Sunday, 10 July 2016

Examining The Impact Of Workers Motivation And It’s Effect On Productivity In Nigeria



Motivation is the key of a successful organization to maintain the continuity of the work in a powerful manner and help organization to survive. Motivation is finding a need inside the employees ind help to achieve it in a smooth process. Motivating the staff leads to broaden their skill etc) meet the organizational demands. Each manager should have the responsibi1ity to work with the staff to find out their individual needs and put them side by side to the 4 needs. Dissatisfaction also might work as guidance for the manager to explore the needs of the staff and start with it to motivate them and attract them to perform better.


Motivation drives the human being to reach its goals and organizational goals through every challenge and constraint they face in the workplace, considering it as an advantage to go ahead in the direction they have put for themselves. The need of achievement always results in a desire to do extra effort to have something done better and have the desire for success.


TABLE OF CONTENT
Title Page   
Certification
Dedication 
Acknowledgement
Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE
Introduction        
1.1Background of the study        
1.2Objectives of the study  
1.3Statement of Research problem        
1.4Significance of the study        
1.5Scope of the study         
1.6Historical background of the case study    
1.7Limitation of the study  
1.8Definition of key terms  

CHAPTER TWO
Literature review  
2.1Introduction        
2.2ERG Theory         
2.3Hygiene factors    
2.4Acquired Needs theory of David MCClenlands     
2.5Process theories of Motivation 
2.6Theory pf goal setting and task performance       
2.7V-Rooms expectancy     
2.8Douglas Mcgregor (Theory Y X & Y)  
2.9Techniques for motivating the employee    
2.10 Symptoms of poor motivation   
2.11 Techniques for Motivating the Employee     
References  

CHAPTER THREE
3.0 Research methodology  
3.1 Research Design  
3.2 Population / Samples Size of the study     
3.3 Sampling Techniques    
3.4 Method of Data Collection      
3.5 Method of Data Analysis         
3.6 Research Hypothesis     
3.7 Method of Testing Hypothesis
References  
Questionnaire      

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0Data presentation analysis and interpretation    
4.1Data Presentation and analysis respondents       
4.2Presentation and analysis of data     
4.3Research Question
4.4Presentation and Analysis of Data
4.5Research Findings

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation
5.1Summary
5.2Conclusion
5.3Recommendation Bibliography




CHAPTER ONE
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
“In order to become good at anything, the only talent you need is motivation” Charles de Gaute.
 
The manager has to learn to place the right person in the right place. A person should be given the role where they can use their skills and abilities and be concentrated towards the organization’s goals and personal goals.

Misplacement can cause dissatisfaction, less motivation, less concentration that lead to low turnover and shortage staff, commitment of mistake and loss to the

Motivation is important in any workplace and it is rrsoniil and different for each employee. Depends on different needs, different strategies will be created to satisfy these needs. Several needs and motivation theories will be discussed in the study to examine the impact of motivation on workers and its effect on productivity.

Without motivation, nothing unique will ever happen that kifil enhance the productivity of an organization.

1.2 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
In n this project work, the primary objective is to assess the ua1ity of performance of employees in Kwara State Polytechnic and motivation process used for them, categorize the different types of motivation theories, emphasize how importance and the relationship between motivation and the performance and finally to create some solutions to motivate the workers.

All above mentioned objective are mainly directed at improving the productivity of the institution

1.3 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Workers leave organization due to the fact that they are not motivated enough. Some are not willing to leave because they are not enjoying some benefit in term of promotion which leads to increase in salaries and wages, bonuses and some other incentives.

The following problem are associated with 1 complacency, declining moral, widespread discouragement, if allowed to continue, these problems in an reduce productiveness in an organization.
Nil above mentioned challenges were notice in the case study, the research work is therefore aimed at finding out the effect of motivation when applied and how it affect both workers and their productivity on the job.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
Essentially, this work will be based on the examination of motivation practice in Kwara State Polytechnic and to know the extent to which it is being carried out, the effects on the workers and productivity of the institution. More so, acquaint the various heads of department and different categories of employee in various units to the need to embrace motivation which will go a long way in achieving higher productivity.

Besides, those students in the field of administration will find it educative, interesting and challenging in that, the various activities and techniques of motivation are revealed and logically analyzed.
It will serve as an avenue to bring the very best out of each employee in the institution.

Lastly, this project will be of value to those who may to carry out similar research in the nearest future.

1.4SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The research study covers the aspect of motivation in persuading, stimulating and compelling an employee to act in a manner which fulfills the objective of the institution.

Measurement of performance before and after motivation administered on the employee, more so, the quantity and types/ form of motivation used.

i1 the above and others will be earned out taking Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin as the case study.

LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

The following limitation/ challenges were encountered in we course of working on the research project
for the research work
, Fund constraint in carrying out this research project, cost of getting materials and information as well as all inadequacies encountered.
e Lastly, the limit of coverage of the study. However, the research will toy as possible not to allow any of these constraints to affect the quality of the research work.
 


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