Teamwork and Motivation
In today’s organizations with globalization, competition and information technology, we are facing serious dilemmas. So management is considering human capital development and on the other hand discussing downsizing and outsourcing. Now they are realizing that outsourcing and downsizing is not the answer because it destroys the culture and doesn’t motivate the existing workforce. They are recognizing that the key is to develop motivation plan for the existing workforce and turn them into valuable asset for the organization. Inspiration is the foreground to motivation. Both give the power to turn a bad situation into a good result. Every business wants to strive to progress, grow, and be the best. This involves the reaction and work habits on not only the manager but the employees of the company as well. Motivation is an internal force of human being that manifests itself through people's performance in the organization. Motivational theories work as measuring tools for those manifestations. For example, an important motivational theory is the Acquired Needs Theory. One major area of this theory talks about needs into three categories: achievement, affiliation and power. These needs are linked to work preferences of my company. My motivational plan’s purpose is to build the dedicated worker and improve the organizational governance of WooWoo. I plan to teach people to develop need profiles required for success in various areas throughout my organization. People that have the need for affiliation desire friendly and warm relation with others. People that have the need for power seek to influence others and like attention and recognition. People that have the need for achievement desire to do better, solve problems, or master complex tasks. My plan will take each of these needs into consideration in order of importance:
1. Implementing a change to the overall mindset, goals, and perspective.
2. Changing the management...