The subject context analyzes various environmental circumstances with close scrutiny on company performance. A discussion on the matter also tackles employee expectations and eventual outcomes in an organization. The authors use statistical data as indicators to the study presented. As such the article compares notes from various organizational settings.
The context presented has several credible viewpoints to concerning employee motivation factors. The authors argue employee motivation factors from a logical perspective. The authors say “An organization as a whole clearly has to attend to the four fundamental emotional drives, but so must individual managers” (Nohria, Groysberg & Lee, 2008). According to this view managers have a responsibility to identify driving forces in the scope of employee motivation. However, the article has limitations to working environments that have complex structures. The authors have failed to provide alternatives to extended institutions.
In my opinion, Employee Motivation by Nohria, Groysberg and Lee (2008) addresses significant issues that affect organizational performance. The approach used by the author is effective evidenced by the supported company analysis. Additional review of other related journals on the same topic would enrich the article