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The Key Principles of Process Manager Motivation in Production and Administration Processes in an Industrial Enterprise

Chromjaková Felicita

Keywords:
process manager, efficiency, effectiveness, motivation

Abstract
The basic premise of sustainable development is that companies should completely re-evaluate their enterprise work logic and process organization. Most of the necessary changes concern employee stimulation and motivation. If we are truly interested in improving business results and the effectiveness of business processes – there would be no progress otherwise – we have to strive to break down the barriers between company management (leadership) and employees in order to establish effective relationships between firms and customers. This paper presents research results of process manager activities in modern industrial enterprises, connected with a methodology proposal for the systematically-oriented process manager motivation of employees in accordance with the increased competitiveness of production and administration processes. It also presents an effective methodology of how to increase the positive effects of welldefined employee motivations from the process manager´s perspective. The core benefit of this methodology lies in the design of a systematic approach to the motivation process from the process manager side, allowing for radical performance improvement via production and administrative processes and the increased competitiveness of enterprise processes.

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10.7441/joc.2016.01.07


Chromjaková F.(2016). The Key Principles of Process Manager Motivation in Production and Administration Processes in an Industrial Enterprise. Journal of Competitiveness, 8 (1), 95-110 http://doi.org/10.7441/joc.2016.01.07 
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