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- Plant Wide Incentives. Caley, Michael // Management Services;Dec1976, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p16
Looks at plant wide incentives based upon the concept of value added, examining their construction and how they operate. How incentives fit into the growing demand for employee participation; Ways that incentives link achievement to reward; Common reservations about this approach; Criteria that...
- Keeping minds on the prize. Blyth, ALex // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/15/2011, Issue 2955, p34
The article offers tips on how travel agencies can motivate and give incentives to their remotely-located agents in Great Britain. Travel agencies are advised to pay their agents with high rate of commission so that they will be motivated to sell more. They are suggested to employ group-based...
- Motivating in-Demand Employees. Kroth, Michael; Boverie, Patricia // New Mexico Business Journal;Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p57
Offers tips on motivating in-demand employees. Description of an ideal working environment; Benefits from the development of an environment for passionate work; Factors which take away passion out of work.
- Skip the formal programs but stick to the basics. // Managing People at Work;Nov2011, Issue 356, p5
The article offers advice on how to ensure ongoing motivation among employees by focusing on what drives each of them to excel and respond accordingly.
- Incentivizing is the Key to Obtaining Reviews. Bishop, Matt // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;3/4/2013, Vol. 248 Issue 9, p22
The author discusses the need for good employees to have incentives to motivate them to do more good things for the company.
- SPORTING GOODS INDUSTRY HALL OF FAME NAMES 2011 INDUCTEES. // SGB;Oct/Nov2010, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p12
The article reports that Jim Baugh, President of Wilson Sporting Goods Co., Tom Raynor, chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fleet Feet Inc., and Ted Stahl, executive chairman of GroupeSTAHL, are elected as 2011 Hall of Fame Class by the Sporting Goods Industry in the U.S. It is stated...
- Motivational Orientation as an Internal Marketing Tool in Service Training: A Study of Service Delivery in a Hospital. Mosahab, Rahim; Mahamad, Osman; Ramayah, T. // International Journal of Business & Management;Feb2011, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p93
This research analyzes the various socio-psychological orientations of hospital service employees towards service training in the Imam Khomeini hospital, Tehran, Iran. The study focuses on instrumental and integrative orientations of employees in taking service training. In order to determine...
- Career Models and Culture Change at Microsoft. Olesen, Carrie; White, David; Lemmer, Iris // Organization Development Journal;Summer2007, Vol. 25 Issue 2, pP31
This paper asks and answers the question: What are the intervention options for driving culture change in a company that continues to benefit from success, and lacks a burning platform for change? The answer: Focusing on employee motivation in the context of career opportunities while directly...
- Competencies: Alternative frameworks for competitive advantage. Cardy, Robert L.; Selvarajan, T.T. // Business Horizons;May/Jun2006, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p235
Abstract: Competencies in organizations can be broadly classified as employee-level and organizational-level. Since organizational-level competencies are embedded in employee-level competencies, the identification of the latter is important for organizations interested in using competencies to...