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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Attainment of Cooperative objectives and the performance of officers in performing their Management Functions: A Case of Cooperatives in Gapan City, Nueva Ecija

( Vol-5,Issue-11,November 2019 )

Author(s): Dr. Jennilyn C. Mina



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Page No: 577-579
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.511.2

Keywords:

cooperatives objectives, management functions, level of performance, constraints.

Abstract:

Cooperatives have brought significant contributions to uplift the lives of many individuals and to resolve problems related to financial, marketing and production. This study was conducted to determine whether the different registered cooperatives in Gapan City, Nueva Ecija were attaining their objectives and whether the board of directors and officers were performing their duties and responsibilities by fulfilling their management functions. Furthermore, this study was conducted to determine the different constraints the cooperatives were facing that could affect their everyday operations. The researcher utilized the descriptive research design using a survey– questionnaire technique to gather the necessary information. Moreover, the researcher with the use of T–test determined whether there is a significant difference in the extent of attainment of the cooperative objectives, level of performance of the officers in performing their management functions and the constraints affecting the operations of the organizations based on the perceptions of the officials and the members of cooperatives. Findings have shown that the existing registered cooperatives in the city were able to attain their cooperative objectives to a very great extent. It has also been found out that the board of directors and officers were able to perform their management functions very satisfactory. On the other hand, the respondents perceived that the constraints affecting the operations of cooperatives were just minor problems. The two groups differ in their responses on the extent of attainment of their cooperative objectives and on the constraints affecting the operations of the cooperatives while both groups of respondents have the same perception as to the level of performance of the board of directors and officers in performing their management functions.

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