- Language: English
- 160 Pages
- Published: April 2013
- Region: United States
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Motivational Interventions and Their Effect on Corporate Performance. Edition No. 1
- Published: June 2009
- 212 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
This study examines the motivational strategies
being employed in the corporate environment and the
impact that those strategies are having on employee
attitudes and performance. This study targeted the
motivational strategies used by upper and middle
management, therefore the employees, as well as
their individual managers, were surveyed within
various organizations across the country. There
were obvious discrepancies between the questionnaire
results and focus group results of how managers and
employees view the current motivational strategies'
impact on employee attitudes, employee performance,
and employee job satisfaction levels. As a result
of this research, additional insights were gained
with regards to the variations in results between
the questionnaire data and the focus group data.
This study is significant because it uses human
performance technology strategies to study
motivation in the workplace and it suggests
interventions for the identified gaps. It also
identifies the current perceptions, attitudes, and
problems being created as a result of the
motivational strategies being employed.
Denise , Weiss.
Denise Weiss earned her Ph.D. from the University of South
Alabama in Instructional Design