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ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  6   Issue 7  2017  
Article Abstract
The Effect of the Motivation Techniques Used by Managers to Increase the Productivity of their Workers and an Application
Keywords:  productivity, motivation, performance, business management, quality
Haci Guclu , Salih Guney
Efficiency, in changing, expanding and developing economic circumstances, has taken part as a significant fact within human life. Without doubt, the fact that people possess several potentials, talents and hidden powers is an acknowledged truth. In order for people to be successful and efficient at work, those potentials, talents and hidden powers are needed to emerge. Motivation is of the first order of importance regarding the factors which reveal known or unknown talents and power in an influential and efficient way. Therefore, the motivation technics that the managers exercise have an impact on disclosing skills and potentials which their works possess in terms of increasing the efficiency in social life and enterprises. Practicing these motivation technics effectively will provide the employees to be happy and successful at their tasks, hence targeted and expected success in the enterprises will be ensured. The aim of the present study is to determine the managers' perceptions towards the employees in manufacturing facilities. The study was conducted on total participants of 229; 183 workers employed at 3 weaving and fabric dying factories and 46 managers through application of a scale and a questionnaire. The reason for preference of weaving and fabric dying factories was the practical usage of the impact of motivational technics applied by the managers to increase the employees. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (v.20) was used in the analysis of the study for the impact of motivational technics of the managers in order to increase the employees' efficiency. Primarily, thorough this program, Cronbach' Alpha of scale and it sub-dimensions were assessed by validity and safety analysis. Afterwards descriptive statistics were conducted based on percentage and frequency range of demographic data obtained from the scale. At the subsequent stage, in order to test whether the scores acquired from the scale and subscales scatter or not, Kolmogorov-Smirnov and Shapiro Wilk's Significance level were tested and it was resolved that there was no normal variance for any variable and as a result, Mann-Whitney u for dual comparisons and Kruskal Wallis test for comparisons of more than two were applied. In this dissertation, optimum efficiency and motivation perceptions of the experienced managers and employees working in weaving and fabric dying factories were studied.)
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