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Management and Job Performance

Anuradha Sharma (Author)
Synopsis Despite the rapid progress in the field of organizational behaviour, knowledge about human problems in work organizations continues to be the major organizations continues to be the major challenge facing the managers today. Job performance and work motivation of employees is a major reemerging perspective of management science. This theme of human resources management is in fact the backbone of management philosophy. A philosophy of management which emphasizes just on direction and control of employees perhaps is inadequate to motivate them for better performance, in today's context. Worth of a person and individual differences need to be considered in this regard. The human asset accounting perspective of management gives due importance to such factors. An employees individual personality make-up and the way of perceiving the work situation are important determinants of his performance. A modest attempt has been made in this study to determine the psychological factors which influence the employees job performance. This and further researches in this field can provide the managers with an additional tool helpful in selection and placement of personnel and developing various work design strategies.
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About the author

Anuradha Sharma

Anuradha Sharma, an eco feminist actively associated with a body ‘DURGA’ is promoting Women empowerment, Child Culture, Education, Health, Rights etc. She participated many national as well as international conferences and contributed papers.

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Bibliographic information

Title Management and Job Performance
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1986
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788121200574
length x+140p., Tables; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.