Vol 1 No 1 (2020): American International Journal of Supply Chain Management
Research Articles

Implementing Management Planning Functions and Organizational Performance: A Critique In The Face Of Cross River State Water Board Limited, Calabar, Nigeria

Augustine Augustine Ele
University of Calabar
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Nsor John Okongo
University of Calabar
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Patricia Ettah Omini
University of Calabar
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Published August 21, 2020
Keywords
  • Management, Planning, Organizing, Directing, Coordinating, Controlling, CRSWBL, Calabar, Nigeria.
How to Cite
Ele, A. A., Okongo, N. J., & Omini, P. E. (2020). Implementing Management Planning Functions and Organizational Performance: A Critique In The Face Of Cross River State Water Board Limited, Calabar, Nigeria. American International Journal of Supply Chain Management, 1(1), 30-41. https://doi.org/10.46545/aijscm.v1i1.216

Abstract

With the rapid expansion of non-implementation of management planning functions, there is a drastic reduction/dawn fall in the performance of the Cross River State Water Board Limited Calabar (CRSWBL).The adequate and regular supply of water in Calabar by Cross River State Water Board Limited, has been disdain or neglected in the planning functions and control of the organization by government as well as the management of the board. The imperative implication of inadequate and irregular supply of water in Calabar Metropolis by CRSWBL is no doubt a recurring issued in the life of Cross Riverians and other occupants in the state capital. This study principally focused on implementing management planning functions and organizational performance of the Cross River State Water Board Limited Calabar. The study employed a theoretical based approached supported with secondary data sourced from text books, journals and internet materials. The study revealed that planning functions has a significant relationship with the organizational performance of CRSWBL Calabar. The study also revealed that there is a significant relationship between organizing function and the quality of water supply by the organization. It also indicated that there is a positive relationship between controlling function and the quantity of water supply by the organization. Based on the findings, the study recommended that government and management of the organization should ensure proper and adequate implementation of predetermine goals, objectives as well as plans setting, in order to enhance steady performance of the firm. The management should also ensure that the structure of the organization needs to be well designed in order to allow a free flow of communication system among workers and management of the enterprise.

 

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