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EFFECTIVE MOTIVATIONAL PROGRAMMES AND PRODUCTIVITY IN GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE HEALTH MANAGEMENT BOARD)

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ABSTRACT
The continued decline in productivity government  parastatals despite huge financial and material resources invested in them has been a matter of concern to all  well meaning Nigerians. This has in its part contributed to  the economic crisis which the country is currently facing. This research work is designed to look into the motivational aspect of the work environment and its relative effect on productivity  in these parastatals.
Some how workers in the public sectors of the economy are no effectively motivated into increasing their productivity and this has a major factor in contributing  to the decline in productivity and subsequently to the present condition of the economy. these it is the purpose of the study  to investigate the     assumptions as stated in the hypothesis.
The data used for this research were collected mainly through the use of questionnaire. These questionnaires were positioned in various cadres of workers in the Imo State hospital manageemnt board in all the three (3) zones of the state. The data collected were analyzed by percentage and chi-square statistical methods the findings of the research are:
1.That a fairly good majority of  workers in these parastatals are happy with  their job
2.That the management of these parastatals does not pay worker nor reward staff for putting more effort in their job
3.That majority of the workers opted for promotion salaries  recognition high payment of wages/salaries as the major conditions for them to increase their productivity 
4.The management of the parastatals virtually make no effort to recognize and compensate workers.
5.That sponsored training programme in the parastatals are few
6.That very good inter-relationship exist among the worker.
7.That 96 percent of workers affirmed to the fact that if they are compensated affectively they will increase their productivity.
8.That the inherent problem of financial benefits and welfare especially has covered the standard of living of the workers.
Finally the recommendations suggested to help alleviate the problem areas are:
1.The employers should device an effective and efficient means of paying the worker the various benefits and care fro welfare
2.The motivational  factors like promotion increase in salaries and recognition should be used as means of gingering the workers into increase performance.
3.That recognition and appropriate financial reward should be given to workers who put in more effort on the job
4.That the management of the parastatals should increase their sponsored training programme as its tool of increasing productivity 
5.That the management of the parastalats should do everything possible to maintain the work environment 

 
TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page
Approval
Dedication.
Acknowledgement 
Abstract
Table of content
List of table


CHAPTER ONE
1.0INTRODUCTION
1.1A brief historical background of the Imo state health management board
1.2Statements of problem.
1.3Research questions
1.4  Purpose/ significant  of the  study
1.5Assumptions  of the study
1.6limitation of the study 
1.6Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO
2.0Literature review 
2.1The concept of motivation
2.2What is motivation 
2.3Definition of motivation 
2.4The importance of motivation
2.5Theories of motivation 
2.6The concept theories 
i.Douglas H. gregor’s theories x and Y 
ii.Abraham H Maslow’s need of hierarchy theory
iii.Fredrick Herzberg’s two factor theory 
iv. David Mc cleland needs theory of motivation 
v.C.P Alerfer’s era theory of motivation 
viElton mayo’s human relations theory of motivation
vii.The equity theory
2.5.2other motivation factor
i.The expectancy theory
ii.Summary of literature review
Reference

CHAPTER THREE
3.0RESEARCH DESIGN & METHODOLOGY
3.1 Data selection
3.2Determination of sample size
3.3Sources of data
3.4Methods of data analysis 

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0FINDING AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 Summary of research finding
5.1Recommendation 
5.2Conclusions
Appendix
Appendix I letter of authority  
Appendix II questionnaires  

EFFECTIVE MOTIVATIONAL PROGRAMMES AND PRODUCTIVITY IN GOVERNMENT PARASTATALS (A CASE STUDY OF IMO STATE HEALTH MANAGEMENT BOARD)

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    Type Project
    Department Business Administration and Management
    Project ID BAM1591
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 70 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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