The implication of adequate motivation on worker’s productivity in an organization is the result of the author’s thirty years of experience of managing staff in all levels of application in engineering and management. The book examines the implication of staff productivity in an organization, especially in the Nigeria workplace and issues involved in the designing and promoting of such programs.
The result has provided a conceptual framework upon which motivational programs in the Nigerian workplace are based, as well as the type of activities and skills that are involved. The rationale is on such programs that will help employees deal with personal problems that might affect their productivity. The book covers the fundamentals rudiment of the employee motivational process and the appropriate steps needed to successfully implement the findings.
This book also addresses the values and culture of the Nigerianization norms that may affect the success of implementation of the solution suggested in the book.