Motivation as a Tool for productivity in Edo State Civil Service

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  1. CHAPTER ONE LITERATURE REVIEW
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It is also my hope that at the end of this exercise, the picture would be clearer in the area of motivation and increased productivity in the organization. An organization is composed of people who interact at different levels toward achieving a certain goal. Management therefore creates and maintain an environment which individual work together in-group towards the accomplishment of the set objectives Fadeyi The success of an organization is contingent on the performance or effective ness of workers in that organization.

The management in that organization. The management has the responsibility to study how best to induce or motivate the employees to put in their best. This could be done through the management study, the organization adopts to increase productivity. The management also ensures that the rate of staff turnover is highly reduced to the best barest minimum. This study revolves around the techniques of motivation employed by the management of Local Education Authority Dustin — ma and whether the techniques when properly planned and applied could increase productivity of such organization.

Any organization that does not recognize the importance of motivation could hardly increase productivity and retain staff for quite long. It is determination of this work of researcher to examine the various component of motivation, which are essential to establishing and sustaining productivity through effective performance, as workers are most valuable assets in an organization that is service oriented. The local government is the third tier of government after the federal government and the 36 state governments.

CHAPTER ONE LITERATURE REVIEW

The local government was actually very active during the democratic dispensation but was actually conceived and marginally practiced during the military era. The main concern before the establishment of local governments was the inability of the federal and state governments to carry development to the rural areas.

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Local governments are the government that is closest to rural dwellers and the majority of Nigeria as the populace can see and be able to interact with their leaders. The local government administration is constitutionally headed by the local government chairman who is constitutionally mandated to stay 2 years in office and then either seek re-election or leave office.

The local government is majorly financed by the state governments. The primary aim of the creation of local councils was for interaction with the local masses. Local government constitutes the most essential level of government at which the momentum to sustain national development can be created. To some countries in the third world, it is the only semblance of authority known beyond the tradition. Bello The concept of staff motivation at all levels in Nigeria has overtime been misconstrued. Companies, organizations and establishments pay little or no attention to the motivation of their staff in relation to their productivity level and still these organizations expect nothing short of top performance in terms of productivity.

This study is essentially significant in that it is directed towards evaluating the effect of lack of motivation on the productivity levels of staff or employees. This study is centered on staff motivation and productivity at the local government level using ovia-south west local government area delta state as a case study. It is important to define the scope and limitation of this research work with respect to coverage and time dimension. The reactions of such boundaries are usually necessary due to the problems posed by the organization of large data.

This study is therefore confirmed to impact of motivation on staff performance as it relates to staff of ovia south-west Local government council. Time and money has been the constraint in the exercise. The time given for this research was too short to warrant intensive research work and financing of the work also contributes. The amount of money required will not be easily sourced. Any attempt to estimate time and money make the exercise unattainable. It is hope that the study will serve as a representative sample to other local government councils in delta state whose inductive finding will be generally applicable.

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