Motivation and performance in organizations
Assumption from which we start in our approach is that organizations are not just members of the human resources that contribute to the smooth running of the organization; they are the organization itself. A significant role in the operation of the organization's motivation. More than just the application of certain techniques, management philosophy, manifested in the Manager’s attitude toward the people he leads as well as the reaction of subordinates toward this attitude can leads to successful motivation of employees. To demonstrate a specific motivation which mobilizes both managers and employees for performing a task, I applied two self-knowledge exercises a manager and 20 employees it has in him, from a firm of confections. Non-response analysis revealed that there is a hierarchy for each employee or for a group of employees of the motivational factors that can rise in their work in the company management, which entails developing motivation complex actions.
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