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Title:ANALIZA MOTIVACIJE ZAPOSLENIH V ORGANIZACIJI
Authors:Rutar, Tjaša (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Final seminar paper (mb14)
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Diplomski seminar »Analiza motivacije zaposlenih v organizaciji« je razdeljen na dva dela. V prvem teoretične delu razlagamo kaj je motivacija, kako jo razlagajo različni avtorji in strokovnjaki na tem področju, motivacijske teorije in predstavljamo mehke dejavnike motiviranja. Predstavljamo tudi pomembnost človeškega kapitala v organizacijah in njegove značilnosti. Za zaposlene, ki so vir človeškega kapitala je v organizaciji pomembna možnost izobraževanja, razvoja, vzpodbujanja s strani nadrejenih. Zelo pomembna pa je tudi preventiva ali pomoč pred stresom ali stanjem izgorevanja zaposlenih. Vse navedeno je del nalog, ki jih opravlja management v sodobnih organizacijah in se počasi uveljavlja tudi v javnem sektorju, kar je predstavljeno v zadnjem delu teoretične razlage. V drugem aplikativnem delu diplomskega seminarja je opravljena raziskava na zgoraj omenjeno temo. Najprej smo predstavili opis organizacije, opredelitev segmenta anketirancev, predstavili rezultate opravljene raziskave in jih povzeli v ugotovitvah ter predlogih. Naše ugotovitve so, da so zaposleni v organizaciji nezadovoljni, vendar za stanje niso odgovorni samo vodilni, temveč tudi sistem organiziranosti javnega sektorja katerega del je tudi okrožno sodišče. Dejansko stanje je zaskrbljujoče, vendar ne brez rešitve. Rešitve so, potreben je le trud in veliko volje do želenih sprememb za boljšo učinkovitost, višjo kakovost ter večje zadovoljstvo do dela.
Keywords:Motivacija, zaposleni, organizacija, mehki dejavniki motivacije, motiviranje, človeški kapital, management človeških virov, analiza, raziskava, merjenje zadovoljstva, ugotovitve.
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[T. Rutar]
Source:Koper
UDC:331.1
COBISS_ID:10662428 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:0DC0F4KM
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Language:English
Title:ANALYSIS OF MOTIVATION OF EMPLOYEES IN ORGANIZATION
Abstract:The graduate seminar ˝Analysis of employee motivation in an organization˝ is divided into two parts. In the first theoretical part we are explaining what motivation is and how it is explained by different authors and experts in this filed, motivational theories and soft factors of motivating. We are introducing the importance of human capital in organizations and its characteristics, as well. For employees who are a source of human capital, an option of education, development and encouragement by the superiors in the organization is very important. As well, the prevention or assistance from the stress or from the state of burnout of the employees is very important. All that is already a part of the functions carried out by management in contemporary organization and is slowly asserted in the public sector, what is presented in the last part of the theoretical explanation. In the second applicative part of the thesis there is a survey on the above topic. We first presented the description of the organization, definition of the segment of respondents, presented the results of the study and summarized the findings and proposals. Our findings reveal that employees of the organization are unhappy, but the leaders are not the only responsible for the state, but also the structure of the public sector part of which is the District Court. The actual situation is worrying, but not without solutions. There are solutions, what is needed is a lot of effort and will for the desired changes for better efficiency, higher quality and greater satisfaction in work.
Keywords:Motivation, employee, organization, the soft factors of motivation, motivation, human capital, human resources management, analysis, research, measuring customer satisfaction, findings.


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