Effect of Employee-employer Conflict on Organizational Performance

Effect of Employee-employer Conflict on Organizational Performance CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Conflict in an employment relationship has been an issue of continuing interest and debate. Over the years, dealing with conflicts in an organization has been viewed as the sole responsibility of managers, who frequently take a rigid stance on how to deal with them. Organizations that address conflicts in this manner have failed to recognize that conflict is natural in organizational life and has its own benefits, as well as costs.In many organizations in Nigeria today, internal (intrapersonal) and interpersonal conflicts are consuming so much organizational time and attention that organizations are starting to look as though conflict is their primary business. This development is largely due to the inability of leaders in...

A Critical Evaluation of the Impact of Decision Making on Organizational Performance

A Critical Evaluation of the Impact of Decision Making on Organizational Performance (Case Study of Choice Farm Ltd.) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study         Every day, people make decisions in their homes, schools, political and governmental organizations, business boardrooms, and executive offices. Leaders and managers at the top of the organizational structure make choices, particularly strategic decisions (Hickson et al., 1986). Decision-making, by definition, is the process through which managers identify and seek to resolve organizational challenges (Bartol and Martin, 1994). According to Harris (2009), decision making is identifying and competently picking from a variety of possibilities based on personal preferences. It encompasses a wide range of processes that serve as bridges between thinking and...

A Critical Examination of the Effect of Strategic Marketing on Organizational Performance

A Critical Examination of the Effect of Strategic Marketing on Organizational Performance CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study  Organizational performance is one of the most significant issues in management study since it is the most essential criteria in assessing organizations, their activities, and their environments. Its significance is mirrored in its widespread application. Companies are seeing internationalization of their activities and events as a strategy to stay competitive in the market as a result of the current globalization market. Marketing strategy has become an important tool for any firm in the globe to stay competitive and grow stronger in today's industry. Hornby (2001), referenced in Aremu & Lawal (2012), defines marketing as "the practice of promoting, advertising, selling, and delivering an...

An Examination Of Budgetary Control And Its Impact On Organizational Performance (Case Study Of Nigeria Breweries)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study             Companies are constantly given goals that must be met within a certain amount of time. When these objectives are determined, action plans are created to steer employees toward reaching the objectives. A thorough yearly financial plan, known as a budget, may be included in the plan. Budgeting, according to Abdullahi (2012), entails setting specified objectives, reporting actual performance outcomes, and evaluating performance in relation to the established goals. Budgetary control systems are widely used and are regarded as an important instrument for financial planning. The goal of budgetary control is to offer a forecast of revenues and expenditures. This is accomplished by building a model of how our company would perform financially if specific strategies, events,...
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