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Final Dissertation

Final Dissertation

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CHAPTER - IINTRODUCTION
In the current scenario, organizations operate in a very competitive globalenvironment. The knowledge of all aspects of management is not only important butalso very essential. According to Graham & Bennett (1998), one of the importantareas of operation in management is Human Resource Management. HumanResources Management has mainly three functions, acquiring human resources,maintaining them, and developing them. HRM is resource centred which directshuman resources and represents appropriate culture and climate for the employees inthe organisations. Out of all assets in an organisation, Human Resource is the mostimportant and dominant which give companies edge over others. Thus, organisationalmanagement is buying commitment of employees by successfully implementingmotivation policies and principles.Beside this, according to Brown (1998), there is a connection between anorganisations culture and motivational factors, which are essential to achieve better  performance level in any organisation. Motivation is the foundation for good performance. In order to have better performance, employees must be motivated bythemselves or through external incentives.According to Boddy (2002), over the years we have seen many organisations strivewith great success, than after few years the same organisations seem to fail to producetheir goods and services in the same way as they used to. Many people put the blameof such outcome on the ‘organisation culture’. This is because organisation culture is1
 
the largest and greatest factor that can and does influence the behaviour of the peoplewithin it. Some say that the organisation culture can be such that it encouragesemployees to work to great efficiency or on the other hand it can discourage people to produce effective results.Therefore, the impact of culture can either motivate or de-motivate the people withinthat particular organisation. The purpose of this research is to examine whether anorganisation culture of ‘SHS International Bakery’ can and does influence levels of motivation. We also do aware that culture is a very strong aspect of an organisation’sworking environment and powerful enough to motivate or de-motivate staff. In thisresearch we shall examine how Bakery unit of SHS International can motivate its staff to work harder and produce better results. This will require studying different types of organisation cultures and looking at general how organisations motivate staff invarious working environments by using Herzberg’s Hygiene-Motivators factors inorganisation.
Structure of the Dissertation
The dissertation will be presented in six chapters. In the chapter one, we introduce theresearch and give a background to the research, the purpose of the research and theobjectives of the research.Chapter two, the literature review, identifies and discusses some of the relevantliterature that is available on the subject matter. This will establish a solid backgroundof information that is required to complete the research area.2
 
In the chapter three, Research Methodology describes how the research wasconducted, in terms of questionnaires, interviews etc. There will be a detailedexplanation of the usage of these methods.The chapter four will consist of summarising the results obtained from the researchmethodology. By analysing the data collected it will be possible to present thefindings of the research.In the chapter five, we will draw a suitable conclusion from the findings and relatethem to the original hypothesis. This section will also determine whether the researchhas met its objectives.There will be a number of suitable and realistic recommendations given toorganisations, on methods to improve the organisation culture to achieve a totallymotivated team of workers in the chapter six.3

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