Context of Business Motivation Theories

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CONTEXT OF BUSINESS-MOTIVATION THEORIES
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTIONOrganisation is a comprehensive unit which is aimed at carrying on commercial work byproviding goods and services in order to meet the needs of customers. This article is based on themotivated workforce of business who is encouraged to perform good in order to achieve themain objectives of the company. It will also help in understanding the Dynamic and changingenvironment of the business. This study will help in identifying the individual needs for thesustainability of the organisation by formulating Vroom's expectancy theory and Herzberg's twofactor theory. This study will also provide the comparison of the motivated staff member withthe demotivated workforce which result in low productivity and quality of product.MAIN BODYMotivation is the concept of boosting the morale of the employees in order to enhance theperformance of the individual. Motivated employees brings the high level of energy inperforming the job that result in effective productivity of the workers. A successful journey ofan enterprise can be determined by quality of goods and services produced by the company. Soeffective production activities are carried out by a motivated workforce who are directly engagedin operational tasks. So the employees are the original assets of the company who need to betreated well. It is very important to satisfy the employees of organization as it allows themanagement to meet the main objectives and hence motivated staff can leads to increaseproductivity and allows company to achieve higher throughput. In order to retain the employeesof the company, Managers need to create a positive impact on them so that the workforce feelmotivated which will ultimately result in the effective and efficient productivity of the firm. Onthe other hand, if the employees of the company are demotivated, dis-satisfied or frustrated withthe negative environment of the business then it may result in ineffective productivity in whichbusiness have to face huge economic loses. Therefore, it is very important for the managers tounderstand the internal and external factors of the business.Growth and sustainability of the business enterprise is mainly depends on various factorslike resources, physical facilities, plants and equipment, objectives, size, structure and mostimportantly the relationship with the people inside the organization etc. The factors which affectthe performance of the business environment may be internal or external factors(Lehmann,2016).Indirect factors also affects the activities of the firm much more effectively then directfactors. So theses factors need also to be considered while formulating the policies and strategies1
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