Forces That Influence Change in the Operational Areas of Technical Universities/ Polytechnics



The study intended to identify the forces that influence change in the operational areas of the Technical Universities/Polytechnics. The population comprised management and staff.  Purposive, stratified, simple and convenience sampling methods were used to select the sample size of 120. Questionnaires and interview were the main instruments used.  Analysis was carried out using Microsoft Excel.  The study revealed that, the most dominant factors of significant change in the operations of the Technical Universities\ Polytechnics were the adoption of new technology in teaching, learning and general administration, improvement in the skills, knowledge and the abilities of employees, elimination of bureaucratic leadership, and sensitivity to the needs and aspirations of the clients. The study also revealed that, overhead projectors are important in instructional delivery.

Keywords: influence change, overhead projectors

DOI: 10.7176/NMMC/78-07

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