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THE ROLE OF PLANNING AND FORECASTING IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION

THE ROLE OF PLANNING AND FORECASTING IN BUSINESS
ORGANIZATION

(A
CASE STUDY OF EASTERN SHOP NIGERIA LIMITED OGUI ENUGU, ENUGU STATE)

ABSTRACT

The role of planning and forecasting in business organization
is a topic chosen from the business administration and management field.

  The research was conducted mainly to examine
the positive and negatives effects of not making good use of planning and
forecasting in the business administration of an organization. For effective
research on this topic THE ROLE OF PLANNING AND FORECASTING IN BUSINESS
ORGANIZATION. Both primary and secondary data were used to elicit information
from sample studied, the primary source of data were response form the personal
interview which secondary source form textbook on business management and
administration and periodicals.

Twenty-five people were interviewed as the sample of the
staff and management of EASTERN SHOP NIGERIA LTD.

The data analysis was based on oral interview I had with the
staff of Eastern Shop (twenty five) the major finding as follows.

Ø
The planning and Forecasting is
aids to correct mismanagement in business organization.

Ø
And the planning and forecasting
gives go ahead over to any individual organization that is going into business
to make judicious use of forecasting and planning as a way of success in any
business.

Ø
Poor Forecasting attitude and
inadequate planning

Ø
Poor Integration of Forecasting and
planning in running of business.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page

Dedication

Approval
Page

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table
of Content

CHAPTER
ONE

1.1     Introduction

1.2     Background of the Subject Matter

1.3     Problem Associated with the Subject Matter

1.4     The Problem the Study will be concerned
with

1.5     The Importance of Study

1.6     Definition of Importance Term

1.7           
Reference

CHAPTER
TWO:         LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1     The Origin of the Subject Matter 

2.2     Schools
of Thought Within the Subject Area

2.3           
The schools of Thought Relevant to

2.4           
The Subject Matter

2.5     Difference
Methods of Studying the Problem

2.6     Summary

2.7     Reference

CHAPTER
THREE:              CONCLUSION

3.1    Data Presentation

3.2     Analysis of the Data

3.3     Recommendation

3.4     Conclusions

3.5     References