Employee involvement in Decision Making and firms' Performance in the Manufacturing Sector in Nigeria".
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The findings of this study indicate a significant relationship between employee involvement in decision making and firms' performance. The results also reveal that firms with high employee involvement in decision making outperform firms with low employee involvement in decision making. The study signifies the need for manufacturing firms to exhibit high level of commitment to employee involvement in decision making in order to enhance their performance. In other words, an intensive employee involvement in decision making regime is a probable approach for increasing firm performance in competitive markets with uncertainty.
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Manufacturing Sector , Firms' Performance
Kuye,O.L. and Sulaimon, A.A. (2011) Employee involvement in Decision Making and firms Performance in the Manufacturing Sector in Nigeria". Serbian Journal of Management, University of Belgrade, Serbia.Vol. 6, (1), p. I - I5.