TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
- General Information
- Statement of the Problem
- Justification of the Study
- Research Questions
- Scope of the Study
- Limitation of the Study
- Significance of the Study
- Definition of Term
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.2 Meaning and Scope of Communication
2.3 Model of Communication
2.4 Communication Theory
2.5 What is Communication Process
2.6 Classification of Communication
2.7 Channels of Organizational Communication
2.8 Barriers to Effective Communication
2.9 The Purpose and Relevance of Communication
2.10 Relationship of Communication element and functions of management
2.11 Management Process
2.12 Principle of Management
2.13 The Function of Manager
CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.2 Research Design
3.3 Research Instrument
3.4 Research Sample
3.5 Data Analysis Procedure
3.6 Reliability and Validity of the Study
3.7 Historical Background of the case Study
CHAPTER FOUR: DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
4.2 Analysis, Interpretation and Presentation of Data
4.3 Discussion of Findings
CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1 Summary of Finding
- GENERAL INFORMATION
Before going into general information of this chapter, I will like to get us acquainted with how the word communication originate.
The term “communication” which means “common”. It is believed that if one can effect communication or idea, one has established common meeting ground for understanding.
All human being get involved in communication and this is done through communication. It is also through communication that interaction is made possible among group of people or individual in the society. Though interaction, information and ideas are transferred from one person to another, such information and ideas are often uses as bases and as a means of innovation also to develop the society.
Communication plays a vital role in the society for any business organization to achieve their aims and objective communication is highly important since business cannot operate in a vacuum. Interaction with people in and outside the business is very important, communication has enhanced most nations/countries of the word development be it technologically economically, politically and religion
However, communication takes this form, giving instructions, receiving information exchanging ideas laying down rules and regulations, job description and the organizational marvels.
Without effective communication, the world would have been static without any development. Marinating any form of links between the past and future would have prove quite impossible because of the absence of effectiveness communication.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Inefficient communication in an organization simply deficts fault in the corporate chain. When an organization manager supports (friendly) each other and have good working report.
Communication tend to be very good, the functions of effective communication here can be functional management. In a nutshell communication is the backbone (lifewire) of management. Any organization established is to achieve certain goals and objectives and before these goals and objective can be curtained there is need for effective communication within the organization and its environment.
- JUSTIFICATION OF THE STUDY
The aim and purpose of this study is to analysis and evaluate how effective communication and management help organization to achieve their set goals.
Management can be refres to as administration
of business. A management cannot be effective in discharge of his duties
without effective communication with his subordinate. Subordinate can not be
effective in the discharge of his own duty also if message passed to them by
their superior is not effectively communicated these will not allow them to
know their responsibility and how to carry them out effectively
1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS There are some question to ponder upon