Getting employees to do their best work even in strenuous circumstances, is one of theemployees most stable and greasy challenges and this can be made possible through motivatingthem. 3Organizational Effectiveness Composition of people which formulate independent business identity for some specific purposeis commonly known as organization and getting desired outcome within defined resources is6
treated as effectiveness. Organizational effectiveness is the notion of how effectual anorganization is in accomplishing the results the organization aims to generate (Muhammad, et al,2011). It plays an important role in accelerating organizational development (Bulent et al, 2009).It is the net satisfaction of all constituents in the process of gathering and transforming inputsinto output in an efficient manner (Matthew et al, 2005). Organizational effectiveness is defined as the extent to which an organization, by the use ofcertain resources, fulfils its objectives without depleting its resources and without placing unduestrain on its members and/or society (Mary et al, 1996). It is the maximum combined utility ofthe primary constituents (Matthew et al, 2005). The goal model describes organizational effectiveness in terms of the extent to which anorganization attains its objectives. The legitimacy model regards organizational effectiveness interms of a background evaluation “of component preferences for performance and naturallimitations on performance from an external environmental perspective” (Zammuto.R.F, 1982). The constituency model considers organizational effectiveness “as a set of several statements, each reflecting the evaluative criteria applied by the various constituencies” involved with the organization being evaluated with an emphasis on means criteria (Connolly.T, 1980). The systems resource model defines organizational effectiveness “in terms of its (theorganization’s) bargaining position, as reflected in the ability of the organization, in eitherabsolute or relative terms, to exploit its environment in the acquisition of scarce and valuedresources” and how they utilize these resources (Yuchtman.E, 1987). The study is aimed to determine the factors that increase employee motivation and therelationship of organizational effectiveness with employee motivation. 2.4Factors affecting Employees’ Motivation7
No one works for free, nor should they. Employees want to earn reasonable salary and payment,and employees desire their workers to feel that is what they are getting (Houran. J). Money is thefundamental inducement, no other incentive or motivational technique comes even close to itwith respect to its influential value (Sara et al, 2004). It has the supremacy to magnetize,maintain and motivate individuals towards higher performance. Frederick Taylor and hisscientific management associate described money as the most fundamental factor in motivatingthe industrial workers to attain greater productivity (Adeyinka et al, 2007).