The paper "Work-Life and Motivation - Balance" is a great example of management coursework. If one was to define the process of work-life balance in terms of keeping the perspective of the manager, one would find that it is the maintenance of a balance and through responsibility sharing at the workplace as well within the home environment. This would help the employee view the benefits of working in conditions in an overall help to their life in both the domains of his existence-the workplace and the home. The concept of work-life balance stands in direct contrast to the concept of work/life conflict which is again defined as a form of inner role conflict in which the role pressures from the work and other life domains, such as family are mutually incompatible in some respects, therefore, making participation in one role being in direct confrontation with the other (Cierri, Holmes, Abbott and Petit, 2002). The ones working in the public sector are in greater need of motivation both monetary and psychological.
Dixit (2002) states that the idea could be explained by way of three-pronged reasoning. First, given the altruistic nature of the work that is performed by the public sector, there is a need to ensure that the employees are able to keep themselves motivated.
This is true given the larger fact that those that are part of the public sector and the kind of work that are entrusted with, impact the life of the general public that are fundamentally more important than the work of the private sector, whose work is focused on the furthering of personal or at best company gain. The success or failure of any given organisation at any juncture in time is based on the twin issues of how the organization is able to deal with the issues related to the internal and external factors affecting the overall organizational output.
The point to be noted in this context is that while any given commercial organization, more often than not are unable to extend any kind of control to external factors. Internal factors, on the other hand, are those that have an impact on the overall management based decisions within the organization. The following discussion will track the internal and external factors affecting the workability and the efficiency in any given organisation. The internal factors of the organisation are inclusive of the age and tendencies of the owner and the proprietors, the kind of business the organisation deals with, the cost and process of production that it is engaged in, the marketing and operations management that it engages in for the better management of its product system; the human resource management and the overall process of innovation and product development that the organisation is able to focus on. When marketing an event it is necessary to keep in mind the scope of the intended audience and the fact that this would be in direct relation to how and where the advertising would have to be placed (Keillor, 2007).
When marketing an event it is necessary to keep in mind the scope of the intended audience and the fact that this would be in direct relation to how and where the advertising would have to be placed (Keillor, 2007).