POOR MANAGEMENT, A STUMBLING STONE OF CONSUMER COOPERATIVES DEVELOPMENT


POOR MANAGEMENT, A STUMBLING STONE OF CONSUMER COOPERATIVES DEVELOPMENT

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INTRODUCTION

From the book cooperative identity (1998) “the modern cooperative movement began England during the fist part of the nineteenth century. There were many years of experimentation, and many failed attempts, before a successful cooperative was established.Stumbling Stone The turning point came in 1944 when the first successful cooperative, called the Rochdale, an industrial town close to Manchester.Stumbling Stone The society was registered under the friendly societies Act.Stumbling Stone On October 28th 1844, but the shop did not open for business until December 21st 1944. This cooperative shop, established 155 years ago, continues to exist and proper up to the present day.”Stumbling Stone
They started with an intensive pre-member education program based on weekly discussion meetings lasting several months. During these meetings, they drafted their regulations which they later implemented with tenacity of purpose. They participated actively and democratically in the running of their society.Stumbling Stone Everyone bought shares of one pound each and bought their supplies from the shop in cash according to their rules.Stumbling Stone Their officials were honest, highly committed and fully accountable. They kept strict account of every transaction and declared their balance sheet quarterly.Stumbling Stone Their methods led them to success and they became a model for cooperatives all over the world.Stumbling Stone”

CHAPTER ONE
1.1 Background To The Subject Matter
1.2 Historical Background To The Subject Area
1.3 Statement Of Problem
1.4 objectives of the study
1.5 Significance Of The Study
1.6 Purpose Of The Study
1.7 Research Questions
1.8 Operational Definition Of Terminologies

CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Cooperative Views
2.3 Political Leaders Views

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Research Design
3.3 Population of the study
3.4 Sample size and sampling procedure
3.5 Research Instrument
3.5.1 Validity
3.5.2 Reliability
3.6 Methods Of Data Presentation And Analysis
3.7 Limitation Of The Study

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA
4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.2 ANALYSIS BASED ON PERSONAL DATA OF THE RESPONDENT

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1Summary
5.2 Conclusions
5.3 Recommendations
REFERENCE
QUESTIONNAIRE

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