BUDGETING SYSTEM AND BUDGETING CONTROL: A MEANS OF IMPROVED PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY. (A CASE STUDY OF OBAJANA CEMENT FACTORY.)
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The need for effective and proper planning necessitated the adoption of budgeting and budgetary control system. It is hoped that effective budgeting and budgetary would enhance effective performance, thereby, help in the attainment of the organization’s goals. This research will examine the role of budgeting and budgetary control towards effective planning in an organization as a whole, with specific objective of examining the need for sound budget preparation and implementation process. In going about this research work, primary and secondary methods will be used in data collection and sample methods were used in data analysis. This research work has become so important since organization performance is directly and indirectly dependant on how well an organization make use of budgeting and budgetary control system. From the finding of this research, it was revealed that periodic review of budget would go a long way in improving the policy formulation on and implementation of future plans for the department and the whole organization. And that budget also assist planning by estimating the income and expenditure, which must be incorporated in planning. Based on the finding, some useful recommendations were made and it was therefore concluded that there was a need for lendget manual to suite it preparation instead of the usual mere guidelines.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of content
1.1 Background to the study
1.2. Statement of the problem.
1.3 Purpose of the study
1.4 Research objectives
1.5 Research questions
1.6 Scope of the study
1.7 Significance of the study
1.8 DEFINITION OF TERMS
2.1.1 Budgeting control.
2.1.3 Performance measurement.
2.2.0 Types of Budgets
2.2.1 Methods for setting Budgets
2.2.2 Interrelationship of Budgets
2.3.0 Organization management.
2.3.1 Budget organizational and management
2.3.2 Functions of the budgetary committee.
2.3.7 Characteristics of a budget.
2.3.8 Budgetary control and responsibility centres.
2.4 Objective of budgetary control
2.5 Need for budgetary control
2.6 Essentials of an effective budgetary control system.
2.7 Organizational Performance
2.8 Budgetary control and performance relationships
3.1 Research design.
3.2 Study Population.
3.2.1 Sampling flame.
3.3 Sampling and sampling size.
3.4 Data collection instruments
3.6 Data processing, analyzing and presentation.
3.7 Limitation of the study.
PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS.
4.1 Respondents’ data
4.1.1 Number of respondents
4.1.2 Gender of respondents
4.2 Levels of Budgetary controls.
4.3 Performance levels in obajana cement company.
4.4 objectives of budgetary controls.
4.5 Relationship between budgetary control and performance.
4.6 Factors affecting budgetary controls in obajana cement company.
4.7 Discussion of findings
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS,