The Impact of an ODI on the Development of Leadership, Employee Motivation and Employee Engagement towards Better Performance of Employees: A Case Study
Purpose: Leadership, Motivation and Employee Engagement has been a key essence of improving the performance of employee by means of job engagement, job satisfaction and individual performance towards achieving team performance. The organization, OV Logis-tics (Myanmar) Ltd, Singapore owned and managed, Logistics & Freight Forwarding and Supply Chain Solutions service provider in Myanmar, with 81 employees had been selected to identify the focal challenges and in placed the action research. 4 variables had been identified. Design/Methodology/Approach: This research included a mix method of study to collect the data by understanding the current challenges towards the object of this study upon completion of the quantitative data collection before and after the OD interventions, which was analyzed using paired t tests, Wilcoxon and Spearman Correlation. Findings: The findings indicated a strong significant connection between leadership, mo-tivation, employee engagement and better performance of employees. The findings had been presented to the management and employees of OV Logistics (Myanmar) Ltd, in which the connection and significance of Leadership, Motivation and Employee Engagement had been inter-connected each other as to have the better performance of employee. Practical Implications: Despite the study gives the organization to consider further re-search on the area of “the management and internal organization conflict” and “chang-ing organization behavior” toward the organizational achievement. Originality/Value: The research contributes the conceptual framework, theoretical frame-work and action research framework in order meet the objectives of the study as well as contributing the guidelines for the organization for the next level of action plans to over-come the challenges in the competitive market.