POLICY MAKING AND IMPLEMENTATION A TOOL FOR AN EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVE OF AN ORGANIZATION
Policy making and implementation is one issue that cannot be over-emphasized because of the important role it plays in the lit of any organization willing to survive and to growth in the face of the changing global village (world).
Based on the need for organizations to achieve their objectives, the researcher decided to conducted a research study on the topic “policy making and implementation a tool for an effective management system to achieve objective of an organization” with a particular reference to Michael Okpala Federal University of Agriculture Umudike Abia State.
The objective of these studies to show importance of policymaking and implementation in the achieving the organizational corporate objective.
In chapter two the researcher reviewed the literature of some eminent scholars that are related to this research topic under study.
In chapter three, the researcher discussed on the methodology of research in which various method applied in conducting the research were discussed such as primary and seconding methods of data collection, the simple percentage method the random sample and chance method while chi-square are employed for the test of hypothesis.
In chapter four, the research also analysed and interpreted the responses of the respondents by using tabular form for easy understanding and interpretation while the chi-square is used to test the hypothesis stated in chapter one.
Finally in chapter five, the researcher made the summary on his findings and conclusions, recommendation and suggestions.
The task of achieving the objective of an organization is one that has for many years remained a hard not to crack by the management of most organization, and as such left most of the organization either dead or stagnet.
The need for policy making arise due to the nature of business firm that opeates in this era. A firm which has originally commenced operations in a single product line catering for a unique set of customer in a limited geographical area, expanded in one or more dimension. Informal control and co-ordinations became partially irrelevant as expansion took place and the need for integrate functional areas arose. This integration functional area arose. This integration brings about framing of policies to guide managerial action. Policymaking became the prime responsibility for effective management system.