I Intrinsic Motivation on Employee Performance Case Study of Ura Nakawa
Author: BATARINGAYA DENIS
Supervisor: Jacinta Bwegyeme Kobusingye
The purpose of the study was to establish intrinsic motivation on employee performance; this was conducted at URA Nakawa. This study was based on the objectives which included findings on how to establish the relationship between intrinsic motivations and employee’s performance in an organization, to establish how recognition leads to employee performance in URA, to establish the relationship between empowerment and employee performance in URA and to assess the role of employee involvement on performance of employees in URA.
The research design included both descriptive and analytical methods and data used included both primary and secondary, with primary data collected by use of self administered questionnaires. The study covered a sample of 100 respondents. Purposive sampling was used; questionnaires and interviews were used as the instruments of data collection in the study. Data was in form of tables in order to determine the validation of intrinsic motivation on employee performance. According to the findings of the study, the conclusions drawn
The study focused on intrinsic motivation on employee performance in URA. The findings revealed that the Descriptive Statistics on recognition, empowerment of employees, employee involvement and performance were strongly agreed upon by most of the respondents thus a relationship between intrinsic motivation and employee performance.
From the study, the researcher recommended that managers should find more ways of intrinsically motivate employees because workers tend to perform their duties to the maximum when involved in making decision in their respective departments. Finally , the researcher also recommends that if Employees are empowered in an organization by giving them authority to be leaders in their respective departments and making strategic decisions on the organization’s will ,this would reduce the bureaucracy that is normally followed when making company decision thus saving time and other related resource.