Politics and Conflict Management in Manufacturing Organizations and its Implication on National Transformation: a Case of Ajaokuta Iron and Steel Company, Kogi State Nigeria.

Odiba Isaac Abdul, Daluba Noah Ekeyi, Pauline Ann Baba, Elizabeth Dajili


The study investigated politics and conflict management in manufacturing organizations and its implication on National transformation with particular reference to Ajaokuta Iron and Steel company.  Four research questions were articulated and four hypotheses were formulated to guided the study.  The study a descriptive survey research design.  The population for study was 1800 workers. 1046 workers in the study constitute the sample for the study.  The instrument for data collection was a 20-item structured questionnaire captioned management of politics and conflict questionnaire (NAPCA).  The instrument was faced and content validated.  Using Pearson moment correlation coefficient, a reliability index of 0.81 was obtained.  The implications of the study was discussed and various recommendations were made as the incidence of communication gap in the management of the organization should be reduced; seminars and workshop on conflict management staff and experts in conflict management should be invited and resource person to discuss the subject matter intensively.

Keywords: Politics; Conflicts; Management; National and Transformation

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