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  • CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (ESHDC)

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    This research is on Conflict management in government organizations (a case study of Enugu state housing development corporation (ESHDC). Organizations by their nature have built in conflicts, provided human beings come together for the purpose of achieving a goal. The mere fact that organizations make decision could cause conflicts. Conflict management in government organizations is worth investigating because the existence of conflict in an organization be it, public or private can affect among other things effectiveness and efficiency of such organization partnership wind-up, churches have broken away because they were unable to manage their conflict for instance, the Nkalagu cement company at Nkalagu now in Ebonyi State, research proved that it could not continue production due to inability to manage conflict of interests of the Eastern State, in the administration and control of the cement company. This study is interested in conflict management in government organization and         Enugu         State Housing Development Corporation in was chosen as a case study. Due to the need for organizations in human life, the earlier conflicts are resolved or property managed the better for the society, in this study data were collected through oral interview and to the management staff of Enugu State Housing Development Corporation. Eight research questions were of percentage as the most appropriate method of analyzing the data collected. It appears that the sources of conflicts in the corporation were mainly take interdependence and power tussle and the main resolution technique employed were getting the aggrieved leaders and resolving it with them, authoritative command identification of problem and choosing the strategy to adopt. The research has commended confrontational strategies for the resolution of organization conflict, in addition to organizational redesi8gn and expansion of resources.

     

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  • EXAMINATION OF HOUSING PROBLEMS OF LOW INCOME URBAN FAMILIES FROM 2014-2020. CASE STUDY NNEWI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE

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    This project is on Examination of housing problems of low-income urban families from 2014-2020. Case study Nnewi local government area of Anambra state from. The study of housing problems of low income earners was conducted within the Nnewi town, Nnewi local government of Anambra state. The research work is focused on examining the extent in which housing policy strategies of the study area provides affordable housing for lower income urban families. It also presents the empirical evidence of the housing situation of low income households, analyzing the relationship between socially oriented housing policy, its historical and geographical context and its consequences. Both direct measures of the housing affordability circumstances of low income households and evidence drawn from previous research of the kind and extent of affordability-related problems in the study area are drawn on for the analysis.

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  • ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING PROBLEMS OF LOW INCOME EARNERS

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    The study of housing problems of low income earners was conducted within the Nnewi town, Nnewi local government of Anambra state. The research work is focused on examining the extent in which housing policy strategies of the study area provides affordable housing for lower income urban families. It also presents the empirical evidence of the housing situation of low income households, analyzing the relationship between socially oriented housing policy, its historical and geographical context and its consequences. Both direct measures of the housing affordability circumstances of low income households and evidence drawn from previous research of the kind and extent of affordability-related problems in the study area are drawn on for the analysis.

     

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