the causes of failures among some managers in business organization. a case study of first bank nig. plc enugu

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THE CAUSES OF FAILURES AMONG SOME MANAGERS IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION. A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK NIG. PLC ENUGU 

ABSTRACT
In many organization today managers failed because of lack of managerial skills, and lack of communication between managements and workers.
 They cannot escape the trend. Research and development gives the clew on how best to give final solution to any failure that arises in business organization today.
 However, I ensure that failures amongst managers can be eradicated and making possible solutions to the problems. While I introduced the importance of tackling any rising problems.
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this project is nothing short of what organization is all about and possible ways of achieving our goals or objectives.
In this aspect therefore it will be wise for us to know what is an organization. The “organization” is the act of putting into systematic relationship those elements and activities essential to the satisfaction of purpose of organization; this aids the achievement of a given purpose by facilitating and fostering co-operation. Co-ordination and interaction between people, between functions and between department.
 Sometimes we try to ask who is a manager?
Most of us direct our attention to a company or to any organization.
 A Manager from my view could be a man with his family.  In another aspect, a manager could be a person who can control those in his company since he has the knowledge of controlling both skilled and unskilled staff to achieve the set goals of the company.
 However, in any organization therefore which concern in this topic that a manager is a person who attempts to achieve certain objectives by directing human activities in production for goods and services. He utilizes the land, factory, office machinery and offer facilities at his disposal in the most effective manner. Denyer d. c (1976) defined management as the act and science of achieving the objectives of a business in most efficient way. The act of carrying out his functions, which goes to make up his job, is described as management.
 Management therefore, is the process of getting things done through people by certain objectives examples, formulation, plans, organizing, directing, staffing, controlling and innovating people. It has been observed that the British government that colonized us merely taught us Arts subject without getting into other aspect of education, what would have been of educational important were neglected such as: Business and Science Education. This have affected our country in general, most of the managers read Arts subjects and they only got to that managerial position by promotion. This then reveals that they lack knowledge or training for the post they hold.
 The second aspect which militate against the progress of managers is that most of them in the position got there as a result of their numerous experience, with this they are deemed fit for this position. There is what I may call “Job incompatibility” (conflict) among managers just imagine a situation where the Junior staff who received the managerial skills are made to work with senior staff managers. This will automatically bring conflict to the organization because each and everyone of them will try to make sure that the workers carries out his and only his instruction.
 In conclusion, when a man marries his trouble begins, and when he marries twice his troubles are bigger. In some way as well, for a manager in an organization his problems become complex when he is unaware of the cause of his failure. Our manager should be aware of their loop- holes and make necessary adjustment to avoid failure.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
APPROVAL PAGE
DEDICATION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
ABSTRACT
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 General background to the subject matter
1.2 Problems associated with the subject matter
1.3 Problems that the study will be concerted with
1.4 The importance of study the area
1.5 Definition of important terms
1.6 Chapter reference /using APA method
CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1  The origin of the subject area.
2.2 School of thought within the subject area.
2.3 The school of thought relevant to the problem of study.
2.4 Different method studying the problem.
2.5 Summary.
2.6 Reference.
CHAPTER THREE
3.CONCLUSION
3.1  Data presentation /highlights of the study.
3.2 Analysis of the data.
3.4 Conclusion.
3.5 References.
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