|Statement||editors, G.D. Sardana, Tojo Thatchenkery|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 562 p.|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||2011350510|
Enhancing Organizational Commitment and Employee Performance through Employee Engagement: An Empirical Check Article December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. on the performance of employees; (d) barriers in the workplace, examining internal and external sources that impede performance; and (e) recruitment/promotion strategies, centering on the organization's compensation incentives. Study outcomes suggest organizational leaders may increase employee work performance by enhancing strategies. Enhancing organizational performance through strategic initiatives: Handbook of Enhancing Organizational Performance through Strategic Initiatives: Handbook of Management Cases (). This book examines how the ICT-driven development of India appears to have skipped the middle stages of the traditional economic development models and. The objective of this chapter is to explore and analyze leadership for enhancing organizational performance through workforce reskilling in the context of a local authority, namely municipality Author: Neeta Baporikar.
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