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IMPACT OF COMPUTER ON RECORD MANAGEMENT IN AN OFFICE

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IMPACT OF COMPUTER ON RECORD MANAGEMENT IN AN OFFICE

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITTLE PAGE                                                                                                           i

CERTIFICATE                                                                                                          ii

DEDICATION                                                                                                           iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                                                                                         iv

ABSTRACT                                                                                                               v

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

CHAPTER ONE

  • INTRODUCTION                                                                                             1
  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY                                                                  1-2
  • STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM                                                                 2
  • RESEARCH QUESTION                                                                                 2
  • THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY                                                                    2
  • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                                                 3
  • LIMITATION OF THE STUDY                                                                     3
  • SCOPE/DELIMITATION                                                                                3
  • DEFINITION OF TERMS                                                                               3

 

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 INTRODUCTION                                                                                               4

2.1 DEFINITION OF RECORD MANAGEMENT                                                            4-5

2.2   PRACTICING RECORDS MANAGEMENT                                                 5-7

2.3   CURRENT ISSUES IN RECORD MANAGEMENT                                                 8-9

2.4   DATA PROCESSING                                                                                       9-9

2.5   ESSENTIALS OF A GOOD FILING SYSTEM                                             9-12

2.6   DEFINITION OF COMPUTER                                                                                   12

2.7   ROLES OF COMPUTER IN BUSINESS ORGANIZATION                                   12

2.8   IMPACT OF COMPUTER ON RECORD KEEPING                                                13

 

 

CHAPTER THREE

  • INTRODUCTION 14

3.1   POPULATION OF THE STUDY                                                                     14

3.2   SAMPLE                                                                                                            14

3.3   RESEARCH INSTRUMENT                                                                            14

3.4    METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION                                                             14

3.5    METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS                                                                  15

3.6    DECISION RULE                                                                                            15

 

CHAPTER FOUR

  • PRESENTATION 16

4.1 ANALYSIS OF RESPONDTO THE RESEARCH QUESTION                      16-18

CHAPTER FIVE

  • SUMMARY CONCLSION AND RECOMMENDATION 19

5.1   SUMMARY OF FINDING AND DISCUSSION                                           19

5.2   CONCLUSION.                                                                                                            20

5.3    RECOMMENDATION                                                                                                20-21

5.4    SUGESTION FOR FURTHER STUDIES                                                      21

REFRENCE                                                                                                      22-23

RESEARCH QUESTION                                                                                24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

 INTRODUCTION

1.0     Background of the Study

Most offices and organization appreciate the importance of record management. Horn by (2001) defines record “as written account of facts, accounts put down as hey occur and stored small collection of data about a specific) that exists as a units of information in machine readable form facts know about the past or somebody or something”

Samdanel (1998) defines record “as large of document e.g. letters, memorandum, report etc which are created, processed, stored and reviewed in any business organization or office.

In other words, record management refers to the sum total of all activities designed to control the lifecycle of records from its disposition.

Record management deals with the creation, distribution, presentation, maintenance, preservation, retrieval and disposal of records.

Mills and standingford (1983) see record management as “a direct connection between the practical working and the clerical operations”.

Record management entails the following:

  • To account for the goods which have purchased as far as practicable, to trace them through the business until it have been develop and changed to the customer or client.
  • To report on stock bases and wastage
  • To report on transaction of an office
  • To report on goods held on ordered in relation to requirements for production and selling programmes.
  • To report on inactive stocks.
  • To provide information for department changing or costing purpose.
  • Computers are now found in every field of human activities from space explanation to literacy studies.

There are few or no area in an organization which are likely to escape the impact of computerization since business need for providing information are increasing in volume and complexity, the use of computer as a machine, which can receive, process present information in to it, at a very speed is essential.

It is claimed that application of computer to record management in an office has made record management easier and more reliable. The concern of this study is, therefore to investigate the impact of application / utilization of computer an record management in the office.

  • Statement of the Problem

This research work mends to discover what impact the computer has on record management in today’s office.

Also, we seek to determine and highlight the relative importance of computer as a means of keeping record over all other methods of record keeping like manual filling system and indexing etc.

  • Research Questions

The following question granted the study:

  • What impact does the computer have on record keeping in terms of reliability?
  • What impact does the computer have on record keeping in terms of speed?
  • What impact does the computer have on record keeping in terms of retrieval?
  • What impact does the computer have on effectiveness 0n record keeping?
    • Purpose of the Study

The purpose of this research work is:

  • To find out and show to the business world the record management features of the computer.
  • To determine its impact on the record management.
  • To determine its durability and reliability.
  • Significance of the Study

The study will be off great importance to organization and most especially the secretarial personal to know the impact of computer on record management in an office and its effective and efficiency in organization and it will enable organization. Companies to appreciate the impact of computer on record management.

 

 

  • Limitation of the Study

Some constraints faced by the research in the course of these study includes the following.

  • Financial constraint
  • Time constraint
  • Support’s busy schedule.
  • Death of relevant literatures.

However having summarized these challenges, the researcher was confident of the validity of the research work.

  • Scope / Delimitation

The research study focus. It attention on the impact of computer on record management in Federal Polytechnic, Offa.

  • Definition of Terms

Computer: is an electronic machine that receive instruction data as input, translate the data, process it, and present as out put to the user.

Record management: describe as the deployment of stored and retrieve information for the achievement of the objective with function of providing appropriate information and communication network to all sectors within and outside an organization.