2016
DOI: 10.1108/bpmj-09-2015-0132
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Values, motivation, commitment, performance and rewards: analysis model

Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate how construct values, motivation, commitment, performance and reward are associated with professionals from different countries, from the framework of a hypothetical structural model. Design/methodology/approach The survey was cross-sectional, descriptive and quantitative. The sample of individuals corresponding to three different countries, with information collected from a sample of 406 respondents, and from a convenience sample of two companies, one comp… Show more

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“…Intrinsic motivation (IM) refers to internal or personal motivations that can affect one's behavior [32]. In this model, IM affects work attitude and personal valance (attitudes towards reward and punishment).…”
Section: Intrinsic Motivationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Intrinsic motivation (IM) refers to internal or personal motivations that can affect one's behavior [32]. In this model, IM affects work attitude and personal valance (attitudes towards reward and punishment).…”
Section: Intrinsic Motivationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, higher education institutions must develop anger and conflict management training programs. These training sessions can boost faculty members' motivation to manage anger and bring harmony to the organization (Abbas et al, 2017;Monteiro de Castro et al, 2016). When higher education institutions maintain healthy interpersonal relationships, faculty members become more productive and bring innovative solutions to complete routine tasks instead of feeling anxiety and anger when encountering uncertainty at work.…”
Section: Pop On Employees Motivationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…al., 2007;Gentry at. al., 2007;Monteiro de Castro at. al., 2016;Mathur & Prasad, 2014;Kahn, 1990), or online (Beinicke & Kyndt, 2020;Alemdag, Gul Cevikbas & Baran, 2020;Billett & Choy, 2013;Eraut, 2004;Francisco, 2020).…”
Section: Sourcementioning
confidence: 99%