Study about Management Control Procedures and Environment of Local Councils in Sierra Leone
The review surveyed administration control methods and climate of Local Councils in Sierra Leone concerning Bo and Kenema Districts Councils. The optional goals of the review were, to: 1) survey control techniques on the committees viability; 2) evaluate control systems in lessening deceitful exercises; 3) survey control strategies in advancing the chambers execution; 4) recognize the shortcomings in the control methods; and 5) survey control methodology in accomplishing observing and management at the gatherings. The methodology took on for the review was a cross-sectional graphic plan, and the information were introduced by the utilization of subjective and quantitative techniques. The objective populace of the review is 28 (28) center staff individuals, out of which 26 center staff individuals were chosen from the two committees that stuck to control strategies and climate of Bo and Kenema Districts Councils. The methodology embraced for the review was a cross-sectional unmistakable plan. Research configuration is the system or outline for leading significant examination. The information were introduced by the utilization of subjective and quantitative techniques. A four-point Likert scale was utilized, and surveys and narrative investigation were utilized as information assortment devices. To further develop execution and decrease control defects, Bo District Council shows more help by sticking to its control processes. Control gauges extraordinarily helped the committees at Kenema District Council in lessening its fake exercises, further developing execution, and improving checking and oversight. The exploration paper thusly, suggests that the Local Service Commission ought to make accessible to the center staff individuals interior approaches, acts and guidelines to the 22 neighborhood committees in Sierra Leone. The review varies from prior research by recognized specialists in that it would help associations in assessing, checking, and assessing the committees’ control systems by decreasing fake exercises and the board breaks. Also, it would help the Local Service Commission to work on its inward strategies and practices to lessen the probability of misleading attestations that would thwart the boards’ tasks.
Department of Accounting, School of Social Sciences and Law, Njala University, Bo Campus, Bo, Sierra Leone.
Micheal Tejan Gbenday,
Ministry of Planning and Economic Development, Bo City, Sierra Leone.
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Keywords: Management, controls, procedures, environment, local councils