Department of Business Admin. and Management | Final Year Project Topics
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT - A VERITABLE TOOL FOR CORPORATE PERFORMANCE
» PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT A VERITABLE TOOL FOR CORPORATE PERFORMANCE CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the research Performance management (PM) includes activities which ensure that goals are consistently being met in an effective and efficient manner. Performance management can focus on the performance of an organization, a department, employee, or even the processes to...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 351 engagements |
PARTICIPATIVE LEADERSHIP STYLE AND ITS EFFECT ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
» PARTICIPATIVE LEADERSHIP STYLE AND ITS EFFECT ON ORGANIATIONAL PERFORMANCE CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Leadership is a complex research area across all sectors be it private or public. There is ambiguity over which styles and behaviors are the most effective for organizational performance. There are difficulties in linking LG Finances leadership styles with organisational performance sin...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 385 engagements |
ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND PUBLIC SECTOR PRODUCTIVITY
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction According to Kouzes (2002). Leadership is a process in which a leader attempts to influence his or her followers to establish and accomplish a goal or goals. Also The capacity to lead others: command, lead. An act or instance of guiding: direction, guidance, lead, management. See affect/ineffectiveness. Bennis, 2007; Hackman &Wageman, 2007; Vroom &Jago, 2007. ...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 351 engagements |
IMPACT OF TOURISM AND MANAGEMENT ON SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT A STUDY OF O...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction In 1992 at the Rio Earth Summit, 178 governments approved Agenda 21 and the Rio Declaration. Agenda 21 offered a blueprint for sustainable development, while the Rio Declaration articulated the main principles for sustainable development in the 21st century. Both documents challenged organizations, governments and industries to work towards maximum levels of sus...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 440 engagements |
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AS A STRATEGY FOR ENHANCING ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0. Background to the Study “Communication refers to the process by which information is transmitted and understood between two or more people” (McShane & Von Glinow, 2005). The word communication has a rich and complex history. It first appeared in English language in the fourteen century, taken from the Latin word communication which means to impact,...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 563 engagements |
CUSTOMER RETENTION ON HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Chapter One begins by clarifying the terminology used in this study. The background to the study, which contextualizes the topic under consideration, is then presented. This is followed by the formulation of the problem statement, and the goals and objectives of the study. After which the formulation of the research question and its hypothesis and the significan...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 402 engagements |
CUSTOMER PERCEIVED VALUE AND CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION IN TRAVEL AGENCY IN NIGERIA
» CUSTOMER PERCEIVED VALUE AND CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION IN TRAVEL AGENCY IN NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction It is believed that the goal of every organization is to meet the needs and the requirements of its stakeholders. Meeting the needs and the requirements of the stakeholders will not only ensure the survival of the organization but also flourish it. Customer is presumed to be one of...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 339 engagements |
CONTRIBUTION OF INVENTORY CONTROL PRACTICES TO THE SUSTAINABILITY HOTEL ESTABLIS...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Hospitality entails cordial reception, kindness in welcoming guests and strangers. Singh (2007) defined hospitality as reception and entertainment of guests, visitors or strangers with liberality and goodwill. Stocks are stores of goods and materials that are held in a hospitality organization, they can be a nuisance, necessity or a convenience (Arin...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 331 engagements |
CONSUMER EXPERIENCE AND DESTINATION LOYALTY IN TOURIST SITE IN RIVERS STATE
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Tourism represents a key industry in the Nigerian economy. In 2004, Nigerian received more than 12 million tourists with tourism representing approximately 8% of the GDP. Tourism also plays an important role in the Nigerian employment marketplace since more than 10% the population is employed in tourism related sectors. Rivers State in the south of Nigeria, belo...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 332 engagements |
IMPACT OF MICRO-FINANCE BANKS ON SMEs IN NIGERIA
» IMPACT OF MICRO FINANCE BANKS ON SMEs IN NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study In Nigeria, credit has been recognized as an essential tool for promoting small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs). About 70 percent of the population is engaged in the informal sector or in agricultural production. The Federal and State governments have recognized that for sustainable growth and develo...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 437 engagements |
ANALYSIS OF CONVENTIONAL PROCUREMENT STRATEGIES AND THEIR APPLICATION IN NIGERIA...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Strategies for the procurement of building projects have not changed significantly in the last 25 years, though time and cost overruns are still prevalent throughout the industry (Smith and Love, 2001). In a response to reduce the incidence of time and costs overruns, the disputes that may often arise, and the likelihood of project success, alternative forms ...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 340 engagements |
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER ATTITUDE TOWARDS DIFFERENT BRANDS OF MOTOR OI...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY An oil lubricant has been a canon product in our society today due to uses of different types of moving objects like motor vehicles. A lubricant “some times referred to as lube” is a substance which is often a liquid introduced between two moving surfaces to reduce the friction betwe...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 333 engagements |
A STUDY ON CONTRIBUTIONS OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL STAKEHOLDERS TO EDUCATIONAL DEVELOP...
» A STUDY ON CONTRIBUTIONS OF NON GOVERNMENTAL STAKEHOLDERS TO EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ABEOKUTA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OGUN STATE CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study Who has the right to establish or fund school? More fundamentally, who has the right to educate the child – is it the family, or the state, or some other organization, such as church or mosque? Are thes...Continue Reading »
61 pages | 557 engagements |
EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP AS A TOOL OF ACHIEVING ORGANISATIONAL OBJECTIVES: A CASE ST...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION For one to be a leader in any given organization in the modern society, such a person must be literate and a reasonable knowledge which must be put to use. A leader most possesses good qualities of communication and techniques of persuasion, he should have knowledge of negotiation and peaceful settlement of dispute, and he must be familiar with the problem areas a...Continue Reading »
42 pages | 657 engagements |
THE PRODUCTION OF SUGARCANE, IRISH POTATO AND OTHER TRADITIONAL TUBER CROPS (NVU...
» THE PRODUCTION OF SUGARCANE, IRISH POTATO AND OTHER TRADITIONAL TUBER CROPS (NVUH, TINGTYOEN, BWARKHAM, NGWAN, LAA,WUR LAAWUR AND NGAAR IN MWAGHAVUL LAND,(1850 1970). CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The choice of agricultural land used has for some times, been a focus of many research efforts by researchers Most of Nigerian rural po...Continue Reading »
77 pages | 495 engagements |
SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT IN ANAMBRA STATE: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS.
» SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT IN ANAMBRA STATE: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. (A CASE STUDY OF AWKA AND NNEWI INDUSTRIAL AREAS) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The dynamic role of small scale industries as engine of growth in developing countries has long been recognized. According to Ukeje (2004:108). It’s accelerative effect in achieving macro economic objectives such as full...Continue Reading »
93 pages | 535 engagements |
THE ROLE OF FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS IN POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN RURAL COMMUNITIES
» : THE CASE STUDY OF AWKA SOUTH LOCAL GOVEERNMENT AREA IN ANAMBRA STATE,NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Poverty is one of the main economic problems facing most countries in the world. There have been several strategies to tackle poverty in its various forms and dimensions. Of recent, there has been a shift from the capital intensive large scale industrial...Continue Reading »
60 pages | 541 engagements |
FINANCIAL PROBLEMS AND SURVIVAL STRATEGIES OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE
» FINANCIAL PROBLEMS AND SURVIVAL STRATEGIES OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE CASE STUDY OF AGUATA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Since Nigeria attained independence in 1960, considerable...Continue Reading »
58 pages | 493 engagements |
EFFECTIVENESS OF INNOVATIVE CUSTOMERS SERVICE AS AID TO INCREASING CUSTOMER SATI...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Before now, the self service and automated customer service has allowed companies to reduce costs while handling the ever increasing transactions effectively.However, the advent of innovation and the changing profile of customers who are becoming increasingly mobile and no longer reliant on a single communication device. This means that, ...Continue Reading »
62 pages | 1,156 engagements |
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND PERFORMANCE OF SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
» CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF STUDY There is controversy that small and medium scale business in any country where they operate play important role in the economic growth and development of that country or nation and it improves the quality of life of individuals (Ohanemu, 2006).Business organizations anywhere in the world operates within environments which according to Adidu & Olanye (2006) is an agg...Continue Reading »
90 pages | 1,333 engagements |