BUS801 TMA

A series of related steps or tasks expressed in chronological order to achieve a specified purpose is called?
 A statement of what may, must or must not be done in a particular situation or when
playing a game is refered to as  ——?
 Organizational  policies stated outwardly are called ?.
Policies  formulated to give effect to the suggestions of the staff of an organization is known as?.
Policies  derived  from the constitution are called?
The process of _____ is a quest for status and legal control and monopoly over an occupation by its members
Recuritment of teachers any how to meet the teachers’ requirement of the UPE scheme is one factors responsible for the ________ standard of education
Teaching profession in Nigeria has many _______
Teachers are looked upon by the society as _______ who are at least in strata of the society
Historically teaching ______ was of noble origin
History has it that teachers had been at the services of kings and _____ of world
The old students association renders assistance to their _____ schools in varying degrees
The old students associations came into being as a result of the short _____ of governement to fund education adequately
Subject teachers associations are groupings of people who are specialists in particular ______
The teachers now come together to form associations in their individual _______ areas
Industrial Psychology as an academic discipline started with the pioneering works of Musterberg ?
Industrial/organisational psychology is also called —– psychology
The overall goal of —– is the understanding of human behaviour, from a scientific point of view.
.———- psychologists work with people of milder Emotional problems.
One of these is NOT one of the notable writers of Industrial Psychology as a sub-field of Psychology.
An engineering psychologist is also called ?
The  ——–  function  is  one  of  the  main  activities  of  Personnel  Psychologists .
Organisations need people periodically for the following listed reasons EXCEPT one:
.——– is a deliberate effort involving serious and concerted planning and budgeting to anticipate costs at every stage of the recruitment and selection.
.——— means determining among the so-recruited, the best possible hand for the position advertised.
.———-is suitably used where number of applicant is manageable.
.——-is often done to clarify issues arising in the application blank.
.——– is done to examine the physiological state and fitness of candidates.
Naylor and Blum (2001) sees —– as a process that develops and improves skills related to performance.
The classical conditioning approach was promoted by the work of ——- (1849-1936)
In——- schedule, desired behaviour is reinforced after specified number of responses.
.——— means reappearance of a previously extinguished conditioned response.
The behavioural psychologists theory that believes that behaviour is more than simple S-R (stimulus and response) paradigm, rather thinking and interpretation of stimuli – S-O-R (stimulus-Organism- Response) are bonafide part of the learning process is called?
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Organisational analysis is a ——–perspective, while task analysis is a —— perspective involving a review of job description in which the task, duties, responsibilities and condition under which the job is done is highlighted.
.——— focuses on the job holder. Its aim is to identify the „training gaps‟ or skill deficiencies in the job incumbent.
.——- are process and outcome justified in terms of cost to the organisation vis-à-vis adequacy or otherwise of budgetary provision, current and future benefits to individual trainees and the organisation?
An organisation is like a tune; it is not constituted by individual sounds but by their syntheses. This is according to —–?
One of these reasons is NOT for performance appraisal
The job incumbent whose performance is been evaluated is called——-
.——-is an appraisal method where raters is to assess job incumbents in terms of selected objectives describing job behaviours.
An appraisal method where Traits or behaviours are rated by attaching certain numerical values is called.
In ——- Performance is principally measured against results as derived from well-defined work objectives.
One of these is NOT an appraisal pitfalls
Organisational—–is a radical transformation in the functioning of the organisational processes.
Industrial relations relates to ————relationship between the employer and the employee
.——–came into being, as a collective response of working people exposed to ecnomic deprivations
trade unions in Nigeria are more corncerned with——-
The government is often refered to as the ——party in industrial relations
The position of government in industrial relations is that of acting as the ——– over the disposition of the parties, that is the employer and the employees.
Essential elements of contract of employment are all EXCEPT one
Fundamentally, in all organisations there is an———— relationship between the employer and the employees.
the basis of relationship between the employer and the employee is the ——— of employment.
A ———— rights to his wages is inherently incorporated into the contract of employment
An ————- is allowed to make deductions from the employee’s wages to any pension fund, taxes and others.
Appenticeship is a contract to ———
The terms of contract of apprenticeship are set out fully in the ———- of apprenticeship
An oral agreement is known as ——— in law
The working hours of a worker are not more than ——— hours per day.
A———– officer is any person employed in the service of either the federal or of a state in any capacity
A young person under the age of ——— years cannot be employed in a vessel  except the vessel is a school or training vessel
A ——– cannot be employed to lift, carry or move anything so heavy as to be likely to injure his physical development
No ———— employee can accept employment with Federal government of Nigeria or  State govermentwithout the consent in writing of the Director of Immigration
Employees duties to employer is all EXCEPT one
.——— refers to the extent to which decision can be taken at lower levels without having to be approved at higher levels.
.———- refers to the extent to which rules, processes and agreements are committed to writing.
The ——- role is also largely reactive, but the focus is restricted to industrial problems especially with regards to administartion
Lower management levels such as first-line supervisors are also involved in the industrial relations managemnt, primarily at the ——– level
The ——– agents have higher ambitions of initiating new forms of peoplemanagemnt that are in line with the business needs of the organisation.
The management of people employed by organisation is the responsibility of the ——- management
.——— rule implies that after noticeing the offence, the manager or the superior officer proceeds to take disciplinary action as speedily as possible
A———- procedure involves reducing the total number of employees, employed by the organisation
The ——— principle rewards length of service
Features of a good grievance procedure  are all EXCEPT one—-
One of these is NOT a style of collective bargaining
……… is a process by which two parties in a dispute agree on an umpire and further agree that they will abide by his decision.
What is the full meaning of EU
The ECOWAS has …… organs
One of the following is not an agency of the World Bank Group
The wealthy and industrialized economically developed countries (EDCs) are denoted by ………..
economic activity divides economic integration into …….. different level
The application of international law and morality to individuals and developments can be categorized into all these except
All the countries have resources with which they use for their security
and developmental purposes. One of the following is not resource
…….. behaviour refers to the attitudes and behaviour we adopt by virtue
of the position. E.g teacher, president, etc.
One of these is not a permanent member of the UN Security Council
The World Bank Group has …… agencies
……. problems refer to those globally shared problems or issues
of common interest, which require exchange of information and
services
The highest authority of the ECOWAS is
What is the full meaning of NAFTA
Deforestation icreases the volume of ……in atmosphere
The South is also known as the ………
Rapidly expanding
population can be due to all of these factors except
People’s Republic of China was founded in what year?
……. means a process by which parties to a dispute or an individual violating a public law may be compelled to appear before a court presided over by a learned jurist
On June 23, 2000, the EU signed the Cotonou Agreement with ……. states of the African
Paying the price to create and distribute technologies that will allow for
a maximum balance between ……………and environmental
protection is the second option.
Adopting hydroelectricity options to provide relatively non-polluting
energy requires the construction of ……… that flood the surrounding
One of the following countries is not a part of the EU
One of these is not a characteristics of the complex powers of human decisionmaking
the population of Nigeria increased from 88.5 million people to 140 million in what year
The weakening of the dominant western orientation is caused by the
expansion of the majority of these new countries are final in Africa and…………..
Economic interdependence and economic disparity between the wealthy
north and the relatively less developed south affect the ………
The growth of economic interdependence is one significant charge in the
international system since the……………
Environmental optimists take a different view of the world and its……………..
Industrialization and science have been two-edged swords in their
relationship to the environment and the quality of ……………….
In what year was the Lagos Colony merged with the Southern
Protectorate
The Nigerian economy is dependent on ……… for over 90% of its earnings
The 1994 Review Panel on civil service reform submitted its report in………
One of the following did not define civil service
The management of public corporations is done through the following except
Nigerianisation as a policy, originated through the …….. Commission.
………  means the separation between superior and subordinate offices
 Enterprises that fall under statutory corporations include all these except
The civil service in Nigeria was modeled after that of …….
One of these is not a Reason for the Establishment of Public Enterprises
The main characteristics of the
Nigerian public service include the following except
………. is the re-organisation of enterprises wholly or partly
owned by the government in which such commercialised enterprises
shall operate as profit making commercial ventures and without
subvention from the government.
The government does not allow public officers to accept ….….
What is the full meaning of TCPC
The management services agreement was signed between the federal government and RITES for the management of ……….
Nigerianisation of the Higher Ranks of the Federal Public Service ……… from 1958 – 1963
At
Independence in 1960, Nigeria had ……… public enterprises
……….. is a term used to cover the public servants who are direct employees of the federal and state governments, other than the police, the armed forces personnel, judicial personnel and the teachers.
The process of taking over private enterprises or transferring the ownership of private enterprises to government is called ……….
A minister can control public corporation through directives such as the following except
All these are functions of the civil service except
There are …….. Characteristics of public enterprises
A public enterprise is a …….. owned corporation
 One of these is not a characteristics of organisations
One of the following did not define organisation
Nigeria inherited virtually all administrative institutions from ……. Their colonial masters
The introduction of the Macpherson Constitution was in …….
Commercialisation in Nigeria began in the following areas except
This commission was set up by the colonial government in what year?
In what type of public enetrprise is government the majority shareholder in a partnership with private entrepreneurs
Christian education was formally established in Nigeria in the
The education ordinance of 1887 was the first ordinance enacted for
The first education oridinance that took care of the whole nigeria was enacted in
The Natioanl policy on education in Nigeria came as a result of the
The problems of the National Policy on Education include the following except
The first National Policy on Education was published in
Rev. Samuel Crowther fostered education in
The main objective of the missionaries in the coast of Nigeria was to
Which if the following factors did not hinder the early introduction of Western education in Northern Nigeria?
The implied aims of Primary Education in Nigeria were to help the child to
The beginning of organized technical and vocational education in Nigeria was witnessed between
The first meeting of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) was held at the CMS Granular School, Lagos on
The frist comprehensive statement of the colonial administrative policy on education in Nigeria was the
The Katsina Training College wasn established in 1921 to
The early missionary education was limited to the
Which of the following personalities did not assist in the development of education in Northern Nigeria?
Christian Missioanry Education suffered a set back in the North because of the following factors except
The diplomatic administrative machinery employed by the Colonial masters in the North to introduce education was through
Training of lower manpower to serve as interpreters, messenger, clerks, etc was one of the major aims of
The christain Missionaries from Sierra Leone and Britain began their activities in Nigeria in
The philosophy of Islamic education recognises two forms of knowledge as
One of the traditional rpinciples of traditional education is
Which of the following is not a traditional way of imparting knowledge
The philosophy of traditional education in Nigeria was centred more on
Agencies of informal education include the following except
Education received in the regular formal school setting is called
Forms of education include the following except
Sources of information for history of education could be obtained from
The first known Muslim primary school was established by the Colonial Government in
Solid foundation in mathematics was laid by
Limited specialized training is a feature of
Informal education is a form of
Traditional education mostly emphasises
Portuguese missionaries primarily came to
According to Islamic education, the virtues of a moslem are these except
Islamic education draws its inspiration from the
The mosques provided original premises or accomodation for
Chidlren imitate adult character in traditional education through
The ripe age for islamic education is
A common method of learning in traditional education for both children and adolescents is
Christian education was formally established in Nigeria in the
The education ordinance of 1887 was the first ordinance enacted for
The first education oridinance that took care of the whole nigeria was enacted in
The Natioanl policy on education in Nigeria came as a result of the
The problems of the National Policy on Education include the following except
The first National Policy on Education was published in
Rev. Samuel Crowther fostered education in
The main objective of the missionaries in the coast of Nigeria was to
Which if the following factors did not hinder the early introduction of Western education in Northern Nigeria?
The implied aims of Primary Education in Nigeria were to help the child to
The beginning of organized technical and vocational education in Nigeria was witnessed between
The first meeting of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) was held at the CMS Granular School, Lagos on
The frist comprehensive statement of the colonial administrative policy on education in Nigeria was the
The Katsina Training College wasn established in 1921 to
The early missionary education was limited to the
Which of the following personalities did not assist in the development of education in Northern Nigeria?
Christian Missioanry Education suffered a set back in the North because of the following factors except
The diplomatic administrative machinery employed by the Colonial masters in the North to introduce education was through
Training of lower manpower to serve as interpreters, messenger, clerks, etc was one of the major aims of
The christain Missionaries from Sierra Leone and Britain began their activities in Nigeria in
The philosophy of Islamic education recognises two forms of knowledge as
One of the traditional rpinciples of traditional education is
Which of the following is not a traditional way of imparting knowledge
The philosophy of traditional education in Nigeria was centred more on
Agencies of informal education include the following except
Education received in the regular formal school setting is called
Forms of education include the following except
Sources of information for history of education could be obtained from
The first known Muslim primary school was established by the Colonial Government in
Solid foundation in mathematics was laid by
Quran is a Holy document for
Conservatism and opposition to change is typical of
The curriculum of traditional education is characterised as follows except
One of the methods of teaching in traditional education is
Traditional education provides for
In the traditional society, an adult receives his education from the following except
Learning in adolescence in a traditional society is done through
The education procss in Nigeria traditional society starts from
Education in the traditional society is
Both children and adolescents learn through the following except
Individuals starts Islamic education at the age of
In traditional education, children imitate their parents’ character through
Methods of traditional medicine in Nigerian traditional society include the following except
The mastering of profound native philosophy, science and religious is mastered through
The traditional medicine of solving emotional and psychological problems is
The manipulation of soft tissues of the body is traditionally called
Which of the following is not a type of higher education in traditional societies?
Higher education in a traditional society refers to
Quranic schools originally started in the premises of
The early mission schools were established in
Planning as understand by economists implies
An unplanned economy could be best described as
In an unplanned economy, production, distribution, exchange and consumption are controlled by
In an unplanned economy, investment decision are made by;
The followings except one are the features of a planned economy:
According to the traditional theory of income distribution, one of the following conditions would hold
In less developed economy characteristics by surplus labour, the one of the followings will affect the price of labour
In macro plan formulation crucial decisions about four factors are so fundamental;
Factors to be considered in determining the size of a plan includes all but one  of the following:
The sum total of domestic savings and foreign capital in a economy will give the planner
A business that is basically home-country oriented is known as …….
Creating awareness and putting in place mechanisms to manage the influence of events in foreign markets by a local business is in the purview of …………
 Acting as a licensor to a foreign company indicates that a business is ……….
The most dominant reason for internationalization is ………
Managing as a wholly-owned subsidiary of a foreign company is an example of ……..
Mercantilism principal assertion is that ……… were the mainstays of national wealth.
 A host-country orientation in international business is otherwise known as ………..
………….. is the awareness, understanding and responses to global linkages and developments.
Which of these is NOT a challenge to globalization
A similarity in demand conditions across various countries is a ……….. driver to globalization
Which of the following means the ability to distinguish between the right and the wrong?
The process of guiding the character development of an individual in the society in order for the individual to be able to do what is right or just is known as
What enhances the development of good moral conduct in the society?
One of these is not an objective of morality
Whose duty is it to teach the youths societal rules and regulations and also  provide for their needs?
Which rules guide the conduct of people living in a particular society.
African morality is concerned about the maintenance of
What is the meaning of morality in the African context?
Morality concerns itself with
How many types of morality do we have?
The morality that is based on a hierarchical order and depends on the age as well as status is known as
The morality of the ordinary man whose horizon does not go beyond the society where an individual finds himself or herself is known as
A decision taken by a man which will have various effects for the lives of others and the doers life after having consideration for love and selflessness is known as
A law not written down and imposed on the people that has to do with an individual’s conscience is known as
What is a mark of regard for others?
How many types of respect do we have?
How many tpes of law arein use in Nigeria?
The law that governs the relationship between individuals and the state government.
A law operating internally within a country is known as
Law, custom and moral values help to maintain a better standard of living and assist to attain a
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 ————– is the management principles which states the number of subordinate a manager can effectively supervised.
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Management may be defined as the process of working with and through others in order to achieve:-
Which of the following is not considered one of the managerial functions.
One Basic Managerial Skill Identified by Robert Katz is:
An Organization is:
The Hawthorne effect is a phenomena credited to:
Once the planning authority has laid down the optimum investment target called optimal investment allocation, the next important step at the macro phase of plan formulation is
The broad framework within which resources mobilization can be analyzed and explored by the planning authority include all but one of the followings
A medium‑term plan can be a(n) _________, revised at the end of each year.
Most mixed or capitalist developing countries are limited to an indicative plan, which indicates expectations, aspirations, and intentions
________ explains the ratio between the capital stock and national output
A major industrialization policy adopted by Nigeria immediately after independence and beyond was
__________ implies government intervention to affect the level of exchange rate
Interpersonal choices which helps in determining the path of resources allocation and output target include all but
Types of planning models includes the following except
All the underlisted were objectives of the second national development plan except
The showing of undue favouritism by someone in a position of authority to his friends, relations or well wishers on employment, promotion, contract award at the detriment of other eligible candidates is called
One of these is not a vice abhorred by the Nigerian society
Which of these is not a personality of the teacher that affects pupils morality?
Ukairo (1978) identified how many personalities of a good teacher
In how many ways can religious and moral education be communicated in schools?
When the teacher focuses mainly on religion as an academic exercise and makes use of various methods of teaching is known as
One of these is not a teachers role in the academic development of the child
The arrangement of the CRS syllabus has been designed to test candidate’s knowledge and understanding of
The Bible passages were selected to provide essential information relevant to
Into how many sections is the senior secondary students syllabus is divided?
Which of the books in the bible makes students understand the history of the church
What can be regarded as what differentiates right from wrong?
What conscience is the judgement of conscience before the course of action has been taken?
What conscience is informed and guided by social condition, education as well as family ties?
One of these is not the role of the school
One of these is not the role of the teachers in inculcating values in schools
Which is not the role of the school in the moral and character reformation of students
One of these is not the role of the home in moral and character
Which is not a role of the society in the moral and character reformation of the students
The treatment of conscience as a concept will afford the students the opportunity to be morally good
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Success of a manager is a function of managerial ability, desire and:
The division of labour leads to:
In a changing environment, management is a problem-solving process of effectively achieving organizational objectives through the efficient use of:
The process of assigning subordinates the authority to carry out specific duties called
Leadership is formally defined as a process of:
What factors largely differentiate formal and informal leaders?
Human needs identified by Maslow include all excepts:
The first step in planning process is:
The meaning of control involves:
One of these is not an objective of school worship
Which of these is not necessary for schol worship?
Which are the two prominent religions in the country?
What is important to both the government and some schools is the
One of these is not a quality of a moral education teacher
The moral education teacher must have all of these except
The moral education teacher must not do this
According to Obanya (19985) a good teaching should begin with
To do the above, the teacher has to question himself on these except
In which method of teaching does the teacher become the manager?
What method of teaching is a follow up to the teachers discussion of a particular topic
What method of teaching does the teacher organize his class to visit places of educational interest in order to study real things and to meet real people in their respective actual environments?
What teaching method helps the students to make use of their imagination and observation.
How many factors do you consider before choosing teaching aids in the class of religious education?
Why is location of the school an important factor that determines the selection of instructional materials?
Human resources in the teaching and learning of religions may refer to specialists in
One of these is not an advantage of a resource person
A place where relevant information concerning religions or education generally can be gathered is called
A good resource center should not only be located in a strategic place but it must have
One of these is a disadvantage of a resource center
Business firms that uphold value-added holdings overseas are called ………..
Global efficiency, flexibility and ………… are the strategic objectives of a MNC
Globalization is the integration of …….  and …………
Uniqueness of product or technology is a ……….. reason to go abroad in operations
The perspective that illustrates an awareness of the nature of foreign markets and how that affect domestically located firm is …………..
The desire to enjoy economies of scale is an aspect under the……. of globalization
The falling government fiscal barrier is a ……….. drive for globalization
An organization that sends capital, technology, managerial talent and marketing skills to perform business abroad is known as ………
One of the problems of MNCs’ operations in the host country is ………..
The business strategy used by MNCs that collectively use independent subsidiaries each focusing on specific domestic market is ………..
The duration for the second national plan was
Constraints to plan implementation in Nigeria include the following except
The following are types of bench marking except—————–
Nigeria vision 20:2020 was aimed at achieving several goals among which the under listed except —————–
Identify the best definition of planning.
We identify three levels of planning. What are they?
which of the under listed best described economic planning
which of the under listed did not contribute to economy planning
In an unplanned economy ————, —————-,—————— and ————- are left to the free play of market forces and every individual are free to engage himself/ herself and his/her resources to the best of advantage
In  centrally planned economies (CPE) the planning authority or commission usually performs the functions which the —————performs in an unplanned economies
A public enterprise has a ……………
Another name for regular grant is ………….
Another name for special grant is ………….
Internally generated revenue refers all the following except
One of the following is among the reasons for the failure of public enterprises in nigeria
One of the functions of the Board of public enterprises is to
One of the main sources of funds for public enterprises is
One of the problems confronting Public enterprises is …..
Statutory grants are
That public enterprises can sue and be sued means it is a ….
Which of the follwing is not true on the objectives of privatization?
Which of the follwing is not a type of privatization?
The sector where the crude oil and gas exploration and production takes place
The sector that is concerned with petrol product refining, distribution and retail services is called
The sector that deals with crude oil storage, transportation and trading is called
The Nigerian Oil Industry is divided into ……….. sub-sectors
The methods of Privatization are full privatization and partial privatization.
The first public enterprise to be privatized in Nigeria was …………..
The divestment by the Federal Government of all its financial exposures in the designated enterprises is called
Systematic privatization is that which is regarded as
The Staff of Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) are civil servants because NTA is owned by the Federal government of Nigeria
The Maximum membership of a Board is ………
The creation of public enterprise is through all the following except
The Companies and Allied Matters Act of 1990 repealed
The Act establishing the Corporate Affairs Commission is ……
Public enterprises can be broadly classified into ———
Public and private enterprises could be differentiated in terms of ——-
Pick out the odd item in Energy Enterprise
Pick out the odd item in Economic Enterprise
Pick out the odd item
 What can be an hindrance to the local government in carrying out its statutory responsibilities?
According to the 1999 constitution which tier of government controls the affairs of local government.
Accountability consists of the following elements except _______.
Among the many reasons for creating local government in Nigeria is _______.
Financial accountability is enhanced where __________.
Financial management is only limited to raising and spending of funds.
Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) means ________.
Lack of proper arrangement for project execution often leads to _______.
One of the key factors that can bring about presence of corruption in local government system in Nigeria is ________.
One of the major problem of accountability in our local government is ________.
_______ can be classified as “golden era” for local government in Nigeria.
All of the following are problems of local government in Nigeria except _______.
All the following functions are concurrent except __________.
Colonial period mark the beginning of _____ local government system in Nigeria.
In a unitary state, the local government is the ______ tier of government.
non- performance necessiated the _______ local government reforms.
One of the following is not a model of decentralization.
One of the merits of a single-tier local government is __________.
The colonial period marks the beginning of the modern local government system in the country.
The Federal Republic of Nigeria guidelines for local government reforms (1976) defined local council as _______.
All of the following includes functions of  local government exclusively except _______.
All of the followings are reasons for employing unqualified workers in local government except _________.
By Law local government are mandated to provides publi goods and services. True or  false?
Challenges to effective service delivery are all of the following except _______.
In the local government setting, corruption is misnomer labelled and referred to as _________.
Lack of accountability, lack of transparency, high degree of corruption. All these are the reasons for _______ of local government in Nigeria.
Lack of qualified staff to manage the books of the local government is a grave problem.
Local government has  become vineyard of ________ where council political officers sit to share the statutory allocation from the federal account.
Local government in Nigeria need adequate _______ that can facilitate their operations and development of their localities.
Local government is widely acknowledged as a viable instrument for development and for the delivery of social services to the people.
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Management may be defined as the process of working with and through others in order to achieve:-
Which of the following is not considered one of the managerial functions.
One Basic Managerial Skill Identified by Robert Katz is:
An Organization is:
The Hawthorne effect is a phenomena credited to:
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Success of a manager is a function of managerial ability, desire and:
The division of labour leads to:
In a changing environment, management is a problem-solving process of effectively achieving organizational objectives through the efficient use of:
The process of assigning subordinates the authority to carry out specific duties called
Leadership is formally defined as a process of:
What factors largely differentiate formal and informal leaders?
Human needs identified by Maslow include all excepts:
The first step in planning process is:
The meaning of control involves:
A system is characterized by a(n):
A transformation process performed by a given system is often called:
A system operating without exchange from the outside is referred to as:
Among the developers of management thought _____________  is not on the list of behavioral scientists:
One of the following is not widely used method of forecasting:
Which of the following is not interpersonal?
Which of the following traits is in born?
Which of the following is not a decisional role?
The management theorist who is referred to as the “the father of personnel management” is:
The management theorist who is remember for his book titled “the humanside of enterprise” is
Which of the followings is one of the important strategic decisions to be made by operations managers? ____________
The most important advantage of demand forecasting is that it enables the production manager to _____________
The two main classifications of sales forecasting methods include _____________
All of the followings, except one, are some important roles played by a master planning team ___________
A long range forecast in production and operations management would usually involve __________
Which of the following is the mostly used quantitative approach to site selection? ___________
A major requirement in supply-chain management is _________
In materials management, which of the following structures recognise that materials management tasks are part of the supply chain management activity? _____________
The term value added in a transformation process is used to describe _____________
It can be said that successful supply chain management requires _____________
Which of the following is the first step in an acquisition process? ___________
The three major criteria firms use in considering the selection of a supplier include __________
It has been recommended that selection of transportation modes should be based on __________
Effective inventory management requires ___________
The basic EOQ model assumes all but one of the followings _______________
The following options are available for altering production capacity, except _________
Which of the followings is an informal technique widely used by aggregate planners? ____________
What is the major informational needs that must be met for an effective aggregate planning to take place? _______________
To implement and operate an effective capacity requirement planning system, it is necessary to have _____________
A major characteristic of a Just-in-Time system is ____________
administration can be defined in three perspectives, namely;
As a practice, administration exists when people act together to achieve the goals of their groups through …………….
As a field of study,…………… is concerned with the examination of concepts, theories, principles, techniques and processes of administration in public sector organization.
…………. pioneered the study which his publication of an article titled the study of administration in Political Science Quarterly in July 1887 in America
Woodrow Wilson, Frank J. Goodnow and Leonard White have argued that politics and administration are ………….. .
…………… focused on structures of administration, organization in government and management services such personnel and financial administration.
…………. argued that there is no strict separation between politics and administration
…………. noted that it was unrealistic to say that the field of administration is the field of business and that there is no scope for politics.
As the politic-administration dichotomy thesis range, some scholars such as K.M. Henderson, J.G. Marchand, Herbert Simon and J.D. Thompson have suggested that public administration is more of …………… than political science.
……… and ………… coined and introduced POSCORB.
The following are focused areas when carrying out comparative study of public administration except administration
The following are the benefits derivable from comparative public administration except
Which of this model draws heavily on the nomative or stipulate ideas about the management of the society?
………….. is perhaps the most frequently mentioned writer among others in a systematic arrangement of the structural functional analysis.
The elite theory is associated with many writers prominent among whom are
Prominent among the scholars who have attempted to classify societies according to their levels of development includes the following except ………….
The theory of bureaucratic organization as put in place by Marx Weber is one of the ……. .
Marx Weber was concerned about how to achieve
The …………… has been identified by some management writes as major formal organization and state form which many modern principles of public sector management emerged.
“A group of German and Austrian Public Administrators and intellectuals frequently refeered to the …………..
Three major facets that can be identified in the traditional and administrative pattern of the Hausa states were …………, ………….. and ……….
In the hausa precolonial system Sarki means ………
In the hausa precolonial system Madawak means ………
In the hausa precolonial system Sarki Dogara means …………..
………… presides over a case by himself especially when the case was political in nature
When was Nigerian council established?
When was elective principle introduced?
British judicial system was operated side by side with the traditional Islamic system already in existence and was known as ……….
Ibo traditional political and administrative arrangement was known as …………..
The most elderly person among the family heads in Ibo traditional political system was known as ………….
Given an average aggregate inventory value of N360,500 and a weekly sales of N65,577, What is the number of weeks of supply? ____________
Which of the followings is a basic requirement for an effective inventory management? ___________
In operations management, marketing is concerned with _____________
Uneven demand for products can be met through _____________
Given that the annual demand is 200 units and the ordering cost is N50,000, what is the optimum order quantity? _____________

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