Even if a person gets adequate motivation to get the job well done, the hygiene factors are also much necessary to keep moving forward. This factor is as important as the other factors.
The various factors that individuals identify to pursue dream was developed based on basic interest and other environmental factors to satisfy the threshold factor. (Herzberg, Mausner & Snyderman, 1959)
Consistent to the factors that Hertzberg model predicts, the intrinsic factors did serve as a source of job satisfaction, but other factors lead to dissatisfaction. A report was generated in view of a nursing job with numerous nurses answering the factors affecting the work condition which lead to dissatisfaction of work. This scholar article suggested few changes that provided better job satisfaction for nurse practitioners (Koelbel, Fuller & Misener, 1991).
The various factors are analyzed and both the theories prove promising factors that leads to motivation. Maslow’s theory explaining that lower order needs physiological, safety and social and higher order needs self esteem and self- actualization proves good results in normal lifestyle of a person. Hertzberg’s theory explains that hygiene factors are the lower order needs and other satisfiers are of higher order. Both the theories have proven to be right and there are various factors which bring in similarities and differences in both. The best fit for personal needs of a person could be taken from Maslow’s theory and the best fit for professional needs of a person can be found with Hertzberg theory, concluding which both the theories brings out the best factors which would motivate a person to achieve the dreams in personal and professional life with the major factors in place.