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[10 Jul 2009 | No Comment | | by sheryaraltaf]

Pay is the most fluid reward. Thanks to Herzberg, the problem was sorted out long a go that pay is a hygiene factor, not a motivator. But still the first thing comes to mind is “how much I will be getting paid for it?”
Pay is the reward for one’s expertise, but just having money is not justice to expertise. It reminds me of a tale that a person takes his out of order car to a mechanic and asks to make it work. The mechanic takes 30 minutes to …

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[25 Jun 2009 | No Comment | | by aliimran]

Research suggests that when consumers agree with the international marketplace they show quite consistent decision-making styles by employing certain purchasing strategies and rules to manage their decision-making. This important decision-making style has clinically shown to differ by equipment type, e.g. supermarkets, catalogue showrooms, home shopping and ethnic groups.

The Website is definitely not just another channel designed to enhance the visibility and access; it is quickly becoming the shop window for many players in the electronic information industry. The greatest impact that the digital information provider makes on the potential …

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[24 Jun 2009 | One Comment | | by umar Farooq]

The scientific management is imperative for productivity in organizations. It has a strong relationship with mass production. The concept is mainly for large organizations but small organizations can pick the key and implement it accordingly. Assembly line, job design, job specialization, job rotation, job enrichment and empowerment, all of these are the ingredients obtain productivity for an organization.
Popularized by Henry Ford in the early 20th century, mass production is the production of large amounts of standardized products on assembly or production lines. Henry Ford implemented Taylor’s management …