Many business today always have the chance of success or failure, success and failure may result as proper management or mismanagement of any organization static or managers.
This project work is focus on the causes or business success and failure in Nigeria economy, “A case study of Nigeria Mineral Water Industries Limited Limca Road Private Mail Sap Onitsha.
Chapter one, dealt with the definition of problem Limica are having. Chapter two reviews some literature that have direct bearing on the topic, with a view of giving the work a proper background.
Chapter three dealt with the type of instrument for collection of data includes the use of questionnaire and oral discussion. The method of data analysis were also discussed.
Chapter four of this work dealt with the analysis of the data collected and the result of these analysis one then used in testing the hypothesis, while chapter five of this work posited some recommendations
TABLE OF CONTENT
TABLE OF CONTENT
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
STATEMENT OF THE STUDY
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
SCOPE OF THE STUDY
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
DEFINITION OF TERMS
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
ORGANIZATION AND ITS BASIC ELEMENT
STRATEGY FOR MUTATION CORPORATE STRATEGY
ISOLATING THE COMMON THREAD OF OUR BUSINESS
THEORETICAL VIEWS ON STRATEGY IMPLANTATION
THE CONCEPT OF STRUCTURE
DEFINITION OF PROCESS
TYPE OF ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
BUSINESS FUNCTION RESPOND TO GROWTH STRATEGIES
STRATEGY STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIP, CHANDLERS VIEW
DEMAND AND STRUCTURE
THE ROLE OF MANAGEMENT IN AN ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION STYLE
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
POPULATION OF THE STUDY
SAMPLE AND SAMPLING PROCEDURE
INSTRUMENT OF DATA COLLECTION
VALIDATION OF THE INSTRUMENT
RELIABILITY OF THE INSTRUMENT
METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
PRESENTATIONAL ND ANALYSIS OF DATA
SUMMARY OF RESULT
DISCUSSION, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION
IMPLICATION(S) OF THE RESEARCH FINDING
SUGGESTION FOR FURTHER RESEARCH REFERENCES
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Business management or management generally is a function of executive leadership. It is primarily a mental avidity combined with the work of panning, organizing and controlling for he activities of an organization for the accomplishment of certain designated objectives.
The understanding of the basic problems of an organizational management from the basis of success or failure of the organization (business). These basic problems includes peoples, structure and change management knowledge of cause affect relationship identities the variables necessary to achieve the desire outcome eg. Generally, workers out put (desired effect is based on salary paid (cause) .
They interact which goods are sold, product manufactured, work co-ordinate, budgets and plans are converted. More congruent behaviour and interaction are within the organizations purpose and task, the more effective the organization purpose and task, the more effective the organizational will be achieving its performance goals.
Researcher expenses point that when process is consciously examined and managed or organizational members-they perceive improvements in he quality of decision improvement in the quality of decision coordination and effectiveness. Clearly of goals and strategy, improvement and motivation and satisfaction among other processes and outcomes. The present research project is aimed of investigating how far these processes apply to the success or failure in Nigeria economy especially the success story of Nigeria mineral waters ltd (hence) Onitsha.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE COUNTRY UNDER STUDY
The Nigeria mineral water industry (Limca) the makers of hold sport, Pale Sode, Tim and Poani water etc. Onitsha was established in October, 1988 and had two major share holders namely coca cola Nigeria limited who produces the concentrate, bottles, plastics in other words referred to as raw materials and produce the minerals and in turn sell it. In marketing statement the coca coal owns the franchise to produce the mineral while the Indians owns the trademark.
The coca cola Nigeria limited owns fifty percent share while the Indians also owns fifty percent share. The average daily production is six thousand cases while the daily sales is between an average of four to five thousand case per day. Their staff strength for junior staff is one hundred while senior staff is eight. They have four sales trucks covering the basic territory and seen trucks covering depots.