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Relationships between the Determinants of Sustainable Performance and Employee Motivation: A Structural Equation Model

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DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2019.121004    419 Downloads   816 Views

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The work, in fact, starting from the study conducted by some scholars, aims to understand how the strategic decisions of the company management affect the company’s performance and, ultimately, the motivation of the employees. More specifically, the paper seeks to measure, if and how, sustainable management, the prospectors’ strategy and the reactors affect organizational and sustainable performance, ultimately impacting on the motivation of the employees of the Municipalities that make up the sample of the analysis. The methodology used to measure the link between the variables considered is represented by structural equation models, which allow measuring simultaneously the relationships existing between two and more variables. The sample analysis is composed of the employees of some municipalities of the Amalfi Coast (Amalfi, Ravello, Positano and Maiori...) to whom questions have been asked to measure their perception regarding the variables of the proposed theoretical model. The results of the paper confirm the validity and reliability of the measurement scales adopted, since both the Bartlett test and the Kayser-Meyer-Olkin sample adequacy test (KMO) indicate that the factor analysis it is adequate to the sample used. Furthermore, the paper also allows confirming the theoretical hypotheses proposed, showing how work is a useful tool for both practioners and scholars.

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Tommasetti, A. , Antonelli, V. , D’Alessio, R. and Torre, C. (2019) Relationships between the Determinants of Sustainable Performance and Employee Motivation: A Structural Equation Model. Journal of Service Science and Management, 12, 58-76. doi: 10.4236/jssm.2019.121004.

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