Motivation of the Human Resources for a Sustainable Organizational Development
This paper addresses the issue of human resources motivation which is considered one of the most important ways for a sustainable organizational development. The author was conducted a special research on the issue and the main findings are presented and analyzed in the content of this paper. The objective of the research was to identify new possibilities for increasing the degree of human resources motivation for supporting a more sustainable organizational development. Based on ideas from critical realism and critical theory, the paper argues against the limitative approach of motivation of the human resource in the 21st century. The research has made it possible to identify the most relevant behavioral dimension of human resources motivation process. The last part of the paper includes some recommendations for the modern managers in order to support them to become higly effective along the sustainable organizational development process.
Volume (Year): 14 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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