Needs and Motivation: Assume you are a professor for a college class. The class has 4 students who have different needs: (1) Tony cannot seem to stop talking during class lectures; (2) Sharon, who is obviously very bright, tends to dominate class discussions; (3) Cindy works so many hours so late at night that she can barely keep awake in the class, and her grades are poor; and (4) Jason is a retired physician who is taking the class just to learn a little about management for his volunteer work with community youth groups. • Identify which of Maslow’s need(s) each student is trying to fulfill • Explain how you would motivate the student to perform in class Consider the same problem using Alderfer’s and McClelland’s theories 2. That’s Not Fair: Jaako Rytsola, a Finnish Internet entrepreneur, was fined $71,400 for speeding, but a college student’s fine for the same offense was only $106. Such fines, known as progressive speeding fines, vary based on the wealth of the offender. Are fines tied to income levels fair?