Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 9, No 6 (2013)

Strategic Management of Human Capital Development on Employees Performance in Nigeria Cement Sector

Ehis Taiwo Omoluabi, Olufemi Akintunde


The synopsis of strategic management of human capital development on employees performance in Nigeria cement sector, emphasize the relative roles of strategic management of human capital development in the Nigerian cement sector. The paper discuss number of factors that contributes to the success of Nigerian cement sector; these factors are skills, experiences, qualification of individual employees, ideas etc. The paper further examine that strategic management has helped the development of employees performance in the Nigerian cement sector. The researcher divided the cement sector into zones e.g. Lagos, Ibadan, and Ekiti. This resulted to total population of 750 employees in the cement industry as at the time the research was conducted. The Taro Yamae statistical formula was used to determine the sample size of 511. The researcher made use of primary and secondary source of data collection for the findings. The paper find out that constant training and development of employees has helped the cement sector to do well in their business operation which will help improved quality and innovation with the goal of gaining completive advantage through human resource. That the contribution of HCD can lead to organizational performance and effectively linked to changes in different business environment including micro and macro context.


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