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1. THE EFFECT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE
» ABSTRACT The aim of the study is to examine the effect of corporate social responsibility on organizational performance. The population comprises of two thousand seven hundred (2700) workforces. The questionnaires were issued to one hundred and thirty five (135) respondents which formed the sample size. The samples were drawn using stratified and simple random sampling technique. Data were analyze...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 50 pages | 3,467 engagements |
2. THE IMPACT OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ON ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE
» ABSTRACT The strategic management function is perhaps the most fundamental and most important aspect of management and managing. It takes superior entrepreneurship and competent strategic implementation and execution to produce superior organizational performance over the long run. A great strategic plan that is flawlessly executed seldom produces gold star results either. In the light of the abov...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 50 pages | 5,082 engagements |
3. WORKERS MOTIVATION AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMNCE IN THE NATIONAL CENTER OF ECONO...
» ABSTRACT The essence of this study is to find out why public sector does not fully benefits from the accumulated knowledge of work motivation and what can be done in this context to improve organizational efficiency and employee's performance. The inability of government workers to improve efficiency through pay rise and other motivational policies necessitated the research questions to determine ...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 50 pages | 2,946 engagements |
4. FREQUENT STRIKE ACTIONS AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF LAGOS STATE INSTITUTIO...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Industrial conflict is constant and an inevitable part of any organization. The concept is associated with the "conflict theory" as organizations deal with people competing for self interest. However, strike, an extreme form of industrial conflict, can be avoided, but most organizations hardly ever plan to avoid it even when they know it ...Continue Reading »
Item Type: Project Material | 50 pages | 3,838 engagements |
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