Effects of budgetary control and cash flow effectiveness on small and medium sized enterprises' performance : a case study of global paints limited (glp) Nakawa Division

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Kampala International University.College Of Economics and Management
The purpose of the study was to determine the relationship between the effects of Budgetary Control and Cash Flow Effectiveness on Small And Medium Sized Enterprises' performance in organizations especially Global Paints Limited. In chapter one the researcher covered the background the study, stated the problem statement, the scope of the study and finally the signification of the study. In chapter two, the researcher initially started by defining Budgetary Control and Cash Flow Effectiveness as defined by different authors. He went ahead to explain the Budgetary Control and Cash Flow Effectiveness systems, effects and characteristics. In chapter three, the researcher provided information on the instruments used in collecting data. He showed the study population and sample size, and sampling design and procedure, mentioned both primary and secondary collection methods used and how data was analyzed, processed and presented including the limitations of the study. In chapter four, the researcher presented the. findings of Global Paints Limited where he showed how the questionnaire were administered' and analyzed. Discussions of these findings were presented accordingly following researcher objectives. The researcher used tables, frequencies and percentages. The last chapter, the researcher summarized the findings and drew the conclusions from these findings and also provided recommendations to organizations under the study and other related organizations. The researcher further suggested more research areas for future researchers
Research report submitted to the College of Economics and Management sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of bachelor’s degree in Business Administration of Kampala International University
Budgetary control, Cash flow, Effectiveness, Performance, Nakawa Division