motivation as an incentive for Value creation
Elvira Nica (),
Dragos Huru () and
Ana-Maria Iulia Åžanta
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Elvira Nica: Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Ana-Maria Iulia Åžanta: Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Proceedings of Administration and Public Management International Conference, 2021, vol. 17, issue 1, 50-56
Motivation of employees is a key-aspect in organizations, with important implications at the level of organizational management. Motivation becomes part of the corporate culture and is reflected in the values of the organization. By increasing motivation, the organization may achieve a competitive advantage. Value creation may be a consequence of increased motivation within the organization. Non-monetary incentives, such as motivation, play an increasing role in the current business environment. Non-monetary incentives trend to gain more importance than monetary issues. This research hypothesis is analysed in the present paper. The research topic of the present paper consists in understanding motivation as an incentive for value creation in organizations, trying to conclude which incentives trigger motivation. A qualitative research approach is used on the present paper in order to formulate results and conclusions to the research questions. The novelty and originality of the present paper is ensured by proposing an international perspective and a multidisciplinary research approach. The research findings may be useful for human resources departments in organizations, which represents a social impact of the present research.
Keywords: motivation; incentive; value creation; organizational management; corporate culture; human resources. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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