Strategic Management Practices of Construction SMEs in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Nigerian construction market has been described as vibrant and is among the largest in Africa. However, it is dominated by small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The significance of small and medium sized enterprises to world economies and Nigeria in particular cannot be over emphasized. SMEs make up the largest business sector in every economy. Moreover, they are major drivers of...
Published at Proceedings of the 23rd IBIMA conference on Vision 2020: Sustainable Growth, Economic Development, and Global Competitiveness to be held in Valencia, Spain 13-14 May 2014
Published in 2014
Tunji-Olayeni P.F., Owolabi J.D., Amusan, L.M., Ogunde A.O and Omuh I.O
Omuh Ignatius » Ignatius Omuh is currently a lecturer in the department of Building Technology Covenant University, Ota. He attended the University of Jos, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Building and subsequently a Master’s degree in Construction technology. He has a passion for practicing his disciple and as a result spent some years on the field before venturing into academics. His research... view full profile
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