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Journal of Competitiveness

Motivation to Performance as a Prerequisite for an Increase in The Corporation Competitiveness

Birknerová Zuzana, Litavcová Eva

Keywords:
motivation to performance, manufacturing corporation, competitiveness, LMI questionnaire

Abstract:
Motivation of employees is an impulse, which encourages the workers to increase their work performance, effort, competitiveness, and it is a distinct way leading to prosperity and stability of an organization. Motivation occurs when workers expect that a certain action will lead to the fulfillment of a given goal, as well as to rewards that would satisfy their individual needs. Well-motivated workers are those who have clearly defined goals and who take steps to reach them, work effectively and have a well-developed sense of responsibility because they know that their effort helps the organization to succeed in a strong competitive environment and also to fulfill their own interests.

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ISSN 1804-171X (Print); eISSN 1804-1728 (On-line)


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