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Oluwasanya, Tony Adewale (2014)
Publisher: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Journal: Journal Of Business Management & Social Sciences Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Business Management; Human Resources Management, Human Capital Development, Education, Private Universities, Challenges
The availability and the quality of a nations human capital to a large extent determines the rate and quantum of growth and development. The physical, material and financial (Non-human capital) are to be mobilized and utilized by the available human capital to accomplish the set goals. In fact, it is people that activate (the goose that lays the golden egg) the set objectives, determine the resources to use, apply the resources as deemed fit and coordinate the activities of an organization to achieve the set goals. It is pertinent to note that individual skills and techniques are significant determinants of peak performance. Skills and techniques can be acquired through training and development. This paper distinctively elucidates the human capital development challenges faced by Private Universities in Nigeria
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