Research Papers/Topics in Management And Administration

The Role Of Accountancy Fms And Tax Avoidance In Uganda A Case Of Price Waterhouse Coopers (Pwc) And Uganda Revenue Authority (Ura)

ABSTRACTThe purpose of study was to ascertain the relationship between accountancy firm services mterms of professional preparation of financial statements, tax advisory services, audit servicesand tax avoidance in order to get empirical solutions so as to improve the width and depth of thetax base. The objectives of the study were as follow; i) To find out the influence of theprofossional preparation of financial statements by Accountancy firms on Tax avoidance .. ii) Toestablish the ef...

Challenges Of The Board Of Management In Management Of Staff And Students Personnel In Secondary Schools In Gatundu South District, Kenya

The purpose of this study was to investigate the challenges of Board of Management in management of staff and students personnel in public secondary schools in Gatundu South District. The objectives were to assess the roles of board members in management of staff and student personnel, assess the influence of board members level of education and professional qualifications in handling personnel matters, establish the influence of board members competence on academic p...

Socio-Cultural Factors That Influence Pupils Wastage In Public Primary Schools In Keiyo South Sub- County, Kenya

ABSTRACTThe government of Kenya has provided free and compulsory primary education for all school going children. Irrespective of free education there is significant wastage rate of primary school children in public schools in Keiyo South Sub County. The main objectives of the study were to investigate socio-cultural factors that influence pupils‟ wastage in public primary schools in Keiyo South Sub County. Specific Objectives of the study were: to identify the socio-cultural factors that i...

Organizational Work Environment And Employee Job Satisfaction: The Case Of Judicial Service

ABSTRACT This study investigated the impact of the working environment on employees’ job satisfaction in the Judicial Service, Accra. Specifically, the study analyzed the direct and indirect relationship among work environment, variables of safety, relationship with co-workers and motivation on job satisfaction. Methodologically, the study was a cross sectional quantitative survey that involved the use of self-administered structured questionnaire that gathered data from respondents o...

Sales and revenue optimization in pharmaceutical companies: the role of an erp system. A case study of ayrton drug manufacturing limited

ABSTRACT “Though ERP has gained some importance in the IS literature over the past few years and is a major phenomenon in practice, through a) historical analysis, b) meta-analysis of representative IS literature, and c) a survey of academic experts, we divulge unorthodox views on the phenomenon. Given this variety of perspectives, it is unlikely that at this stage a generally agreed definition of ERP can be achieved” (Klaus, Helmut et al, 2000).This research seeks to primarily asce...

Enhancing Project Performance Through Procurement, Supply Chain And Behavioural Management: A Case Study

ABSTRACT The study aimed at determining how project performance could be enhanced through procurement, supply chain and behavioural management at the MAK Catering Services Limited. In this quantitative study, questionnaires were used as the research tool to investigate the perceptions the employees had of supply chain and behaviour management at the company. Data obtained were collated, organized and analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) analysis software to ...

The Influence Of Technology On Organizational Strategy And Performance: A Case Of Winmat Publishers Limited

ABSTRACT This research looked to decide the degree of utilization of technology and its influence on performance and organizational strategy at Winmat Publishers Limited which is an educational publishing institution. In achieving a descriptive survey, the objectives of the study were utilized. Again, ―the collection of primary data was done through the use of questionnaire‖. The study‘s targeted population contained the whole Winmat Publishers Limited Head office staff which is 1...

The Effect Of Human Resource Management Practices (Compensation) On Employee Effectiveness

ABSTRACT Human Resource Management is the process through which management builds the workforce and tries to create the human performances that the organization needs (Boxall & Purcell, 2016). Compensation which is the ability and responsibility of a company to contribute to its employees for their achievement of task and to appreciate their performance is one of the key HRM activity. This study was conducted to examine the effect of compensation on employee effectiveness. This study ex...

Assessing Project Management Ineffeciencies On Organisational Performance At Raycom Techonologies Ltd,

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to assess project management inefficiencies on organisational performance. There is a higher demand for improved performance of organisations being it profit making or not for profit making organisations. This performance depends largely on effective and efficient implementation of projects in these organisations and this places emphasis on effective project management in business organisations. The study and practice of project management has ...

Understanding Employees Perceptions Of Inequity In Organizations’ Reward Systems And Its Effects On Employee Job Satisfaction

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to provide understanding on how employees’ perception of inequity in organizations’ reward systems affects their job satisfaction. Guided by literature on employees’ perception of inequity and its effects on their job satisfaction, data was collected from 50 employees of AirtelTigo (Regional Retail and Franchise unit of the Customer Experience Team) using self-administered questionnaire. Based on descriptive analysis it was found that employee...

Organizational Behaviour: A Study Of Ethics And Deviance At Sahara Group, Ghana

ABSTRACT Deviant behaviours in organizations is costing firms in terms of resource loss and goodwill. Deviant practices and its triggers are of concern to all stakeholders of organizations and this inform the current study to examine ethics and deviance in one of the Multinational Company (MNC) in the downstream oil and gas company, Sahara Group. The study used a mixed method by employing both in-depth interviews and survey techniques. Forty-five respondents were sampled using purposive...

The Role Of Information Technology In Customs Clearance: A Study Of The Customs Division Of The Ghana Revenue Authority,

ABSTRACT The study assesses the impact of information technology in ensuring efficiency in operations of the Customs Division. It is descriptive in nature and employs the quantitative research approach through the use of questionnaires. A sample size of fifty (50) and participants were chosen by random sampling methods. The study found that most of the activities rely on the use of IT and that these activities have been automated to make operations very effective and efficient. The ...

Leadership And Organizational Performance At Konnected Limited.

ABSTRACTThe purpose of the study was to examine if leadership does play a role in the performance of an organization. This was examined at Konnected Ltd- a multinational engineering firm in Ghana. The study employed the qualitative approach to gather data from employees. A sample size of eleven (11) mid to top level management employees were sampled using convenience and purposive sampling method to share their insight about leadership and performance at Konnected Ltd. From the findings of th...

The Effect of Organizational Justice on Job Satisfaction: A Case Study of Accounting Firms in Ghana

ABSTRACT The study sought to examine the overall effect of organizational justice on the job satisfaction of employees among selected firms in Ghana. Guided by the literature, the study sample 60 a respondent from 3 accounting firms to examine the effect of organizational justice on the job satisfaction of employees and found that procedural and distributive justice were the two most common types of justice orientation within the firms. These categories help define the concept of justice...

Understanding The Extent to Which Teachers Recognize Other Forms of Rewards Apart From Money

ABSTRACT The research purpose is to know whether teachers recognize other forms of rewards apart from money. Guided by Literature only on understanding the extent to which teachers recognize other forms of rewards aside from money. Data was collected from Fifteen (15) teachers of Queens International using self-administered questionnaires, based on descriptive analyses it was found that teachers in the school hold the perception that paying everyone the same amount promotes mediocrity.I...


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