Business Management Research Papers/Topics

Assets And Organizational Performance: A Case Study Of Davis And Sidrtliff Tanzania Limited

ABSTRACT Management of non cun-ent assets in organizations is of great important in running the organization efficiently on its daily operations. If those non cun-ent assets are not managed properly then there is a likely chance that organization will perform poorer. The performance of organizations depends to a large extent on how their resources are allocated and their ability to adapt to a changing condition and therefore there is a great need of the efficient internal control of the orga...

An Analysis Of The Capital Market And Investment Development In Rwanda. A Case Study Rwanda Capital Market

Table of Contents DEDICATION ............................................................................................................................................... i ACKNOWLEGEMENT ............................................................................................................................... ii Appronil ..................................................................................................................................................... iii List of tabl...

Motivation And Performance Of Employees

ABSTRACT This study was about the impact of motivation on employee performance in German Technical Firm. The purpose of the study was to find out the content of existing motivation policy. The study also gives a clear picture on relationship between motivation and employee performance in German Technical Firm. The study was carried out at head office of German Technical Firm Located in Nairobi, which has about one hundred and fifty employees. It has been observed that motivation has not been ...

Strategic analysis and choice in the financial and telecommunications industries in Uganda. A case study of Stanbic bank ltd and MTN Uganda.

ABSTRACT In Congruence, the details of this research paper, note that the most profound and encouraging change in many business is partly due to changes in strategic thinking. Inevitably, strategic analysis and choice remains a concem creating a linkage that had been the SBL and MTN business strategy to enhance optimization and coordination of the company's value chain (products, brands, industry position, and structure) to create trade-off for leveraging the long-te1m strategic posture. In ...

Design A Monitoring And Evaluation Strategy For Effective Optimized Online Patient Record Handling System Case Study: Muhimbili National Hospital

Abstract  Information technology is now a basic part of the fabric of every institutional organization. It is almost impossible to find any area of the organization customer service, distribution, finance, marketing or production where strategy, planning and operation do not depend heavily on some aspect of information technology as either a competitive necessity or an opportunity. Designing an Online Patient Record Handling System will improve the general management of Muhimbili National Ho...

Working Capital Management And Business Growth A Case Study Of Katantazi Enterprises, In Kansanga Makindye Division Kamp Ala District

This study was carried out with a purpose of establishing the effect of working capital management on growth of business organizations. The study was carried out basing on the following objectives; to establish the effective means of managing working capital, to establish the relationship between working capital and business growth and to examine the different factors that affect business grow. The methodology used both primary and secondary data sources through questionnaires, interview...

The Impact Of Information Systems To An Internal Audit Environment Case Study Of Uganda Breweries Ltd

ABSTRACT The study was carried out in Uganda Breweries Limited, in PortBell. The study aimed at assessing the Impact of Information Systems to an Internal Audit Environment and see whether it is viable and powerful to changes on technological development of Uganda Breweries Limited. The dissertation comprises of five (5) chapters. It started with the background of the study which analyzed the background of the organization and the problems that the manual system had. This chapter also gave th...

The Role Of Customer Satisfaction And Its Effects On Sales Volume: A Case Study Of Toyota Uganda

ABSTRACT The study was carried to establish the role of customer satisfaction and its effects on sales volume (a case study of Toyota Uganda). it was guided by a number of objectives which were to examine the factors that affect customer satisfaction, to determine ways to improve customer satisfaction, establish factors that determine sales volume, and to establish ways on how to improve sales. The study mainly concentrated on Toyota motor vehicles users. The study focused on Toyota Uganda t...

Marketing Strategies And Performance Of Telecommunication Companies: A Case Study Of Uganda Telecom

ABSTRACT In every organization there are certain marketing strategies that should be considered. This is because the performance depends on the strategies chosen. This has always been a problem to some organizations that choose poorly those Strategies. The aim of the objectives is to solve the problems concerning the strategies. Those objectives are as follows. i. To investigate the various marketing strategies offered by Uganda telecom so as to establish a clear picture on the ground. ii. E...

The Impact Of Training On The Performance Of Organisations

Abstract This research was concerned with review of the impact of training on the effective perfonnance of an organization. The focus was on training of the workers and fi.mctional managers. Different scholars have defined the term training differently in different ways but with one concept of getting skills and knowledge to perform a job. Training therefore cuts across from workers to top-level managers, from new corners to incumbents of the job. Flippo (1984) suggests that, "Training is the...

The Attitudes Of The Local Communities Towards Conservation Through Ecotourism In Uganda

Ecotourism is new in Uganda and aims at benefiting local communities worldwide. In Budongo forest, it was introduced a few years back and one would expect it by now to be understood by the local communities and be appreciated if it is yielding benefits to them. The study was conducted between June and July in Budongo forest, Masindi district. The results showed that it was mainly indirect benefits that were being realized by the local communities. Although capacity building is one of the maj...

The Effect Of Inventory Control Systems On Performance Of The Stores Department Case Study Of Joint Medical Stores

ABSTRACT The study sought to establish the effects of inventory control systems on performance of the stores department where by inventory control system is the planned methods of managing and storing the material at the lowest possible cost with out affecting the production and distribution schedule, it also involves the monitoring of the stock movement where as stores department is the department in an organization where goods purchased kept or stored to be dispatched to the intended use t...

The Impact Of Brand Image On Consumer Choice A Case Study Of Unilever Uganda

Almost every business has a trading name, from the smallest market trader to the largest multinational corporation which is used to distinguish the company's themselves and their products. Brand is a distinctive symbol or name created with the intention to identify and recognize the goods or services of one seller or a particular group of sellers. Another purpose is to differentiate such goods or services from its competitors. As such a brand signals to its customers the specific source of ...

The Impact Of Group Work On Employee Performance Case Study: Uganda Wild Life Education Center Entebbe

The pupose of the study was to establish the impact of group work on employee performance in Uganda Wild Life Education Center. The objective of the study was to exarnine the impact of group work on employee performance, to establish the relationship between group work and employee performance and to identify the objectives of group work. The researcher used questionnaires and interviews as the research instruments. The data collection comprised of both primary and secondary data. Also data w...

Design And Implementation Of A Human Resource Management And Recruitment System Using Open Source Tools. Study Of Rift Valley Railways

Abstract The fast growth in communication and information systems around the world generally and in East Africa in particular, has made it easier for major institutions to better organize their databases. In the case study of the Rift Valley Railways, the objective was to develop a costeffective computerized human resource management system. The researchers developed a system which was user-friendly and could be readily adopted by other organizations. A database was developed to store the use...


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