Business or social organizations are here to make profit, meet their goals, grow over time, and always improve on their past. Change is inevitable for any organization in its path of progress and growth and they have to draw up plans and the course of action to meet their desired goals and reach the set results (Martin, 2009). With progress and growth as their final aim, all organizations try their best to meet their final goals for which they need coordination from their employees. Cooperation and coordination from all employees requires continuous motivation on the part of the organization. “Motivation is what starts, maintains, and stops behavior,” says David Baack in Organizational Behavior (Baack, 2012).Every organization has its own way of setting goals and motivating their employees in order to reach their set goals.