Model of Decision Making in Motivating Employees and Managers

  title={Model of Decision Making in Motivating Employees and Managers},
  author={Martina Bla{\vs}kov{\'a} and Michal B{\'i}zik and Radoslav Jankal},
  journal={The Engineering Economics},
The article deals with issues of decision making with regard to motivation of employees and managers. In an introductive and theoretical part, attention is devoted to analysing opinions on motivation, motivating, and decision making. The motivation is understood as a dynamic phenomenon, full of many facts, positive and negative, subjective and objective, constant (static, invariable) and variable (changing dynamically). The decision making is understood as process of postulating decision-making… Expand
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