Management Problems in Implementing Development Works as Perceived by the NGOs: A Case Study in Nagaland, India


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  • M. N. Odyuo , N. K. Patra and A. K. Makar

Abstract

This study aims to report on management problems in implementing development works as perceived by the NGOs'
employees and measures suggested for improvement in Nagaland, India. In this study 45 NGOs were selected and from
each NGO one higher level of employee was interviewed as respondent. The functional areas of development
management of developmental organizations were taken into consideration in this study viz. Planning, Financing,
Organizing and Leading. The respondents were asked open ended questions to mention most important problems for each
of the functional area of management which they were facing and also to suggest measures for organizational
effectiveness. Important identified problem(s) are donors terms of support and plan not matching properly, untimely and
irregular fund flow, lack of technical staff and frequently relinquishing the organization, lack of proper office space and
furniture, lack of coordination between NGO and Govt. development functionaries, lack of regular supervision of daily
activities in different areas and language problem, and suggestion(s) against the problems are - Flexibility in plan and
scope of modification as per requirement, regular and timely fund flow, consultancy service from resource personnel, GONGOs collaboration, Popularization of Nagamese Language to address the language and communication problem

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Submitted

18.10.2023

Published

31.03.2017

How to Cite

Management Problems in Implementing Development Works as Perceived by the NGOs: A Case Study in Nagaland, India. (2017). Indian Journal of Extension Education, 53(1), 21-27. https://epubs.icar.org.in/index.php/IJEE/article/view/143901