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Scirj Volume VI, Issue X, October 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Motivation Strategies and Goal Attainment in Private Nigerian Teaching Hospital: Lessons from Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso Oyo State, Nigeria

Jacob Olubukola Oladipo

Abstract: Motivation can be seen as the processes that account for an individual’s intensity, direction and persistence of effort toward achieving a goal. This study examines the motivation strategies and organizational goal attainment in a private Nigerian Teaching Hospital. Multistage sampling technique was used in selecting 48 respondents. A well structured questionnaire was used to interview the respondents. Data obtained were subjected to statistical analysis (descriptive, correlation and t-test). Result shows that most of the respondents are well educated with the minimum level of Ordinary National Diploma (OND), which could enhance their productivity and performance. More than 78% of respondents had at least five years working experience. The result further revealed correlation coefficient (0.3762) of the employee in the organization which was statistically 5% level of significance. This implied that there is a strong relationship between employee motivation and the organization performance in the study area. Also, the t-test result shows a t-value of 0.64 which indicated that there is no statistically difference between the motivated and demotivated employee. This might be as a result of insignificant number of the acclaimed unmotivated workers compared with the motivated ones in the study area. In conclusion, motivation increases the chance of achieving optimum employee performance and attainment of organizational objectives, therefore, better ways of motivating employees should be adopted in other to achieve optimal organizational goals.

Reference this Paper: Motivation Strategies and Goal Attainment in Private Nigerian Teaching Hospital: Lessons from Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso Oyo State, Nigeria by Jacob Olubukola Oladipo published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue X, October 2018 Edition, Page 19-34 ".

Search Terms: Motivation, Strategy, Performance, Teaching Hospital, Employee, Organizational goal

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