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There is a high level of unemployment in Imo State. This is partly due to the fact that the people do not have the knowledge and skills that will enable them take up the jobs that are available.
Recently, management has been identified as the fourth factor of production which hitherto were only three - land, capital and labour it is because of immense contribution of management that has led to many thoughts on it.
An important personality, John D. Rockefeller, recognized the worth of
human resources managers when he stated that "the ability to deal with
people is as purchasable a commodity as sugar or coffee: and I will pay more
for that ability than for any thmg under the sun". The study is a focus on capacity utilization of Human Capital for an improved productivity, with particular reference to the Nigerian Coal
This study examines the impact of fringe benefits on the performance of workers in the Hotel and Catering industry, with a view to establishing its importance to the workers and to the industry. This is intended to assert whether or not poor fringe benefit schemes could be an impediment to the development of the sub-sector.
This research work was carried out with intends to evaluate the impact of
the privatization programme on government owned enterprises. Two privatized
government enterprises were studied; they are the Union Bank of Nigeria PIC and the National Oil and Chemical Marketing PLC. In carrying out the research, the researcher looked into the reasons for the adoption of the privatization programme and it accruing benefits.
The research work also assessed if the level of performance and productivity of these privatized government enterprises has indeed improved. The problems encountered with the implementation of the privatization exercise were alsohighlighted.
In summary, therefore the research work evaluated the impact of the privatization programme on government owned enterprises, so as to establish
improved management of the enterprise by private owners.
This study was conducted in order to examine the ways in which
entrepreneurship activities can be enhanced in the country especially in
Power system networks worldwide have been the property of Government over the years, until about 10 years ago. the need for efficient management of resources, efficiency of services and deregulation of most country's economies have made it imperative that the monopoly in power supply business is giving way to regulated participation of investors in it.
This study is aimed at highlighting a critical appraisal of the vision 2010 programme and the impact it is expected to have on small scale industries and rural development when it is fully implemented.
Business involves risk and as such, it requires systematic planning. The
whole idea of feasibility studies revolve around conscious efforts at business
planning, hence a feasibility study is a comprehensive and rigorous business
This research work analyzed the individual needs, organization goals and productivity as stated by Maslow's hierarchy of needs visavistheir relationship in the Banking and TelecommunicationsOrganization.
Decision theory practitioners and scholars have come up with different approaches to the analysis of decisions. The orthodox Bayesian is hinged on justification of decisions while the collingridge approach is based essentially on falsifiability of decisions that have been rationally taken.
This Stuy surveyed the management of small business and its consequent problems and prospect in selected companies in Enugu.
Agricultural activities in a developing economy of which Nigeria is a typical example still manifests still typical symptom of a peasant it agriculture. The farming activities are dominated by small scale farriers who are responsible for about 95% of total production. They are largely rural and usually unorganized and politically powerless. These characteristically combined together to make the services of formal sources of finance
inaccessible to the small-scale farmers.
The Search for an effective indigenous system of management in Nigeria seems to have prompted most management scientists to take a harder look on our culture and its implications on the way we do things.
The impact of conflict on Nigerian organizations has come under focus in recent times. The Teaching Hospitals are not exceptions. Within the last few years the predominance of conflict situations have manifested themselves in different forms - arbitration panels, industrial actions, and associated management problems.