English, Article edition: FUTURE-ORIENTED MINDSET'S CONTRIBUTION TO MANAGEMENT OF CORPORATE R&D PERSONNEL MOTIVATION IN JAPAN KUNIO SHIRAHADA; KIYOSHI NIWA

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  • FUTURE-ORIENTED MINDSET'S CONTRIBUTION TO MANAGEMENT OF CORPORATE R&​D PERSONNEL MOTIVATION IN JAPAN
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  • KUNIO SHIRAHADA
  • KIYOSHI NIWA
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  • Addressing the decreasing motivation of R&​D personnel in Japan, this paper analyzes the relations between motivation and R&​D personnel's future-oriented mindset and the time-climate in their workplace. Questionnaires were given to 240 corporate R&​D personnel in six Japanese companies. ANOVA results show that highly motivated personnel have longer-term perspectives about ability growth than do personnel with low motivation levels. In a Japanese automobile company we confirmed the positive impact on work motivation of having managers focus on the future-oriented mindset of subordinates during annual goal-setting interviews.
  • Future-oriented mindset, time-climate, corporate R&​D personnel's motivation
  • RePEc:wsi:ijitmx:v:04:y:2007:i:04:p:375-392
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