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Multi-dimensional model for measurement of the motivation level and its relationship with organizational performance

Stefanescu, Silviu Cristian (2019): Multi-dimensional model for measurement of the motivation level and its relationship with organizational performance.

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Abstract

Motivation is an essential ingredient in ensuring employee performance and productivity. Even when employees have the right skills, clear work goals are formulated and there is a favorable work environment, they would not do their job without an intense motivation to achieve these goals. Motivated employees are excited to exert a certain level of effort (intensity), for a certain period of time (persistence), towards a distinct goal or direction. Motivation is essential for any discussion of employee behavior within the organization, as it has a direct link to individual and collective performance; it is assumed that the motivated worker is the productive worker. Not everyone is motivated by the same rewards, and managers need to think about adapting the motivational environment to the individual, depending on the organization's policies. In this paper we propose a multi-dimensional model for measuring the degree of motivation and its relationship with organizational performance.

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