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The Effect Of Management Development Programmes On Top Level Employee’s Productivity

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to concentrate on the effect of management development progammes employee’s production in an organization the Elite Textile Industries Nigeria Limited, Iganmu, Lagos. Various respondents among the department of the organization were selected to respond to the questionnaire.

Utilizing the sire method, the questionnaire was used together information needed and questionnaires were administered to a total number of 23 employees of Elite Textile Industries Nigeria Limited, Iganmu, Lagos. A simple frequency was used for data analysis in other to determine the variable provided. (Thi-square (x2) test was applied to hypothesis testing.

Furthermore, a through examination was made of literature on the topic of study. The information in the related literature was used in part of formulate the recommended procedures.

The findings related that training and development are very essential to every business organization for the survival of the business because of the competition rate of the industries. Also business organization will increase their productivity level continuously with a well planned development programmes for their staff and this will go a long way to aid management succession.

The researcher agrees that the staff development center (S.D.C) of the company deserves some commendation for the development program for their staff and this will go to aid management succession and the management to achieve its objectives.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page

Certification page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of content

CHAPTER ONE

1.0 Background of the study

1.1 Statement of the problem

1.2 Objectives of the study

1.3 Purpose of the study

1.4 Significance of the study

1.5 Scope of the study

1.6 Research questions

1.7 Research hypothesis

1.8 Historical background of Elite Textile Industries Nig. Ltd.

1.9 Organization Chart

1.10 Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 Review of related literature

2.1 Management development

2.2 Identification of needs for developing employee

2.3 Training method for managerial development

24  Problem faced by developing manager

2.5 The process of management development

CHAPTER THREE

3.0 Research methodology

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Method and source of data collection

3.3 Sample size

3.4 Research instrument and techniques

3.5 Questionnaire design and assumption

3.6 Validity and reliability of instrument

3.7 Method of data analysis used.

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0 Data presentation and analysis

4.1 How questionnaire was distributed the employee of each department

42  Distribution of questionnaire by sex

4.3 Distribution of questionnaire by age analysis

4.4 Distribution of questionnaire by status

4.5 Length of service in the establishment years of service

46  Position of the company

4.7 Respondent response result from effect of development on their overall production.

4.8 Are management development programme cared toward increase in productivity.

4.9 How effective are employees productivity after understanding a development programmes.

4.10 How do you asses the skill acquired by employee after development programme.

4.11 Presentation of personal interview

4.12 Testing of hypothesis

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0 Summary, Conclusion, Recommendation and suggestions for further studies

3.1 Summary of findings

52  Conclusion

5.3 Recommendations

3.4 Suggestion for further studies

References

CHAPTER ONE

1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Management is a unique element that is applicable to any establishment or organization, management has been differently defined by many people. Some look at it as a man made term or a group of people that control the affairs of an establishment.

Management is also referred to as a process demanding the productivity of specific function, here being seen as a profession. However, management is also a process that involves planning, organizing, coordinating, motivating and controlling resources before the stated objective can be admired. For management to achieve its objectives resources must be available, these resources may be material, human and financial and they all to be organized, coordinated and controlled in order to achieved the stated objectives.

According to British Institute of Management, Management can also be seen as the process of getting things done through other people or subordinate.

A management must have task to be achieved and he cannot achieve things without the assistance of the subordinates, the subordinate will perform the job. Good management looks to the future and prepares it hence, one important way is to develop and train

manager so that they can be able to cope with new demands problems and challenges.

Indeed, organization has the responsibility to provide training and development opportunity for the employees so that they can reach their full potentials, training is concerned with present development and with the future.

However, during the 1905s, firm became aware that management needs special knowledge and skill that can be taught. This motion was conclude surely arrived at when it is discovered that today business organization has certain characteristics is complexity, this has been in the form of broad production line, based on challenging technology, serving international market characterized by many firms.

1.1STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Many companies are today being faced by declining productivity, the reasons may be due to low morale, unconductive environment, poor 1ary package need to be abreast to time to ensures that they are it tuned to ways of handling equipments that can enhance productivity. These must be done in the face of declining economy and company scarce resource & For an organization to achieve its objectives effectively, such organization must introduce or have a kind of training and development for the employees to enhance better productivity.

1.2 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The major aim and objective of the study is to examine the effective of management development program on employment productivity in an organization.

This study aim at looking into the following

  1. To examine whether management development program eventually increase workers productivity.
  2. To discuss the need for management development in the Nigeria industries.
  3. To know how management development increase the organization present and future capacity.
  4. To proffers suggestion towards solving these problems.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

Management and employees development program are those organization sponsored programme aimed at education supervisory and employees above the immediate technical requirement of their jobs. This research work will be useful to the management, employees and organization at large. This study would help management to look for the types of the development system appropriate for their employees. More over, the study will assist organization to achieve their aims and objectives.

1.5 SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

The case study of this project would be and the scope is to critically analyze the effect of management development programmes on employees productivity in an organization with reference to the case study. This study will cover some typical problem of management development programme in the Nigeria firms, the time allocated for the research work is very limited and unfavorable.

Moreover, the tools needed for the secondary data like the journal, textbooks and some from chapter four of the management (C.M.D) are difficult to get or some by.

1.6 RESEARCH QUESTIONS

The research of this native roll to test some question inform of hypothesis statement which either true or false. These questions include;

  1. Do managers really play important roles employee’s development?
  2. Do the employee’s respond to training and development?
  3. How often are their impacts directly related to the development programmes?
  4. What are the foils used in the management development programme?

1.7 RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS

Ho: There is no significant relationship between management development programmes and employees productivity

Hi: There is no significant relationship between management development programmes and employees productivity.

Ho: there is no significant between manager’s rile and employee’s development.

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