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Employee motivation and organizational impact of innovation on employee satisfaction


  • Fuksová, Nadežda
  • Chajdiak, Jozef


Work motivation, like all motivational processes, is also subject to change as a function of the external forces that comprise an individual’s world. Recent advances in work motivation offer a plethora of opportunities for scientists and organizational practitioners interested in the understanding, prediction, and remediation of issues pertaining to how, why, and when individuals engage and invest attention, energy, time, and other personal resources in their work. The future of many businesses depends upon their ability to innovate. The company culture and leadership are the two prominent barriers to innovation. If a company's culture isn't set-up to accept new ideas and creative contributions from its staff then inventions will be unable to break through to the marketplace. The organization may be structured so that the development of an innovation is more challenging than at another business. This confining structure can be physical or, alternatively, systemic in terms of the company's culture. Motivation and commitment of workers, professionals and managers are being increasingly realized as critical factors for the company success.

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  • Fuksová, Nadežda & Chajdiak, Jozef, 2010. "Employee motivation and organizational impact of innovation on employee satisfaction," MPRA Paper 27624, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:27624

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    Employee motivation; innovations; management systems;

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    • O15 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Economic Development: Human Resources; Human Development; Income Distribution; Migration

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