THE IMPACT OF MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS ON ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING: A STUDY ON EDUCATION SECTOR OF PAKISTAN

Adeel Naqvi, Imran Khan, Ijaz Butt


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v17i2.109

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The main purpose of this study is to investigate the motivational factors that affect the organizational learning in the education sector of Pakistan. Self-administrated questionnaire with 5 point Likert scale is used for primary data collection and research journals and articles are used for secondary data collection. The sample size of the study is consisted of hundred academic employees of different educational institutes of Lahore. SPSS is used for measuring the relationships between variables and interpretations of their relationship. Organizational learning mainly depends upon peer cooperation motivational factor. As the peer cooperation increases in an organization, it leads the organization towards learning. Peer cooperation has  a strong effect on organizational learning as a motivational factor in the education sector. A high level of peer cooperation in any organization helps in enhancing its learning. Furthermore, according to data analysis all other motivational factors used in this study i.e. working condition, recognition and reward has very small or no effect on learning of any organization. So, we can conclude that, among four different motivational factors i.e. peer cooperation, working condition, recognition and rewards, only peer cooperation has a strong relationship with organizational learning as compared to other factors.

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Motivational factors, organizational learning, education sector

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