MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO)

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page

Abstract
Table of content
CHAPTER ONE
1.0   INTRODUCTION
1.1   Background of the study
1.2   Statement of the problems
1.3   Purpose of the study
1.4   Significance of the study
1.5   Research Questions
1.6   Scope of the study
1.7   Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO
        Literature Review
2.0   Introduction
2.1   The concept and definition of manpower
        development
2.2   Objectives of manpower development
2.3   Usefulness of manpower development
2.4      Types of manpower development
2.5      Summary of literature review

CHAPTER THREE
3.0   Methodology
3.1      Brief Outline of the Study
3.2      Design of the Study
3.3      Area of the Study
3.4      The Population of the Study
3.5      Sample size
3.6      Instrument for Data Collection
3.7      Validation of the Instrument
3.8      Distribution and Retrieval of the Instrument
3.9      Method of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0   Data Presentation and Analysis

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1   Summary of Findings
5.2   Conclusion
5.3   Recommendations
5.4   Limitations of the Study
5.1      Suggestion for Further Study
Appendix
Questionnaire
References



ABSTRACT
One of topical issues of discussion these day in most organization is manpower development and its retention to increased productivity. This project is geared towards studying manpower development and productivity in tertiary institutions using the Federal Polytechnic Oko as a case study. The research exhaustively explained the concept of manpower development and it’s application to any organization. However in the course of this study, it was discovered that one of the major reasons on low performance on the part of many employees in the higher institutions is that most of them in key areas have not been well equipped with proper skills or knowledge to enable them effectively handle the responsibility assigned to them. Also discovered as hindering to increased productivity is the inability of the institution to retain the staff already equipped with specialized skills, therefore, this research report stands to recommend ways through which manpower development and its eventual productivity should be given serious attention they deserve. The literature review and the theoretical framework provided in this study only served as an ideal against which the overall manpower development effort and all other process that go with it in any organization and federal polytechnic Oko, to be specific can be assessed. Information and other materials therein were obtained directly through documentary source, personal interview and questionnaires for originality for adequacy, which formed the based for the findings and recommendations therein.


CHAPTER ONE
1.0  INTRODUCTION
       No organization has ever succeeded without human effort, in fact, human effort is undoubtedly the sine-qua-non for the extent to which the set goals of this organization are realized or not realized. This is simple because every other resource that contributes the organizational goal attainment are initiated and determined by the person who make up the organization.
        Onah (1995), quoting Oguyi emphasize the importance of manpower in nation building. He says that:
        No nation in the world can carry out any of its development, programme without adequate and competent manpower. The vital role of manpower comes into focus....

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