The paper aims to identify the key issues of job design research and practice to motivate employees' performance.
The conceptual model of Hackman and Oldham's job characteristics has been adopted to motivate employees' performance.
The paper finds that a dynamic managerial learning framework is required in order to enhance employees' performance to meet global challenges.
Traditional outcomes will certainly remain central to the agenda. But some wider developments are to be incorporated within organizational systems so as to motivate employees for better performance.
The paper may be of value to researchers and practitioners in the management development field for offering enhanced jobs to employees leading to improved performance.
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