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The Role of Information Technology (I.T) in the Management of Central Bank of Nigeria Operations

By Nwobodo, Ifeoma H

The Role of Information Technology (I.T) in the Management of Central Bank of Nigeria Operations

Published: 06/05/2004

Tags: Information Technology,Central Bank of Nigeria,

Size: 2.53MB

Management Conflicts in Financial Institutions in Enugu State :An Empirical Analysis of Staff – Management Relationship in Co-operative and Commerce Bank and Universal Insurance Company Enugu

By Obi, Adaora V. N

Management Conflicts in Financial Institutions in Enugu State :An Empirical Analysis of Staff – Management Relationship in Co-operative and Commerce Bank and Universal Insurance Company Enugu

Published: 01/01/1993

Tags: Management Conflicts in Financial Institutions

Size: 8.67MB

Survival Strategies of Small Business Enterprises of the Restaurant, Furniture, and Bakery Businesses in Enugu City Enugu State

By Nwokeabia, Josephine Obiageli

Survival Strategies of Small Business Enterprises of the Restaurant, Furniture, and Bakery Businesses in Enugu City Enugu State

Published: 06/08/1997

Size: 3.64MB

Evaluation of Motivational Tools and their Effects on output in some Selected Brewing Industries in Anambra and Enugu State.

By Nwobi, Prudence Chisolu

Evaluation of Motivational Tools and their Effects on output in some Selected Brewing Industries in Anambra and Enugu State.

Published: 31/01/1992

Tags: evaluation of motivationals tools,brewing industries, boss subordinate relationship on employee

Size: 8.68MB

Management Problems of Small Scale Industries (A Case Study Cospam fire Off Ltd)

By Nwodo, Samson I.

Management Problems of Small Scale Industries (A Case Study Cospam fire Off Ltd)

Published: 06/03/2004

Tags: Cospam Ltd,company,workers motivation,operation, production,

Size: 11.13MB

An Evaluation of the Nigerian Industrial Dispute Settlement Mechanism (A Case Study of Anambra State Wing of the Civil Service Union and the Ngeiran Union of Teachers)

By Nwodo, Callixtus Okonkwo

An Evaluation of the Nigerian Industrial Dispute Settlement Mechanism (A Case Study of Anambra State Wing of the Civil Service Union and the Ngeiran Union of Teachers)

Published: 04/10/1995

Tags: Nigerian Union of teachers,industrial-dlspute settlement, reseacher

Size: 12.00MB

Total Quality Management and Productivity in the Banking Industry A case Study of Diamond Bank LTD and First Bank of Nigeria, Plc

By Nnokedi, Chineze Iruoma

Total Quality Management and Productivity in the Banking Industry A case Study of Diamond Bank LTD and First Bank of Nigeria, Plc

Published: 05/12/2003

Tags: Diamond Bank, First Bank of Nigeria, Banking Industry, Productivity.

Size: 13.04MB

CORPORATE EFFICIENCY AND ORGANISATION STRUCTURE: A. STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF STRUCTURAL ALTERNATIVES ON THE EFFICIENCY OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS IN NIGERIA.

By Nnaukwu, Albert Ukoha

CORPORATE EFFICIENCY AND ORGANISATION STRUCTURE: A. STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF STRUCTURAL ALTERNATIVES ON THE EFFICIENCY OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS IN NIGERIA.

Published: 08/01/1986

Tags: CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS, NIGERIA, EFFICIENCY.

Size: 3.35MB

Government Budget and Budgetary Control System(a Case Study of Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning Awka, Anambra State)

By Nkwonta, Nkechi C.

Government Budget and Budgetary Control System(a Case Study of Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning Awka, Anambra State)

Published: 07/02/1999

Tags: Government budget, Budget control, Finance.

Size: 1.56MB

Compensation Policies and Practices in Manufacturing Industries in Nigeria: A Study of Selected Manufacturing Industries in Enugu Urban

By Onyema, Ursula Ngozi

Compensation Policies and Practices in Manufacturing Industries in Nigeria: A Study of Selected Manufacturing Industries in Enugu Urban

Published: 02/01/2006

Tags: industries,sub-sector,criticism,motivational tools,enhancing performance

Size: 11.56MB

Benchmarking as a Tool for Effective Organization Performance: A Study of Selected Aluminum Fittings Fabricators in Enugu Metropolis

By Onuoha, Anthonia Chinyere A. Pg/mpa/03/37324

Benchmarking as a Tool for Effective Organization Performance: A Study of Selected Aluminum Fittings Fabricators in Enugu Metropolis

Published: 09/09/2005

Tags: benchmarking,rewards,organisations,systematic

Size: 1.91MB

THE GROWTH OF MARKETING EDUCATION IN NIGERIA (A STUDY OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA)

By Ezenyilimba Emmanuel

This study investigated the reasons for and the problems associated with the low quality and the unemployment saga of the marketing graduates that have impeded the growth of tertiary marketing education in Nigeria. Marketing which should take the centre stage in the holistic development of the nation has continued to play a second fiddle with consequent loss of professionalism in marketing practice and in marketing education. This study also grappled with the problem of lack of student’s motivation to learn rooting from sparse entrepreneurial, technical and vocational focus of the marketing curriculum. Entrepreneurs with practical knowledge and success story in marketing practice are not co-opted in marketing education delivery. Furthermore marketing students are not sent on ‘industrial attachment’ to enable them acquire practical skills. The potentials of Integrated Communication Technology [ICT] and Information Technology have not been exploited in fast-tracking marketing education in Nigeria. There is lack of Marketing Laboratory for practical and specialized studies in marketing. The objectives of the study are among other things to develop a model that would address the aforementioned hiccups and the absurdities of the research findings and to determine appropriate strategies for curriculum reform for sustainable Marketing Education and Training in an ailing economy like Nigeria. Other objectives include to ascertain the factors that can influence “Growth of Marketing Education in Nigeria Tertiary Institutions”, to identify how best ICT can be used to fast-track marketing learning, to suggest how National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria {NIMN] can assist to foster professionalism in marketing education and training. The above specifics suggest the scope of this study. Five hypotheses and six research questions were formulated to give focus to the study. The theoretical framework of this study is rooted in self-reliance, self-employment, and entrepreneurial, technical, vocational, intellectual skills; built on modern marketing and the traditional Nigerian education that was effective, practical and result-oriented. The significance of this study is derived from the need for an improved and extended marketing education and training suited to Nigeria’s volatile environment. Based on the above contentions, the researcher has prognosticated a ‘Systems- Innovative Marketing Education Model’, adapted educational theories suitable to Nigeria’s scenario. This research also incorporated ‘Entrepreneurial Focused Marketing Department adapted from Ede F .O.[2006]; Scholarly Views of Marketing Education Delivery in Nigeria; Organization of Marketing Education In Nigeria; Recruiters, Educators And Students Synergy In Revitalizing Marketing Education in Nigeria, Adapting for Changing Business Landscapes, ICT Leap Frogging Strategy; Professionalism in Marketing in Nigeria, Market Economy and Higher Education Reform Process In Mongolia, and the Cardinal Role of Truly African University. A cross sectional research design consisting of descriptive field survey, multiple linear regressions, ‘F’ Test statistical method, exploratory and explanatory research designs were used in this study. Both primary and secondary sources of data were exploited. Based on the findings, the problems perverting marketing education and training in Nigeria were made manifest in the emerging inadequacies, particularly in educational policies, curricula, facilities, ethnicity, quality, quantity, relevance, students, vocation, technical, entrepreneurial education and acute shortage of qualified teachers for the growing national education system. To mitigate the above problems, the researcher has recommended the adaptation of the ‘Systems Innovative Marketing Education Model’ demonstrated in this study, and a review of the marketing education curriculum to make it relevant to the graduate, local, national, global and the collective needs of Nigerians.

Published: 25/10/2008

Tags: marketing education, tertiary institutions, growth

Size: 6.82MB

THE STRATEGIES FOR EMPOWERING THE HARD CORE POOR THROUGH MICRO-FINANCING (A CASE STUDY OF RELIEF MARKET, OGBETE MAIN MARKET AND ABAKPA MARKET ALL IN ENUGU)

By Omulu Chinedu Emeka

The research is on the strategies for empowering the hard core poor through micro-financing. The main objective of this study is to determine that strategies for empowering the hard core poor through micro-financing. The research, methodology is descriptive; the study’s approach is based on the research questions which have influence on the data generated and the descriptive analysis presented. The researcher analyses the data collected based on the response from the questionnaires distributed.

Published: 26/05/2008

Tags: hard core poor, micro-financing, relief market, Ogbete main market

Size: 167.50KB

EFFECT OF INTERNAL MARKETING ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF SELECTED COMMERCIAL BANKS IN THE SOUTH-SOUTH GEOPOLITICAL ZONE OF NIGERIA

By Iki, Peter Oghogho

The focus of this study is on “The Effect of Internal Marketing on Organizational Commitment of Selected Commercial Banks in the South-South Geopolitical zone of Nigeria”. Descriptive research survey was used for the study. The study comprises both primary and secondary data used in generating the results for the study. Population of the study include: banks’ staff and customers of both Zenith Bank Nigeria Plc., First Bank, Access Bank and United Bank for Africa in Cross River, Rivers, Bayelsa and Delta States and their customers respectively for banks’ staff, 160 and 167,000 for their customers. A sample size of 160 and 400 for banks’ staff and customers respectively were determined using Taro Yamane’s formula. The data were presented using percentages, pie chart and bar charts. Cronbach alpha was used to determine validity with a value of 0.95. Multiple linear regression was used in testing all the hypotheses. The summary of the findings through the hypotheses revealed that the motivation of employees significantly affected organizational commitment of commercial banking industry in the south-south geopolitical zone of Nigeria, training of employees did not significantly contribute to the improvement of organizational commitment, job satisfaction significantly affected organizational commitment, understanding significantly affected organizational commitment., and inter-functional coordination significantly affect commitment in the organization. The major recommendations made included that managers of commercial banks in the south-south geopolitical zone should ensure that their staff are adequately motivated. This if properly maintained will improve service delivery by staff of these banks in the zone. When staff are trained, they become more productive in discharging their duties. Managers should ensure that the place of banking is suitable and healthy enough for employees to operate, because when employees are satisfied with their environment of work, they are encouraged to deliver efficient services to customers. Managers and staff should maintain cordial relationship at all times. Management should ensure adequate coordination among departments of these commercial banks in the zone.

Published: 23/11/2012

Tags: internal marketing, organizational commitment, Zenith Bank, First Bank, Access Bank, UBA

Size: 1.19MB

HUMAN CAPITAL PLANNING IN THE NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES

By Wurim, Ben Pam

Human capital is one of the most critical of all resources at the disposal of any organisation, whether, public or private. The right quality and quantity of human capital (employed) is a measure of an organisation’s strength, health, success and security. To remain strong, profitable and effective, organisations have to employ scientific methods of planning human capital. It is a pity that the human capital planning picture painted above is not common in the Nigerian public sector. Most public sector organisations perform below expectation with problems of inefficiency, redundancy and employee bloating. The main thrust of this thesis is to critically and empirically evaluate human capital planning (HCP) in the Nigerian public sector with a view to discovering prospects and challenges inherent therein. Hypotheses in line with these objectives were drawn and tested based on the data gathered through a questionnaire administered to five Nigerian Public sector organisations and filled by 349 respondents. The findings indicated that adherence to human capital planning in Nigerian public sector organisations accounted for organisational effectiveness and reduction in personnel costs. Strict adherence to talent management processes also led to increases in employee productivity. The study found that the human capital forecasting system in the Nigerian public sector organisations is weak and could not be used for the precise determination of employee requirements in terms of number and quality. Also, the study found that a plethora of forces (environmental challenges) exert varying degrees of pressure and influence on the planning of human capital in public sector organisations. The study concluded that human capital planning significantly accounts for improvements in organizational effectiveness and employee behavior in Nigerian public organisations. Also, that human capital planning has positive impact on personnel cost reduction in the public sector of Nigeria; that human capital forecasting does not lead to the accurate estimation of employee needs requirement and that environmental challenges positively impact on human capital planning. It is recommended that planners and managers of human capital in the public sector of Nigeria should be properly educated and trained in scientific human capital planning and talent management if organisational effectiveness and employee productivity must be increased. Advocacy should be adopted by public sector organisations to influence the enactment of detrimental laws and legislations that have direct bearing on the human capital planning processes of their organisations. The study has contributed to knowledge by designing a human capital supply forecasting model and the use of behavioural accounting to measure the economic consequences of certain employee behaviour.

Published: 13/12/2010

Tags: human capital planning, Nigerian public sector

Size: 1.29MB