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SYNOPSIS OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH

WORK

Title

Importance of Intrinsic Motivation and Leadership


Style for Indian Leaders in Current Scenario.

POROPOSED BY
MR. GOURI SHANKAR SHARMA
Details of Candidate:

Name: Gouri Shankar Sharma


Designation: Assistant Professor
College: Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology,
Greater Noida
Specilization: Management (MBA)
Phone Number: 9818607564
E-mail id: gouri_ckg@rediffmail.com

Title of proposed Research: Importance of Intrinsic Motivation


and Leadership Style for Indian Leaders in Current Scenario.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

(SYNOPSIS)

SL. NO. CHAPTERS


1. Area/ Specialization of the proposed research work

2. Topic of proposed research work

3. Introduction: Aims and objectives of proposed research work

4. Proposed methodology of research work

5. Review of Literature

6. Impact of proposed research on the body of Knowledge and its relevance

to academic/ industry

7. Bibliography
1. Area/ Specialization of the proposed research work:-
My specialization is Management (HR & Marketing) and my area of
proposed is Importance of Intrinsic Motivation and Leadership Style
for Indian Leaders in Current Scenario.

2. Topic of proposed Research Work


My Research topic is Importance of Intrinsic Motivation and
Leadership Style for Indian Leaders in Current Scenario.

3. Introduction: Aims and Objectives of proposed research


work:-

3.1. Introduction of the topic:-

Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an


individual rather than from any external or outside rewards, such as
money or grades. The motivation comes from the pleasure one gets from
the task itself or from the sense of satisfaction completing or even
working on a task. Some other researcher defined intrinsic motivation as
follows:-
Intrinsic motivation occurs when we act without any obvious external
rewards. We simply enjoy an activity or see it as an opportunity to
explore, learn, and actualize our potentials.
(Coon & Mitterer, 2010)
Intrinsic motivation refers to the reason why we perform certain
activities for inherent satisfaction or pleasure; you might say performing
one of these activities in reinforcing in-and-of itself.
(Brown, 2007)
3.2. Aim of proposed Research Work:-
The aim of this research work is to find out the reason behind why we Indian
leader are lacking behind the three aspect of leadership i.e. (i) Political Leadership,
(ii) Social Leadership and (iii) Business Leadership.

3.3. Primary Objective of proposed Research Work:-


The prima objective of the Research work is to understand the concept
of intrinsic motivation, its importance and reliability.
3.4. Secondary Objective of proposed Research Work:-

To find out the reason behind WHY Indian Leaders are unable to:-
a. Show passion for what they are doing.
b. Unable to communicate clearly with others.
c. Unable to encourage others to get involved in decision-making.
d. Unable to be a good role model for the ideas that they are
advocating.
e. Unable to clarify objectives.
f. Reason behind three dimensional leadership failures like:
(economically, socially and politically).
4. Methodology of proposed Research Work:-

a. The research primarily will be based on secondary data collected


through published resources like Thesis, Dissertations, Journals,
Business Magazines, News papers and so on.
b. For better understanding of the concepts Subject experts and
Academicians will also be consulted.
c. The libraries of public domain like public and social libraries will also
be visited.
6. Impact of proposed research on the body of knowledge and its
relevance to academic/ Politics:-

a. Proposed Research will help in detail understanding of intrinsic


motivational factors of leaders.
b. It will enrich the knowledge of future researchers regarding this topic
because this topic is consider broadly in India. Therefore, extensive
research in this area is needed.
c. It will help to understand the different aspect of motivational factors
from leaders and followers.
d. It will provide a platform for further study.
e. It will helpful in organisational working culture and climate in India.
7. Bibliography:-

Crisis an opportunity for business leaders, Times of India, Nov.


4, 2011
Dr. Roland Benabou and Dr. Jean Tirole, Intrinsic and Extrinsic
Motivation, Review of Economic Studies(2003) P(489-520)
Dr. D. D. Mundhra, Intrinsic Motivational Canvass in the Indian
Service Sector: An Empirical Study. The Journal of Business
Perspective.Vol.14.Oct-Dec. 2010.
Hay Group, Global Management Consultancy Styles and Climate
Data 2012.
James R. Whitehead, Physical Activity and Intrinsic Motivation
published as series 1, number 2, of PCPFS Research Digest,
University of North Dakota, 2007.
Andrew G. Barto, Satinder Singh and Nuttapong Chentanez,
Intrinsically Motivated reinforcement Learning- volume 2,
University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2010.
Sudhanshu Bhadoriya and S. S. Chauhan, A Critical Analysis on
Intrinsic & Extrinsic Factors Motivation- IJMRS, issn 2230-9919
vol. 3, jan-sept 2012
Gerald E. Ledfrod Jr. and Barry Gerhart and Melyu, Negative
Effects of Extrinsic Rewards on Intrinsic Motivation; More Smoke
than Fire.- World at Work Journal, Second Quater 2015.
Robert Dur & Robin Zoutenbier, Intrinsic Motivations of Public
Sector Employees: Evidence of Germany.-IZA DP No. 8239,
June 2016