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Pay for Performance (Pfp) Increasing Creativity Through Intrinsic Motivation

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  • Sidra Rehman

    (National College of Business Administration and Economics)

  • Hafiz Muhammad Shahrukh

    (Master in Business Administration. Preston University, Karachi Campus)

  • Ayesha Mansha Virk

    (National College of Business Administration and Economics)

  • Mattiullah Butt

    (National College of Business Administration and Economics)

Abstract

Supervisor enhances their subordinates’ level of creativity to provide the latest insights into intrinsic motivation. Therefore, demonstrating the other site in which pay for performance decisions are controlled by the HR department through individual interaction with increasing (PFP) pay for performance and employee creativity (CR). By utilizing the sample size of 250 questionnaires out of which 206 were completed from Lahore, the city of Pakistan. We establish that the consequence of (PFP) on creativity was invariantly mediating by intrinsic motivation in such a way that both mediator or moderator, PFP had stronger positive effects on creativity. Findings show that regression, mediation and moderation analysis the actual best fit was a PFP model and the Cronbach's alpha values show higher reliability and consistency of values & all variables are very highly correlated to each other. Future study is needed for testing the scale with different cultures and different organizations. Furthermore, intrinsic motivation, as enhanced by trust in management, moderating this mediating effect of PFP on creativity. In addition, the regression path analysis exposed that intrinsic motivation mediated the moderated effect among PFP, trust in management, and creativity. The findings of the current study shed light on the processes and conditions under which, PFP may promote creativity. Key Words:PFP (pay for performance), Intrinsic motivation, trust in management, creativity

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  • Sidra Rehman & Hafiz Muhammad Shahrukh & Ayesha Mansha Virk & Mattiullah Butt, 2019. "Pay for Performance (Pfp) Increasing Creativity Through Intrinsic Motivation," International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), Center for the Strategic Studies in Business and Finance, vol. 8(2), pages 74-90, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:rbs:ijbrss:v:8:y:2019:i:2:p:74-90
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