The role of motivation in the management of the enterprise
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Akademia Wojsk Lądowych imienia generała Tadeusza Kościuszki
Magdalena Agnieszka Dobrzańska   

Akademia Wojsk Lądowych imienia generała Tadeusza Kościuszki
Publish date: 2019-02-04
Submission date: 2018-08-27
Acceptance date: 2018-12-19
JoMS 2018;39(4):135–152
The main goal of the research is to define the state of motivation in the organization and the impact of employee motivation on the development of the organization.

Material and methods:
One of the methods of the diagnostic survey was used for the study - a questionnaire which was carried out on the employees of the administration department in an international corporation. The employees prepared the questionnaire separately in a specially prepared room, without the interference of third parties. This was to prevent manipulation of test results.

The results were presented using diagrams and charts.

A comprehensive analysis of the conducted research on a selected group of respondents allows to determine the following conclusions: 1. Characteristics of the respondents showed that in the studied environment prevails, a group of young people aged 31-40, mainly men with higher education, which translates into the way of meeting the needs in the process of motivation; 2. Employees raise their qualifications professionally, which means that their training and education process is paid for by the employer who invests in the human capital of the company; 3. Employees assess their relations with superiors at a very good level, well above average; 4. The structure of the incentive system positively affects the employees' attitude to the scope of duties; 5. The more motivated employee the more innovation he brings to the company and more often his ideas are implemented into the organization's structures; 6. The greater the motivation, the greater the success of individual units and entire teams; 7. A large number of employees in the process of delegating rights contribute to the development of the organization, making important decisions independently;

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