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 Conflict and politics in manufacturing organizations are hardly talked about or discussed formally in an official platform, yet they are words that go to the root and survival of many organizations in the world. The existence of a group of persons in any given environment or organization allows sharing of mutual respects, friendship and enjoyment of interaction with one another. At the other extreme, such relationship at work could be negative. Promotion of collaborative relationship is most times epitomized in the level of cooperation at work for effective and efficient production. One is not in doubt concerning the presence of misunderstanding, disagreement, crisis among individuals and groups in organization where human activities take place. There is no society, organization or individual that does not at one time or the other go through some experiences that could be termed as conflict. Again, individuals are faced with conflicts of thought when they have to choose the best option. According to Ityodugh (2003:138), the industrial disputes that occur in any Company or organization should be interpreted as a loss of control by the management. Suffice to say that some conflict situations go out of hand and bring individuals or institution to a complete collapse not as a result of the nature of conflict but the management of the situation to reduce explosion of the matter. Organizational politics and conflicts in modern society have been a constant reality in the history of manufacturing organizations. In the past, such politics and conflicts have caused profound human suffering (employees) leading to death, dismissal, retirement and even imprisonment in some cases. The present challenge, therefore, focuses attention in the restoration and defense of the rule of law that leads to confidence in the employers as well as good governing pattern for all employees and employers alike. In human history, politics and conflicts had always existed which had impacted on socio-economic and political development of nations, communities and families; some were more devastating than others and posed obstacles to civil society and peaceful co-existence. According to Angela in Ejeh (2006.2) conflict is ubiquitous and occurs at institutional and individual levels. Almost on daily basis one hears news of conflicts. Often these conflicts lead to war, crisis, loss of lives and properties. The conflict often emerges from different groups under the auspices of trade union e.g. Nigeria Union of food and Beverage administration. Manufacturing organizations use different natural resources and have the desire to manage them in different ways e.g. forest, water pasture, minerals and land.
The conflict existing in the manufacturing organizations today emanates from negative politics and conflicts among the people and society. Almost on daily basis one hears news of conflicts. These conflicts can lead to inter-tribal wars, ethnic crisis and loss of lives and properties. These conflicts often emerge from different uses of natural resources or desire to manage them in different ways. Sometimes too, it is ethnic, religious class or some ill-motivated elements within the manufacturing organizations that cause conflicts. They are in some cases many sadists and disgruntled elements in the society, such sadists that will never enjoy staying in peaceful environment but rejoice whenever they complicate issues and fix others in trouble. These activities as well as others affect the operations and development of manufacturing organizations in our society, though the manufacturing organization’s staff members are always busy with production, marketing, planning and budgeting, and such are expected to be gentlemen and women. Manufacturing organizations in Nigeria are located in particular areas for sustainable development. It would be pertinent to investigate the management of this conflict and extent of their impacts on the organization. It has been observed that the pedigrees of most manufacturing companies in Nigeria are rooted in management problems, politics and conflicts. One question that continues to occupy the minds of Nigerians is the delay in production and output of Ajaokuta iron and Steel Company despite the huge investment by the federal government in the organization.

Project detailsContents
Number of Pages92 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
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