THE CHALLENGES IN HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
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From the traditional management system of the Mid 1970/1980’s people are based on “work for remuneration”, to a more vibrant and dynamic function for “pay for performance, empowerment and monitoring”, which is the thrust of today human resources.
It was not until recently that managers in organizations began to realize the importance of human element
People which are seen as a resources in productivity in an organization has vital and important role to play as the manpower (Human Resource) of all resources available to an organization people remain the most important, most valuable, most complicated, yet leat to understood and most difficult to predict,
In the course of this study, various motivational factors/tools for the development of manpower will be considered and Nigeria bottling company (NBC) is the case study.
Chapter one is all about introduction, statement of the problem, aim and objective of the study, significance of the study, research hypothesis, scope and limitation of the study, definition of terms.
Chapter two consist of literature review, here various books about motivation and their school of thought are being reviewed.
The next chapter which is chapter three is an embodiment of case study of NBC Plc and methodology. Chapter four constitute presentation, analysis and interpretation of data.
The last chapter which is chapter five comprises of summary, conclusion and recommendation.
Also, scientifically and technological advancement and inflation in most developed countries like America Japan and others, have taken great strides in replacing human with advanced innovation like the computer, yet the educational advancement of men cannot be over ridden as those highly sophisticated machine will have to be manned by men themselves. For this reason, the essence of optimal employment of human resources is undoubtedly obvious to management wort over.
Man is a very important factor of production. Technology is something designed by man, therefore, human being a needed in allfacetsto manage both personnel and material effectively and efficiently in order for the organization to achieve a greater productivities and thereby achieve its goal.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
It has been observed that motivation is an essential tool of production. Like every other tool of production, it has to be properly applied for effective and efficient utilization it is seen at the effectual development of the tool, develop the skill and the level of manpower thereafter affect such an organization.
1.3 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The aim of this study is to find out those means through which motivation has contributed to the improvement in the activities of those organizations with improved manpower development program for its staff.
1.3.1 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The objectives of this research study include the following:
- a) To highlight the benefits and disaduages (if any ) accruable to motivating.
- b) To evaluate the reasons for enhancing productivity through motivation.
- c) It is the objective of this study also to evaluate the method by which motivation could be manage to developed human resources
- d) This study will equally examined and create awareness as to whose shoulder should be the responsibility of motivation.
1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
It is to the utmost belief that having gone through this project, governments organizations research centres and industries would have realized the need to involve themselves in the art of motivation of their employees, which will definitely be of benefit to them as regard their organization goals in order to improved productivity, also after going through this research work, it will become very important for these bodies to realize if these should be any need for motivation or any negative effect of developing manpower to individuals and students that read this project especially those that are into management programme and study.
They will stand a better chance of improving on their career (management) on realizing the fact that is not only good management policies, or it may be of better pay that actually lead to improved productivity or organization goals.