BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

AN ASSESSMENT OF SAVINGS AND CREDITS GROUPS ON POVERTY REDUCTION IN AKWA IBOM STATE

Background to the ProblemRural households have continuously devised various methods to fight poverty. Suchmethods include the development of village financial systems (Rural Poverty Report,2001). There are differences though as per countries, within particular areas andamong populations. Studies conducted in South Central America (Bolivia, Nicaraguaand Colombia), Asia (India and Vietnam), and East Africa (Uganda) conclude thesemethods …

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LOAN REPAYMENTS BETWEEN
SAVINGS AND CREDIT COOPERATIVES SOCIETIES AND
MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS BORROWERS

Background InformationIn the developing countries there are number of individuals who are financiallyunprivileged. However, microfinance institutions (MFIs) have globally recognizedtrue financial needs as prospective component of strategies of developmentorganizations, governments, and societies to promote enterprises in developingcountries. Microfinance programs and institutions have become an increasinglyimportant component of strategies to reduce poverty through promotion of micro …

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LOAN REPAYMENTS BETWEEN
SAVINGS AND CREDIT COOPERATIVES SOCIETIES AND
MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS BORROWERS
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ROAD TRANSPORATION MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Customer satisfaction is crucial for the success and survival of any business. It is one of the important determinants of loyalty. That’s why; it is a key aspect of companies’ strategic planning. Customer satisfaction is a sense of pleasure and bliss as one feels after purchase or usage. …

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ADOPTION OF E-PROCUREMENT SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: A NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR PERSPECTIVE

CHAPTER ONE Introduction Supply chain management (SCM), as per the definition and description of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP 2010),  is to encompass the management of  the overall planning and controlling of all processes, which are involved in operations management, logistics, information technology, procurement, transportation, conversion and distribution throughout a supply chain. …

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POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMME AND ELIMINATION OF CONFLICTS IN KATSINA STATE

The eradication of conflicts may be accomplished by removing/taking away the known reasons or causes of conflict/insecurity such as poverty, poor governance, corruption, etc. This article will thus concentrate on Nigeria’s involvement in the removal/reduction of conflicts/insecurity of poverty alleviation programmes. This is because, in Nigeria and other comparable third world nations, abject poverty has …

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effect of multiple taxation on SME survival in ABA North

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study The idea of tax is as ancient as the history of humanity in Africa. It may be examined as a quantity, effort, contribution, or services in kind (i.e. goats, cows, crops, grass clearing, etc.) or as a monetary value (i.e. cash) contributing towards the common management of …

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IMPACT OF MOTIVATION ON EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction People management is an important part of management. Recognize that the human element and the organisation are synonymous (Olufunke, 2000). A well-run company saw an average worker as the source of quality and productivity gains (Akintunde, 2005). Employees, not capital investment, were the primary source of improvement in these organisations. …

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SALES PROMOTION AS A MANAGERIAL TOOL IN BUSINESS ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY BANK PLC)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   BACKGROUND OF STUDY Sales promotion, a key ingredient in marketing campaigns; the need to promote a product, service or an idea cannot be over emphasized. Obi (2002) described sales promotion consists of the related promotional activities that are necessary to supplement personal selling. Some of these include distribution of sample products …

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IMPACT OF STRATEGIC PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT ON CORPORATE PERFORMANCE (A CASE STUDY OF GTB PLC)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Armmd 1999, empirical researchers began to examine the performance and consequences of formal strategic planning (Thune and House, 1999; Ansoff et al., 2000; Herold, 2001) and over 40 planning performance studies have appeared since that time. However, in recent years this line of research has slowed to a …

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN COMMERCIAL BANKS (A CASE STUDY OF UNION BANK PLC)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Human resources management conters on the modern world of work with the emphasis on people which are the most critical and differentiating resources for achieving future desired by every organization. Labour being the production for not only the future success but also for the reinvention of organization. For …

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