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|Title:||Motivation and academic staff in higher education|
|Author(s):||Jennifer Rowley (Head of School of Management and Social Sciences, Edge Hill University College, Ormskirk, UK)|
|Citation:||Jennifer Rowley, "Motivation and academic staff in higher education", Emerald 4, (1996)|
|Keywords:||Employees, Higher education, Motivation|
|Article type:||Conceptual Paper|
|DOI:||10.1108/09684889610125814 (Permanent URL)|
|Publisher:||MCB UP Ltd|
|Abstract:||Seeks to identify issues that impact on the motivation of academic staff in higher education. Argues that the rational-economic model, the social model, the self-actualizing model and the complex models of motivation provide a basis for analysing staff motivation as a central issue in evolving quality cultures. Discusses environmental factors that impact on motivation including: approaches to financial rewards, the culture of teaching and higher education, the diversity of staff experience and roles, personal autonomy, and organizational structure.|
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