Intrinsic motivation to self-organization

In the late nineteenth century, Frederick Taylor developed a scientific management theory, also known as “Taylorism,” the first theory which describes motivation. Taylorism is based on “Extrinsic motivation,” such as fame, money [1], which holds true for mechanical work. However, for the knowledge worker, “Intrinsic motivation” plays a significant role; therefore, Taylorism is not a suitable tool for them. For…