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EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION-MAKING AN ORGANIZATION COMMITMENT.

(A CASE STUDY OF I.M.T)

ABSTRACT

This project work was writing in attempt to give a unique touch on employee participation in decision making and organizational commitment. It deals with the nature of employees participation in organizational decision making and also the commitment of the employees in the organization good accomplishment as a result of their participation in the organization decision.

In respect to this, the researcher made same findings, to determine the extent to which lack of employee participation in decision making., to recommend to modern managers  alternative programm to employee participation. To find out if employee participation might be positively related to employee commitment and to make save relevant contribution towards the study of organizational behavior in our country.

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The researcher also enclosed or disclosed three major factors that characterized organization commitment.

The researcher also enclosed or disclosed three major factors that characterized organization commitment.

(i)                A strong belief in and acceptance of the organizational goals and values.

(ii)             A wiliness to exert considerable effort on behalf of the organization.

(iii)           A strong desire to maintain membership in the organization.

In remedy to the problems, the researcher recommended same ways of ensuring organizational employees participation in decision making.

The management of the institute should adopt and apply employees participation programmes such as democratic management.

The management should always implement any jointly made decision effectively.

The management should create opportunities for staff growth, advancement and self-actualization.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTENTS

APPROVAL PAGE

DEDICATION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE

1.     Introduction

1.1  General background to the subject matter

1.2  Problems associated with the subject matter

1.3  Problems that this study will be concern with.

1.4  The importance of studying the area.

1.5  Definition of important terms.

1.6  Reference

CHAPTER TWO.

2.     Literature Review

2.1  The origin of the subject area.

2.2  Schools of thought within the subject area

2.3  Schools of thought relevant to the problem of study

2.4  Different methods of studying the problem.

2.5  Summary

2.6  Reference.

CHAPTER THREE

3.     Conclusion

3.1  Data presentation

3.2  Recommendation

3.3  Conclusions

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

This project presents a brief review of Employee participation in decision making and organization commitment. It is intended  to investigate the types, structure, and organization of the institute of management and technology (IMT) Enugu in general. In view of this the important is based mainly on the believe that such organizations or institutions are likely to facilitate the development of a broader base, increase regional spread of activities, indigence decisions making for the organization. In addition. The promoting of Employee participation in decision making in organization development and this creates  room for a good relationship between workers and their superiors.

To crown it all, suggestions would be made with regards to the technique, which could be adopted in the future to promote the existence of employee participation in decision-making and organizational commitment and with the last section which consist of the recommendation, conclusion and suggestions for the further study.

1.1            GENERAL BACKGROUND TO THE SUBJECT MATTER

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