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ENHANCING BUSINESS SUCCESS THROUGH EFFECTIVE MOTIVATION STRATEGIES

Aleksandar Nikolic , Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia

Abstract

Achieving business success hinges significantly on the effective implementation of motivation strategies within an organization. This study explores various motivational approaches that contribute to enhanced business outcomes. Motivation strategies encompass a wide array of techniques aimed at fostering employee engagement, satisfaction, and productivity. Through a comprehensive review of existing literature and empirical examples, this paper examines the impact of motivation on organizational performance, employee retention, and overall profitability. Key motivational factors such as recognition, rewards, career development opportunities, and work-life balance initiatives are discussed in relation to their influence on employee motivation and organizational success. The findings underscore the importance of cultivating a motivational culture within businesses to foster sustained growth, innovation, and competitive advantage in dynamic market environments.

Keywords

Motivation strategies, Business success, Employee engagement

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Aleksandar Nikolic. (2024). ENHANCING BUSINESS SUCCESS THROUGH EFFECTIVE MOTIVATION STRATEGIES. Frontline Marketing, Management and Economics Journal, 4(07), 9–16. Retrieved from https://www.frontlinejournals.org/journals/index.php/fmmej/article/view/570