1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
An organization is a combination of people or individuals efforts working together on pursuit of certain purpose called organizational goals. It is any group of two or more people working to achieve goal or goals. The goals may be such a thing as profit, spreading of knowledge, national defence, social satisfaction e.tc when people thus combine, certain characters emerge which make the combination organization (Griffin 1984: 25).
All administrators, whether they operates in private business, a government agency, a church, a charitable organization or a university, must in varying degrees take into accounts the elements and forces of their environment. While they may be able to do little or nothing to change these forces, they have no alternative but to respond to them. They must identify, evaluate and react to the forces that may affect its operations. (weihrich and koonts 2003:58).
Organization are made up of people and others primarily, the administrator is there to combine other resources. These resources are combine with a view to attaining organizational goals. If the administrator fails to abide by the forces of the environment, he cannot achieve the goal for which the organization was set. Environment include internal and external environments (Akpala 1998: 2).
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM