Inspire and motivate people to improve organizational performance

Rastogi, Prakash
October 2007
Colourage;Oct2007, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p40
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the factors that contribute in inspiring and motivating people to improve organizational performance. The primary focus of managers in organizations remains the management of tangible assets, such as cash, equipment and land. However, creating efficient and effective workforce is the sole of the organization. Thus, organizational leadership is important, and seen as creating a participatory process for employee involvement and motivation to build organizational capability.


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