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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Effects Of Organizational Structure On Sports Personnel Satisfaction In Nigeria: Southwest Tertiary Institution

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AUTHOR(S)

E. O. Ezekiel-Zebulon, I. P. Okokpujie, M. O. Moronfolu, K. Okokpujie

 

KEYWORDS

Organizational Structure, Sports Personnel Satisfaction, Tertiary Institutions, Administration Effects

 

ABSTRACT

The study was carried out on organizational structure and sports personnel satisfaction in Nigeria South West Tertiary Institutions. To this end, a total of 200 sports personnel’s that cut across four institutions, that is, LASU, UNILAG, UI, and Ibadan Poly, were selected through a stratified random sampling technique and served as respondents in the study. A self-developed and validated questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. Fifty (50) copies of the questionnaire were administered in each of the institutions using on the spot administration for high percentage returns. The data collected was used to develop a frequency distribution table for analysis. The descriptive statistics of percentage, bar, and pie charts were used for data presentation, while the t-test statistical tool was used in testing all stated hypotheses using 0.05 confidence levels. The findings show that Organizational structure, Reward, and Communication have significant influences on sports personnel satisfaction in Nigeria South-west Tertiary institution, it can also be depicted that for the development of any institution or sport academic, the organizational structural effects of the sports personnel need to be structured appropriately to promote healthy living.

 

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