The Importance Of Organizational Structure In Effective Management (a Case Study Of General Cotton Mill Onitsha Anambra State)

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THE IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE IN EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT

(A CASE STUDY OF GENERAL COTTON MILL ONITSHA ANAMBRA STATE)

ABSTRACT

 

Organizational structure is been defined by Galbraith and Nathason as the segmentation of work into roles such as production, financial, marketing and so on.  The recombining of roles into department or division around function.

This project work deals on the structure of an organization and how each department in an organization is been govern by structure.

 

It comprises of five chapter from chapter one to five which deals on the importance and subordinate interact in one of the company eg the general cotton will Onitsha, Anambra state.


TABLE OF CONTENT

 

Title page

Approval page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Table of content

List of table

List of figures

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1            Background of study

1.2            Statement of problem

1.3            Purpose of study

1.4            Research question

1.5            Research hypothesis

1.6            Significant of study

1.7            Scope of study

1.8            Definition of terms

References

 

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1            Structure

2.2            Traditional early perspective

2.3            The contingency approach

2.3.1    Enrolment and structure

2.3.2    Technology and structure

2.3.3    Element of labour

2.4            Division of labour

2.4.1    Type of structure

2.5            History of general cutting mill

References

 

CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH DESIGN & METHODOLOGY

3.1            Research design

3.2            Population of the study

3.3            Sampling & sample procedure/technology

3.4            Instrumental for data collection

3.5            Validation of the instrument

3.6            Reliability of the instrument

3.7            Method of data collection

3.8            Method of data analysis

References

 

CHAPTER FOUR

PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

4.1            Data presentation and analysis

4.2            Presentation & analysis of data

4.3            Testing of hypothesis

4.4            Summary of result

CHAPTER FIVE

DISCUSSION RECOMMENDATION & CONCLUSION

5.1.         Discussion of result/findings

5.2            Conclusion

5.3            Implementation of research findings

5.4            Recommendation

5.5            Suggestion for further research

Bibliography.

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

INTRODUCTION

1.1            BACKGROUND OF STUDY

Every organization has objectives which has been u to achieve a goal. These objectives are identified through planning. This is simply became through planning management. Of organizations establish means of achieving objectives invariably, establishing a means for achieving these objectives becomes the prior occupation for management.

 

This bring them face to face with a major management function which is organization. The organization process is mainly aimed to achieve co-ordinate through the design of structure of task and authority relationship.

 

Meanwhile, the level of objective attainment generally determiner the extents of management effectiveness.  On the other hand, structure being a direct result of management function of organizing is the framework through which an organization accomplishes the task and responsibilities needed to attain its objectives.  This may be why Donnelly et al stated that “structure is a means for achieving the goal established planning.  Coming to the task that structure in the present day organization present complex relationship, is the need for people to organize their efforts on, later to attain certain objectives becomes more and more imperative. Hence organization structure defines the format allocation of work roles to identify the members to the organization. It establishes the line of authority for integrating and co-ordination activities.  According to Gabraith and Nathan son, organizational structure means. “The organization of work into roles such as production, financial, marketing and so

 

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