People & Strategy, 2011, 34(4), 38-45. The article describes frameworks that provide a basis for diagnosing alignment needs and for making concrete adjustments in incentive programs and metrics to support changes in structure, process and people.
Advances in Business-Related Scientific Research Journal. Jan2013, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p55-70. 16p. The aim of this study was to examine whether differences in the reward system with respect to the work place of the employees have any effect on attitudes toward work in these troubled economic times.
International Journal of Human Resource Management. Oct2012, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p3596-3612. 17p. 3 Charts. This paper examines the impact of five extrinsic rewards (financial incentives, promotion opportunities, organisational prestige, relations with supervisor and relations with peers) on employees' psychological empowerment.
Management Accounting Quarterly; Montvale 13.4 (Summer 2012): 1-9. Research has shown that the relationship between noncash rewards and employee motivation is complex. An experiment stimulating a production environment examines the effect that noncash incentives might have on workers?
Journal of Management Policy & Practice. 2010, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p111-121. 11p. This is a practice-based paper about performance management, reward systems, giving feedback, and recognition programs which should be strategically aligned with the organization's values and objectives.
Thunderbird International Business Review. May/Jun2010, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p249-260. 12p. 1 Diagram. This article focuses on organizations' continued struggles to design and implement successful and credible reward strategies.
Journal of Product Innovation Management. Jul2012, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p546-558. 13p. This paper provides research to fill the gap by examining the relationship between participation-based reward systems, market orientation, and new product performance.