Participative Management and Employees Motivation in International Business
Making business in terms of efficiency and effectiveness, respecting the rules of conduct and ethical principles is realized in the current economic climate with a difficulty increasingly higher. It is obvious that external pressures are difficult to overcome, especially since recent years have left deep marks in the economy of all states. But beyond all the factors with negative impact on maintaining a favorable position in the market, there are companies that manage to cope with the difficulties and can get over the moments of crisis. Modern vision of management assigns a special importance on human resource and outlines new directions in terms of motivational policy. The economic crisis has shown that in general financial constraints can be overcome, but it highlighted more, the importance of psychosocial motivating factors. But what happens when management style is inadequate and does not meet the expectations of employees? In which directions is heading the company when managers examples for other employees cannot cope with the stressors at work? These are just two basic questions at which we will try to formulate an answer, scientifically based, in this paper.
Volume (Year): 6 (2014)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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