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An investigation of the relationship between creative ability and managerial motivation

Albert, Michael

An investigation of the relationship between creative ability and managerial motivation

by Albert, Michael

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Published by Georgia State University College of Business Administration in Atlanta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Creative ability,
  • Management

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael Albert
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 100 leaves
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22784005M

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The relationship among employee motivation and job performance has been studied in the past (Vroom, ). But high statistical relationship between the two were not instituted. Notwithstanding, later on research resolved that employee motivation and job performance are indeed mutually related.

Motivation is a subject that has long interested researchers and practitioners seeking to understand human behavior and performance. Over the course of the 20th century and into the new millennium, scholars have developed sweeping theories and have amassed large bodies of applied research investigating motivation across a variety of settings File Size: KB.

Motivation is a helpful instrument in the hands of management in exciting the workforce. Motivation increases the willingness of the workers to work, thus increasing effectiveness of.

PDF | Conventional human resource theories developed over the years suggest that there is inter-relationship between job satisfaction and creativity and | Find, read and cite all the research Author: Timira Shukla. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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Management Summary This bachelor thesis is focused on the relationship between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and employee performance. The thesis is a literature research and thus a review by the work of others. In earlier research on this topic conducted. The findings found that: structural equation modeling of causal relationship of motivation affects organizational loyalty of employee of modern trade also correlated with the empirical data where.

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Taylorism, or scientific management, is the original job-design theory. It stresses standardization of tasks and proper training of workers to administer the tasks for which they are responsible. The Concept of Motivation 9 Leadership in Indian Corporates 14 2 Review Of Literature 21 Theories and Background of Leadership 25 Recent theories of Leadership Styles 38 Employee Commitment 47 Employee Motivation 63 Employee Commitment within Corporate Sector 65 Employee Motivation within.

It could indicate a lack of ability, a poor managerial choice or the need for additional training. In the case of a poor situation, greater managerial support is required and managers need to create a more favorable situation as well as assign people to positions where they will succeed.

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The necessity of this work is situated in it provision of solutions to Nigerian employees’. leadership. Leadership is the ability to increase a group toward the get the vision or set of goals.

It is one of the managerial Qualities of the company or the organization which interaction with the workers of the organization and has a large impact on the turnover rate of the organization. 1 1 Motivation Chapter 11 Psy 2 What Motivates You To Come To Class. 3 Motivation Motivation is a need or desire that energizes behavior and directs it towards a goal.

What’s the difference between a need and a desire. Extrinsic motivation is something outside the person that energizes behavior. Research has shown that motivation is an extremely important element in being creative. It's generally accepted there are two forms of motivation, external and internal.

External motivation comes from the outside in the form of punishment or reward. You get paid or you could get a bonus at work, so you do well. That's the idea. Adopting an autocratic management style can affect employee productivity and motivation as it tends to: Create a sense of mistrust between Managers and employees; Not be the ideal place to foster creative ideas from employees, nor encourage them to.

Topic 1: The Distinction Between Investigative Tasks and Investigative Thinking. To understand the process of investigation, it is necessary to comprehend the distinction between investigative tasks and investigative thinking. Investigative tasks relate to the information gathering processes that feed into investigative thinking and the results.

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Team Building If productivity levels can be impacted by an employee’s unwillingness to share information in the team building process, it is necessary to define productivity in terms of an organization and its relationships.8.

Management by Objectives: It is used as a motivation and technique for self-control of this technique supervisor and subordinates set individual and organizational goals. Each individual’s responsibilities are clearly defined which would help identify the skill sets one has to make the best use of the same to meet organizational mission and vision.