Despite the growth in technology we have seen, the world will always need human capital in its operations, underscoring the need to keep workers motivated all the time. What makes it complicated is the dynamic nature of humans; we have seen how previously held motivation theories seem to have lost track of time and are becoming increasingly outdated every day. This work seeks to depart from the Scientific Management theories that assumed humans behave in defined set standards and reactions by measuring the actual levels of motivation and adjusting them in line with their impact on production in order to achieve the optimum amount of motivation.
About the author
Mqondisi Bhebhe is an academic, a Management graduate and publishing author in various disciplines, but with more emphasis on Academic Writing skills and Business/Economics areas. He has been, and is still, teaching at tertiary level and enjoys sharing knowledge and experience with readers from all over the world. This is the second of the 5 coming editions of the "simplified" series, with the first one already published being the Human Resource Management Solutions Textbook and a few other projects on the pipeline, all aiming to make studying easier for you. This guide is not intended to replace/supersede any existing academic writing guides as preferred by individual institutions but it will certainly give you all the basic understanding on what is required in many academic assignments. Please enjoy this work and look out for the other volumes to hit your shelves soon. Happy studying!