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Title: TECHNIQUES FOR IMPROVING CREATIVITY AND PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC GRADUATES IN THE WORKPLACE IN KWARA STATE
Authors: ASONIBARE, IDOWU STEPHEN
Issue Date: Oct-2012
Abstract: This study was designed to suggest the techniques for improving creativity and performance of electrical and electronic graduates in the work-place in kwara state. To obtain pertinent data for this study, four research questions and two null hypotheses tested at 0.05 level of significance were formulated on level of graduate creativity and performance in the Electrical and Electronic workplace, the factors affecting graduate creativity and performance in the workplace, the effect of graduate creativity and performance on individual worker in the workplace, strategies for improving graduate’s creativity and performance in the workplace. Four research questions with 49 items was used to collect the data for the study from a total population of 35 respondent comprised of 5 graduates (Group 1) and 30 apprentices (group 2) selected at random from the Ilorin the capital of kwara state. The result of their responses was analyzes using frequency count, statistical mean, standard deviation and t-test. From the analysis it was reveals that graduates as natural being are creative but the non-conducive environment, stereo-typed curriculum and government attitude together with graduate belief of creativity as natural traits and rejection of local product in the society had paralyzed the great trait in graduate to an inactive level. Base on these findings, it was recommended that; government should provide incentives for graduates, make creative adventure a compulsory requirement for employment and promotion, fund creativity development in schools.
Description: A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION, SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND SCIENCE EDUCATION FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLGY, MINNA. IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT OF THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (B.TECH) IN INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION.
URI: http://http://dspace.futminna.edu.ng/jspui/handle/1/265
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