IMPACT OF BUDGET ON EFFECTIVE PLANNING AND CONTROL IN AN ORGANISATION (A CASE STUDY OF KWARA HOTEL ILORIN.)

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 TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page                                                        i        

Approval page                                                                            ii     

Dedication                                                                         iii                            

Acknowledgement                                                              iv       

              

CHAPTER ONE

1.0       Introduction                                                            1-4               

1.1       Statement of research problem               4-5                           

1.2      Aims and objective of the study                                 5-6                   

1.3     Statement of Hypothesis                                     6                               

1.4      Significance of the study                                            6                            

1.5      Scope of the study                                                    7                              

1.6      Organization of the study                                           7-8   


CHAPTER TWO

2.0      Literature Review                                                      9-10  

2.1      Meaning of budget                                10-11                         

2.2      Budget as a planning tool                   11                               

2.3       Budget as an instrument for motivation          12                       

2.4       Budget as an instrument for coordination                    12                   

2.5       Budget as an instrument for communication      13                    

2.6       Budget as a tool for evaluation                                   13                       

2.7       Budgetary planning and control                 14-16                     

2.8       Type of Budget                                                         16         

2.9      Sale Budget                                                             16-17

2.10     Productions cost Budget                                             17

2.11    Capital expenditure Budget                                                  18

 2.12    Cash Budget                                                             18

2.13     Objective of budgetary control                                  19-20

2.14      References


CHAPTER THREE

3.0       Historical background of the study                            21-24

3.2       population of the study                                                24

3.3       Sample size                                                               25

3.4       Measure of variable                                                 25-26

3.5       Planning and control                                                           26

3.6    Statistical tool for debt analysis    

3.7    Limitation of the study                            26


CHAPTER FOUR

4.0      Data presentation                                                      27

4.1     Data Analysis                                                            27

4.2     Descriptive Statistics                                                  28

4.3     Inferential Statistics                                                   28-33

4.4     Interpretation of the result                                         33-37  

4.5     Discussion for the finding                                           37


CHAPTER FIVE

5.0    Summary                                                                  38-39

5.1    Conclusion                                                                        39-42

5.2    Recommendation                                                       42-44

         bibliograehy                                                              45

         Questionnaire                                                            46

 

 


 





                                                  CHAPTER ONE

          1.0      INTRODUCTION

Budget is an estimate of probable future income and expenditure, it is mechanism for deciding what will be spent and realized in future. Budget is the expression of management master operating of financing plan that is the formalized outline of company objectives and means of attaining them.

It can be said that budget are formal statement of organization resource set aside for the purpose of carrying out specific function or activities over a given time period. Budgets are useful and form an important part of the planning and controlling process.

Budget also indicates the expenditure revenue and profit planning for a given future time span.

Budgets are usually stated in monetary term, this providing a common ground for a variety of organization activities.

Management can use budget to provide a major area of control and planning.

Budget as various authors describe it. B. B.  Howard and M. Upton in their book define budget as “the formal presentation of the process of planning for future financial requirement to achieve solvency and profitability”.

Also B. Murphy in his book defines budget as plan which is prepared to show how resources will be required and used over a period of time.

A well structural budget must necessarily lead to improve control of a firm. This is possible because the supervisor would have now had on indication of what would be done; also the supervisor with the accountants’ help can be more easily sport that is being ineffectively done. A good technique of control with a budget helps the manager to take decision on the most intricate problem.

The control process according to John Storey “ Uses arrange of devices, operating activities or procedure and organization structuring in order to assist manager in implementing their organization budget, the purpose of control is to ensure that performation optimized defined organization budget financial budgets represents the firm’s plan for the coming year. Summarized in projected financial statement since budgets are plans, they become the critical by which managerial performance is measured and therefore, the basic for the control system; where as budget have a double role which is plan and performance.

Generally, they are viewed as synonymous with control and not with planning

; Moreover, it is their use as control devices that have made budgets. The focus of much criticism by some school of thought which view them as a coercive tool used by top management to enforce its objectives on the participants of the organization.

According to John Storey, the challenge to management control, 1980 USA page 56. It is obvious that organization operate in a world of uncertainty in which the ability to anticipate and budgeting.

Organizations are adapted to their dynamic environment. It is therefore, the manager lot to participate, manage and forecast their environment plans if they are to be effective, they should display certain characteristics.

They should be flexible enough to allow for changing condition and provide a basis for coordinated behavior. Every planner must always recognize that the future is uncertain and that budget is an important tool for aiding, to a reasonable degree plan and cents forward the achievement of the organization objective.


1.1   STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

        The purpose of this research work is basically on how the hotels especially Kwara Hotel Ltd. Ilorin has been able to discharge its social responsibility to its environment and staffs at large and how his social responsibility has affected the neighboring in terms of good health, creation of scholarship to youth, to mention but a few.

        All these tend to raise the return has positive impact on the profitability of the Hotel. This research work is meant to see how budge serves as a tool for effective planning and control so as to maximize its profit.


1.2   AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

        The following are the aims and objectives of the research work.

1.  To help organization in budgeting, so that they can know that budget can be part of planning and also a measure for effective control in the organization.

2.  To review the role of financial budget in a cooperative planning and control process by re-examine the relationship between the controller and the controlled.

3.  To look at the way budgeting is made as a tool for effective planning and control in kwara hotel limited, Ilorin

4.  The write-up is not only to aid the Hotel but also may help other organization to know that budgeting can be used as a means of effective planning and control.


1.3   TEST OF HYPOTHESIS

        H0:   Budget is an effective tool for planning and control.

        H1:   Budget is not an effective tool for planning and control.


1.4   SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

        A fundamental importance of the study is to find the most profitable course through which the effort of the organization may be directed in meeting its primary objectives.

        This study will assist the management in holding the business as nearly as possible on its chartered course.

        Since the organization operates in a dynamic environment, this study will help the managers to participate manage and forecast enable environment which will form the basis upon which are made.


1.5   SCOPE OF THE STUDY

        This study will cover all the budgetary control in Kwara Hotel Limited Ilorin. It will also review the budget of various departments in reaching conclusion of its research study.

        This write-up will also look at the formulating of the organization budget and emphasize budget as a management used for effective planning and control.


1.6   ORGANIZATION OF THE STUDY

        It has already been stated that the purpose of this study is to use budget as a measure for effective planning and control so that organization can achieve. There will be a brief of introduction of the topic in chapter one stating definitions and use of budget for effective planning and control.

        This will be followed by a discussion on a conceptual frame of budgeting highlighting some of the popular theories, which will be second chapter.

        The third chapter will include the historical background of the Hotel and its organization set up.

        Data presentation and analysis about the study will be included in chapter Four.

        Chapter five will state the summary, recommendation and conclusion.

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