1Nnenna Nancy Chukwuma&2Emina William Uli
1Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Science, National Open University of Nigeria Jabi, Abuja
2Department of Development Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, National Open University.
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Abstract This study examined Taylor’s ideals and employees’ performance inAbia state civil service. As we know Performance, in all its guises, occurs across all organizations whether formally through an official organizational process or informally through personal relationship. Given its inherent importance, this study conducted a review of performance using the ideals and tenets of Taylor in Abia State civil service. The study recommended among others cooperation between management and employees in order to ensure all aspect of the job is executed in conformity with the principle of science (policy) being developed for greater performance. The suggested a series of knowledge gaps which, if filled, will help both management scholars and practitioners better understand how employee performance can be effectively managed using Taylor’s principles
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