Keywords : Multiplicative Interactions
International Journal of Organizational Leadership,
Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 170-180
According to the ACHIEVE model, seven factors including ability, clarity of roles, organizational support and help, incentive or motivation, evaluation and feedback, validity, and environmental factors affect employee performance. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the interaction among these performance factors. The population for the study consisted of 44 employees in a Web-based software manufacturing company in Iran. Data was collected through a questionnaire relevant to the factors of ACHIEVE. Data analysis was performed using correlation analysis in SPSS. The results of correlation analysis showed that some of these factors had a multiplicative interaction and some others had no interaction. There was also no evidence of reducing interaction. For example, the ability was not
associated with other factors. In contrast, incentive and organizational support had some interactions. The article offers management recommendations for decision-making to improve the performance factors. Following this, identifying the effects helps managers to improve their performances.