Assessing the Impact of Time Management on Employees Productivity in an Organization. (a Case Study of Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (Frcn) Kaduna.

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ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF TIME MANAGEMENT ON EMPLOYEES PRODUCTIVITY IN AN ORGANIZATION. (A CASE STUDY OF FEDERAL RADIO CORPORATION OF NIGERIA (FRCN) KADUNA. BY
Aroso Olubunmi

DECEMBER, 2011.

ABSTRACT
This project is an explanatory attempt to study and assessing the impact of time management on employee productivity in an organization with special reference to Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) Kaduna. The study cover the impact and problem of time management in an organization, this research therefore attempts to review time management and its impacts on an employees productivity in (FRCN) Kaduna. Using the survey methods of research to gather and analyzed data. The need for time management has gained to popularity and thus its importance not only serve as motivating behind employees performance and productivity of employees on the job. The employees of the organization should be conscious of time allocated to perform their duties and they should time their work before execution.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title pagei
Declaration ii
Approval iii
Dedicationiv
Acknowledgement v
Abstract vii
Table of contents viii

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1. Background of the study
2. Statement of problem
3. Objectives of the study
4. Statement of hypothesis
5. Significant of the study
6. Scope of the study
7. Limitation of the study
8. Historical background of case study
9. Definitions of terms
CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2. Introduction
2.1 The meaning of time management
2.2Organization development of time management
2.3Tools for managing time
2.4Time management and productivity
2.5Time management practice
2.6The impact of time management on an employee’s productivity 2.7The problem of time management in an organization
2.8Summary of the review

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
1. Research Design
2. Research problem
3. Sampling size and sampling techniques
4. Methods of gathering data
5. Justification of method used
6. Method of data analysis
7. Justification of instrument used
CHAPTER FOUR
Data presentation and analysis
1. Data presentation
2. Data analysis
3. Test of hypothesis
CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARIES OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
1. Summary of findings
2. Conclusion
3. Recommendations
References
Appendix

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Organizations are composed of individuals performing various tasks which enable them to achieve objectives for which they are established.

Cole (1980), says that these various task varies in time span, that is the time required to perform a specific task in an organization varies from job to job; hence, the need for effective management of time by the organization in discharge of various organizational responsibilities. It is against this backdrop that Taylor (1977), developed the time and motion study. Time and motion study reveals exactly how long it takes to perform a task and the best way to perform it. This enables organization to know how much output (on average) they can expect in a given time in support to these principles.

Taylor (1977) demonstrates the benefit of increase employee productivity and earning which he had obtained at the Bethlehem Steel Works. Kindersley (1998) says our attitude to time is constantly changing; many of these changes are due to the advent of new technology, which affect our work, travel, and communication. The internet, email, and modern technology have made the exchange of information almost instantaneous. Travel especially over long distances, has become faster and more affordable. The increase in options available has made it possible for us to do more in a day, but has also increased the pressure on our time. This...
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