Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 6   Area: Education

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‎ Osman Ibrahim AHMED, Bilal Kamel Odeh AL ZUBAIDI & Ehsan Salem EGYPTIAN

THE EFFECT OF INCENTIVES AS A STRATEGIC INPUT IN IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF EDUCATIONAL ‎INSTITUTIONS: ANALYTICAL STUDY IN THE PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL ‎SECTOR‏

Objective of the study: The study aims to adopt stimuli, both material and moral, as an effective strategy in enhancing organizational performance in the educational sector. And highlighting the relationship between the two variables, as well as knowing the degree of influence of incentives on effectiveness and efficiency. The importance of the study: The topic of incentives and their role in achieving effectiveness and efficiency for business organizations was chosen, given its great importance to any organization, and the actual roles it may play in its success or failure. The problem of the study: incentives aim to activate them and push them to present all their capabilities and experiences with honesty and integrity to the organization to which they belong. Hence the problem appears to us with the following main question (Is there a role for incentives in improving the performance of business organizations) Tools and population of the study sample: The researcher designed a questionnaire to collect primary information from the study sample, which consisted of (20) items related to the dimensions of the study, where the descriptive analytical approach was used. The study sample consisted of all deans and heads of departments working in the educational sector, whose number is (85) . Results and recommendations of the study: The study reached a number of results, the most important of which was that motivators affect the institutional performance of workers in the educational sector, as well as there is a statistically significant impact relationship between motivators and organizational performance. Study recommended. Giving greater attention to the moral incentives of the employees and providing them with opportunities to be nominated for training courses, and expanding opportunities for promotion‏ .‏

Keywords: Incentives, Performance of Institutions, Educational Sector.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.6-3.19


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