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This paper discusses the motivation strategy most suitable for the Superior Wrench Corporation (SWC). The paper explores the differences between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. The paper looks at strategies, techniques and approaches regarding conflict resolution within organizations and identifies the most suitable conflict resolution strategy for SWC. The paper also discusses conflict stimulating techniques that would be best suitable for SWC's employees.
From the Paper:"The organizational role that personnel's motivation plays refers to the major impact that motivation has, directly or through other management elements, on the organization's functioning and performances. Given the fact that motivation stimulates the abilities, know-how, and energy of personnel, which is the most important resource of any organization, that mobilizes all the other resources, motivation's effects on organizational level are extremely powerful. Motivation's contents and methods used by an organization, contribute in a significant manner to imprinting certain organizational culture characteristics."
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Organizational Behavior (2007, October 28) Retrieved August 20, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/organizational-behavior-99044/
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