HUMAN CAPACITY BUILDING AND HUMAN RESOURCES AS PANACEA FOR ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS OF SPORT TOURISM IN IMO STATE, NIGERIA

Francis Chukwudi Nwaogu, Henry Chidi Maduanusi

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Sport tourism has been adjudged one of the money-spinning sectors that if properly harnessed is capable of creating jobs for the unemployed as well as increase the GDP of a country. However, in achieving this, there is need to develop human capacity building as well as providing a platform for training of personnel to actualize organizational effectiveness in sport tourism development in Imo state. The researcher discovered there is a lull in sport tourism development in Imo state and therefore suggested that training and re-training of workers should be key while competent and highly resourceful personnel be recruited to drive the sport tourism sector in Imo state to a logical conclusion.

 

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human capacity building, human resources, organizational effectiveness, Imo State

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