Different Motivational Theory And The Practice Of Management

Submitted By Malik-Hussain
Words: 5575
Pages: 23

Introduction: 4
1.1 Compare and contrast different organizational structures and culture 4
1.1.1 Structure 4
1.1.2 Culture 7
1.2 Explain how the relationship between an organization’s structure and culture can impact on the performance of the business 7
1.2.1 Structure 7
1.2.2 Culture 8
1.2.3 Summary 8
1.3 Discuss the factors which influence individual behavior at work 9
1.3.1 Discipline 9
1.3.2 Awards 9
1.3.3 Attitude 10
2.1 Compare the effectiveness of different leadership styles in different organizations 11
2.2 Explain how organizational theory underpins the practice of management 0 2.3 Evaluate the different approaches to management used by different organisations 0
3.1: Explain the different motivational theories and their application within the workplace? 1
3.2: Assess the relationship between motivation theory and the practice of management? 4
3.3: Evaluate Usefulness of Motivational Theories for Managers at one pound world: 6
4.1: Describe the nature of groups and group behaviour within organizations? 6
4.2: Investigate the factors that lead to effective teamwork and the influences that threaten success? 8
4.3: Evaluate the impact of technology on team functioning within a given organisation? 9 Also the other benefit is that the task which is given by the management is done much faster and less time is consumed on one particular task. And by using the CAD & CAM method the perfection and non zero defected product is being manufactured which has helped them to gain customer loyalty. 10
References: 11

An important role is played by employee motivation in effectiveness of leadership. According to Rost (2009) the leadership effectiveness depends upon the influence process, which influences and motivates employees towards achieving common or stated goals or objectives, through individual motivation. One of the most important factor making employees to achieve goals and objectives is motivation. According to Nadar, (2008) the motivation is a tool used by leaders to make employees feel or perceive that they are doing something worthwhile. This report will analyse the impact of different leadership styles motivation of employees. The uses of different motivational theories, to develop effective workforce of employees. The different approaches used by management to manage employees for enhanced productivity. The report will also analyse the different leadership styles while change management. The last part of report will analyse the motivation and development of team leadership and team performance.
1.1 Compare and contrast different organizational structures and culture

Berkshire Hathaway
Viet Tien
Span of control
Power culture
Person culture
Role culture
Table 1 organisation structure and n culture
1.1.1 Structure
Berkshire Hathaway and VTEC have same structure. Both companies have multidivisional structure, which make up of several operating divisions. As parent company, Berkshire and VTEC can directly affect their “children company” and benefit from them. Berkshire has overall 76 businesses, which mostly operate in insurance and reinsurance product and services. Berkshire also engages in non-insurance business. VTEC has 6 enterprises and 14 affiliates operating in the garment industry.

Chart 1: Berkshire Hathaway corporate structure (Investing in knowledge, n.d.)

Chart 2: List of companies that Viettien Garment Joint Stock Corporation retains
Controlling or dominant share (VTEC, n.d.)
However, Berkshire and VTEC also have different in the way they control business. Berkshire Hathaway HQ in Omaha, Nebraska is very