Communication subsist and impacts upon everything, that is an event or occurrence worth noting. It is this pervasiveness of communication that has, with the development of man, animal and the elements, developed it into a major area of study as well as formidable social force. It is of pedestrian essence, an everyday thing (perhaps even an every moment thing) because it pervades our very existence, our very routine of living.
The researcher’s interest in this topic emanated from the above promise also as a student of communication would like to find out the effect of communication gap on organizational performance.
Questionnaires, personal interviews, personal observation, journals, textbooks, official records, etc, were used to gather primary and secondary data which were used to analyse using statistical techniques as percentage, ratios, means table and charts.
The population interest included, both senior and junior staff of I.M.T. students were also taken into consideration. This enabled the researcher arrive at a dependable result.
Random sample method was adopted to elicit the response. The method adopted in information dissemination, the effect of communication gap whether their plan to improve on their communication system? The importance of communication and if the management takes suggestion from other individual staff as it relates to organizational policies in the Institution were all examined and discussed.
However, the result of the survey revealed that the Institution agrees that communication is imperative in the successful operation of management. The outcome of this research work will go a long way to portray the effect of communication gap in organizational performance.
In the light of this, some strong recommendations were made for those who care to know.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY
1.2STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
1.3OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.4SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS STUDY
1.7CONCEPTUAL AND OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF TERMS
1.8LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
2.1REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURES
2.2PURPOSES OF COMMUNICATION
2.3THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS
2.5DIRECTION OF COMMUNICATION
2.6THE SUMMARY OF LITERATURE
3.3RESEARCH SAMPLE SIZE
3.5METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
3.9SECONDARY DATA INFORMATION
3.10TECHNIQUES OF DATA ANALYSIS
4.1ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA
5.1SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATION, CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTION ON FUTURE STUDY
5.2RECOMMENDATION FOR FUTURE STUDIES
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