ASSESSMENT OF TAILORING PROGRAMME OF SCHOOL-ON-WHEELS SCHEME OF NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF EMPLOYMENT
Organizational interaction is inevitable because organizations are viewed as open systems where objects in their environments influence the behavior of the system?s part and the relationships among its parts. This is because open systems interact with their environment for the procurement of both inputs and economic resources and to satisfy other needs, which are essential for their survival (Onwuchekwa, 1993). The implication of this is that organizations cannot be completely isolated from their environment. How this interaction should be initiated and sustained for the benefits of the interacting organizations becomes a matter of concern as often duplicity comes into play due to the greed of some business partners? intention to outsmart each other.