Vol. 12 No. 4 (2022): Vol 12, Iss 4, Year 2022
Articles

Management disruptions and business growth of public and private sector enterprise in delta state, nigeria

Ogor Tessy Morka
Department of Management, Faculty of Management Sciences, Delta State University.
Ifeanyi Harold Aliku
Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Management Sciences, Delta State University.
Published October 12, 2022
Keywords
  • Management disruptions, business growth, public-private sector.
How to Cite
Ogor Tessy Morka, & Ifeanyi Harold Aliku. (2022). Management disruptions and business growth of public and private sector enterprise in delta state, nigeria. Journal of Management and Science, 12(4), 144 - 155. Retrieved from https://eleyon.org/jms/index.php/jms/article/view/632

Abstract

The main objective of the study was to compare management disruptions and business growth in both public and private sector enterprises. It involved four public sectors and four private sector enterprises, which comprised 221 respondents from staff and management of the enterprises as the sample size for the study. A stratified sampling technique was adopted for the study. Validated structured questionnaires were used for data collection. The statistical techniques adopted for processing the data and testing the hypotheses for this study were comparing mean using independent samples t-test via the use of statistical package for social science (SPSS) software version 21. Descriptive statistics and frequency analysis was used to explain the tables of the various variables. The mean response was tested using a student t-test. The findings of the study revealed that personal values which is the first variable revealed that there is no significant difference in ethical leadership and business growth between the Public and Private enterprises (Sig = .728, P>0.05). Similarly, Social values which is the second variable showed that there is no significant difference in management disruptions and business growth between the Public and Private
enterprises (Sig =.238, P>0.05). Moral values which is the third variable showed that there is also no significant difference in management disruptions and business growth between the Public and Private enterprises (Sig =.007,P>0.05). The study concluded that the leadership of the public and private enterprise should have the ethical values, interpersonal qualities and capabilities to carry out the different tasks as needed by the organizations. Hence, the study recommended that the efforts in promoting management disruptions practices in public and private enterprises must start and be perceptible at the top of the organization.

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