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INVENTORY MANAGEMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY IN AN ORGANIZATION

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ABSTRACT
This research is on impact of inventory management on productivity in an organization with zarewa aluminum and plastic limited as a case study. Its primary aims is to determine the level of inventory of goods and documented with the organization. It also the aim of the research is to find out the methods of control of goods with a view to eliminate the element of waste and thereby minimize the amount of material purchased from tying down capital stock out. The researcher divided the protect into five chapters. Chapter one forms the general introduction, brief history of zarewa aluminum and plastic limited, statement of general problems, hypothesis, limitations and significance of the study. Chapter two deals with review of related literature. While chapter three deals with the research methodology. Chapter four was used to analyzed and present the data collected in a tabular form. While chapter five deals with the summary, conclusion and recommendations.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page 
Approval page 
Declaration 
Dedication 
Acknowledgement 
Abstract 
 Table of contents 

CHAPTER ONE: 
INTRODUCTION
1.1Background for the study 
1.2Statement of general problem  
1.3Aims and objectives 
1.4Statement of hypothesis  
1.5Rationale of the study 
1.6Scope and limitation of the study 
1.7Historical background of zarewa aluminum and plastic limited 
1.8Definition of terms  

CHAPTER TWO: 
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1Introduction 
2.2Receipt of goods 
2.3Stock or (Stores) issues  
2.4Authorization of issue 
2.5Stock records 
2.6Store-house locations system 
2.7Inspection of incoming goods 
2.8Stock-taking 
2.9Perpetual inventory 
2.10Stock valuation 

CHAPTER THREE: 
3.1Research methodology  
3.2Research methods or approaches used 
3.3Justification for approaches used 
3.4Instruments or tool used 
3.5Research population and sample size 
3.6Sampling procedures 
3.7Justification for sampling procedures used and sample size
3.8Statistical techniques used in analyzing the data 

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1Data presentation and analysis 
4.2Testing of hypothesis 
4.3Testing of hypothesis using chi-square 

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation 
5.2Summary of findings  
5.3Conclusions 
5.4Recommendations 
Bibliography

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY IN AN ORGANIZATION

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Type Project
Department Business Administration and Management
Project ID BAM1726
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Type Project
    Department Business Administration and Management
    Project ID BAM1726
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 92 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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