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Issue 3/ 2020, article 9

Nur Izzaty Mohamad, Azman Ismail, Azmawaty Mohamad Nor

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT SUPPORT IN TRAINING PROGRAMS AND MOTIVATION TO PERFORM TASK WITH MOTIVATION TO LEARN AS MEDIATOR

Abstract:

Background: Present studies recognize that commercial organizations and public organizations have work together to set up national logistic policies for the national development requirements. In order to support this aim, leadership of public sector has planned and implemented training programs to expose latest logistic management strategies and operations to employees. Latest findings from logistic management studies circulated in the 21st century revealed that the willingness of management to support training programs has strongly invoked employees’ motivation to learn creative logistic methods. As a result, this motivation may drive to an enhanced motivation to perform task. Even though this relationship is interesting, the role of motivation to learn as a significant mediating variable has largely been neglected in the logistic management literature. Thus, this situation stimulate the present study to extend the literature by examining the mediating effect of motivation to learn in the relationship between management support in training programs and motivation to perform task.

Method: Survey questionnaires were employed to gather data from employees at central government agencies under controlled by the Malaysian federal government. The SmartPLS was used to measure the psychometrics properties of instrument and test the research hypotheses.

Result: This study showed that motivation to learn did act as an important mediator of the relationship between management support in training programs and motivation to perform task.

Conclusion: The mediating effect of motivation to learn between management support in training programs and motivation to perform task also is consistent and has extended previous logistic management studies published in Western and Asian countries.

Keywords: management support, motivation to learn, motivation to perform task, SmartPLS

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DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2020.458
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MLA Mohamad, Nur Izzaty, et al. "The relationship between management support in training programs and motivation to perform task with motivation to learn as mediator." Logforum 16.3 (2020): 9. DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2020.458
APA Nur Izzaty Mohamad1, Azman Ismail1, Azmawaty Mohamad Nor2 (2020). The relationship between management support in training programs and motivation to perform task with motivation to learn as mediator. Logforum 16 (3), 9. DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2020.458
ISO 690 MOHAMAD, Nur Izzaty, ISMAIL, Azman, NOR, Azmawaty Mohamad. The relationship between management support in training programs and motivation to perform task with motivation to learn as mediator. Logforum, 2020, 16.3: 9. DOI: 10.17270/J.LOG.2020.458
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