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Motivation And Performance In Organization

Costin Alexandru Panait ()
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Costin Alexandru Panait: IWE

Global Economic Observer, 2019, vol. 7, issue 1

Abstract: - The aim of the research is to structure and highlight both existing and novelty concepts of motivation, to analyze their impact on employee performance within the organization. The motivation has been extensively analyzed over time and a set of theories and models have been formulated to find answers to the question: "Are people born self-motivated or motivation has to be induced?" Performance at individual, organizational and macroeconomic level have direct implications on the competitiveness of a firm and a country. The organization can only cope with the required competitiveness changes by focusing managers efforts on what the customer wants or the market; in daily work between subordinate managers, employee motivation/satisfaction will or may not favor the firm's effort on the market. In order to succeed in daily work with subordinates, managers / decision-makers need to know, understand as fully as possible the motivation process within the organizational framework. There are several theoretical developments that emphasize the organizational factors in trying to explain the motivation of the employee at work, namely the factors that predominantly belong to the company or organization (the salary system, the management team, the control-supervision system, the communication among the members teams, feedback, how to promote positions, admitting employee initiatives, participation in decision-making).

Keywords: motivational phenomenon; performance; environmental factors; motivating factors; motivation systems; non-financial motivation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019-06
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