 2 factor motivation theory is that some factors (like salary, if not enough) may lead to  dissatisfaction but can not increase satisfaction.
Most of the times on job interviews you can hear software developers saying that they are best motivated by an interesting job to do, which really fits the other part of the theory: if a team member has no really interesting job to do, he will not be dissatisfied on the short term. However it can greatly improve the motivation of employees if they advance, got new responsibilities, recognition and interesting tasks to execute.
motivation tips

And here is Herzberg’s “Motivation-Hygiene Theory”, just for underlining some of Dan Pink’s findings (see  previous post

The basic concept behind the 2 factor motivation theory is that some factors (like salary, if not enough) may lead to  dissatisfaction but can not increase satisfaction.

Most of the times on job interviews you can hear software developers saying that they are best motivated by an interesting job to do, which really fits the other part of the theory: if a team member has no really interesting job to do, he will not be dissatisfied on the short term. However it can greatly improve the motivation of employees if they advance, got new responsibilities, recognition and interesting tasks to execute.

motivation tips