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An Investigation Into The Practice Of Henri Fayol’s Principles Of Management In Ondo State Civil Service, Nigeria
Every organization is established to achieve pre-determined goals. However, these goals cannot be achieved without the conscious effort of administration which not only seeks to understand the goals, but also sets in place the necessary programs that would engender the cooperation of employees to achieve these goals. The fourteen principles of Henri Fayol was postulated as an administrative theory that would guide the administrators to achieve set goals through employees. However given the innovation in public organization, there is the need to investigate if these century old fourteen principles are still relevant and in use in the Civil Service.
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