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CHALLENGES AFFECTING PROCUREMENT PROCESSES IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background to the Study Procurements processes entail various functions move far beyond traditional perception that procurement main role is acquiring works or services from outside sources for replenishing organization needs. Mlinga (2007), describe procurements as activity of assessing, buying of works, goods and service. Today, in many countries, public procurement has […]

WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT AND FIRMS PERFORMANCE

ABSTRACT This study investigated the relationship between working capital management measured by account receivable period (ACRP), inventory period (INVP), cash conversion cycle (CCC) and sales Growth (SG) and profitability performance measured by returns on assets (ROA). The study utilized secondary data obtained from the annual financial statements of Nigerian Manufacturing companies listed on the Nigerian […]

THE IMPACT OF MULTIPLE TAXATION ON BUSINESS SURVIVAL IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Taxation is one of the major fiscal policies the government of any nation such as Nigeria can use to achieve economic stability and in the financing of capital expenditure. Various taxes are levied upon the income, wealth or gain of an individual, family and business firm by the government for the purpose or benefits […]

THE IMPACT OF SERVICE RECOVERY ON CUSTOMER LOYALTY

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION In today’s business world, competition has made it difficult for sellers to survive and every day new sellers or new products are coming to the market. In order to survive, earn high profit and avoiding customer Switching cost, customer loyalty has become a very important concept in recent years. The importance of […]

CHALLENGES FACING TRANSPORT SECTOR IN PROVIDING QUALITY SERVICE TO THE SOCIETY

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background to the Study The transportation sectors most especially the road transport provide the most efficient means of moving people especially in density populated urban centers. In addition to the well-being of its users, public transport plays a vital role in the productivity of cities which in turn has a direct […]

CHALLENGES AND PROSPECT IN BUDGETARY SYSTEM IN PUBLIC SERVICE IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background to the Study Budgeting is an important concept that is pertinent to any organization (Schadone, 2012). In very generic terms also, Igbara, Tordee, Nwadike and Abuba (2016, p.1) described the budget as the distribution of resources (most often money) for certain purposes and as the word can be attributed to […]

CAPACITY BUILDING AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN CIVIL SERVICE OF NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Capacity building and development must be based on a need analysis derived from a comparison of “actual performance‟‟ and behavior with “required performance‟‟ and behavior. Capacity building and development is one of the major ways organization invests in the workforce for greater return today and even in […]

ASSESSMENT ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF TEAM WORK TO THE PERFORMANCE OF ORGANIZATION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background to the Study Team work enhances organizational cohesion or integration consequently giving rise to synchronization of efforts among the employed resulting in higher productivity. The U.S. Climate Action Partnership, as it’s known, is putting intense pressure on the federal government to reduce carbon emissions. Never before has there been such […]

ASSESSMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUND IN MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background of the Study Employee’s training and development is seen as the most important formation of any competent management. The reason is not far-fetched, the ever increasing technological sophistication especially in this age of computer technology has really make it compulsory for organizations to meet changing situations. Training for capacity building […]

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