AN APPRAISAL OF BUDGETING AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR OF NIGERIA ( A CASE STUDY OF PHCN, UYO)

AN APPRAISAL OF BUDGETING AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR OF NIGERIA

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title           
Declaration          
Approval page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract     
Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE: Introduction 

1.0     Introduction

    • Statement of Problem
    • Objectives of the study
    • Significance of the study
    • Statement of Hypothesis
    • Scope and limitations of the study
    • Definition of  Terms     

CHAPTER TWO – Literature review

2.1     Overview of Human Resource Management
2.1.1  Significance of Human Resource Planning
2.1.2  Aims of Human Resource Planning
2.1.3  The Relationship between Human Resource Development and  Business Planning
2.1.4  Method and Techniques of Human Resource Development   
2.1.5  Training in the Context of High Performance Work Organization
21.6   The Role of Training in High Performance Work Organizations
2.1.7  Training as a Component of Performance Improvement        
2.2     Overview of Material Resource Management

  • 2.2.1  Materials Control
  • 2.2.2  Purchasing (Procurement)
  • 2.2.3  Stock Ordering
  • 2.2.4  Types of Stocktaking
  • 2.2.5  Benefits of Stocktaking
  • 2.3     Overview of Financial Resource Management
  • 2.3.1  Objectives of Financial Management

2.3.2  Effective Financial Management in an Organization
2.3.3  The Role of Financial Managers
2.3.4  Role of Financial Management in the Public Sector
2.4     Role of Resource Management in an Organization.

CHAPTER THREE – Research Methodology
3.0       Introduction

    • Description of Research Method
    • Description of the Population
    • Description of Sample Procedures
    • Description of Research Instrument Used          
    • Description of Data Gathering Procedure           
    • Description of data Analytical Procedure           
    • Conclusion

CHAPTER FOUR – Data Presentation and Analysis

    • Introduction 

4.2       Data Analysis
4.2       Test of Hypothesis

CHAPTER FIVE – Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations
5.0       Introduction 
5.1       Summary
5.2       Conclusion
5.3       Recommendations
Bibliography
Appendix


CHAPTER ONE: Introduction
1.0     INTRODUCTION
Increasing competition is continually pushing businesses towards more efficient processes, and slimmer margins. Highly capitalized industries have to ensure that their resources are used most effectively. Yet at the same time, businesses must adjust to rapidly changing customer requirements and supply chain conditions. The key to achieving operational excellence,  therefore, is in the effective and flexible management of resources, and this means optimizing and scheduling people, processes, vehicles, equipment, and materials so that utilization is maximized while business goals are met.

Rowden (1995) define resources management as the process of using a company's resources in the most efficient way possible. These resources can include tangible resources such as goods and equipment, financial resources, and labor resources such as employees. Resource management can include ideas such as making sure one has enough physical resources for one's business, but not an overabundance so that products won't get used, or making sure that people are assigned to tasks that will keep them busy and not have too much downtime.

The wealth of any organization is to a very great extent determined by its human resources. The place and value of human effort as a resource for any organizational productivity, efficiency and effectiveness in operation cannot be over emphasized.  This capacity building developing and maintaining well trained, skilled experienced and quality human resources that will carry out the various task of the organization becomes an issue of importance.

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