CHAPTER 6- LANDS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT In most countries land accounts for between half and three quarters of national wealth. By The World Bank 1989, pg 87 6.1 Land Administration Land administration deals with implementing policies concerning the management of land tenure. Nichols [1993:41] has noted that land administration is one of the primary land management processes and therefore derives its objectives “within the context of the broader land management objectives”. Nichols [1993: 10] has therefore defined ‘land administration’ as being a mechanism to manage the land tenure system, including managing arrangements for monitoring and enforcing many of the laws and regulations affecting tenure. Land Administration includes the processes of land registration, land conveyance, surveying & mapping of land parcels, land valuation & taxation, dispute resolution, regulation of land tenure, and the creation & allocation of interests in land [Nichols, 1993].
One of the most important administrative systems to establish and maintain is an efficient filing system. It also provides guidelines on what to look for when undertaking an administrative audit. All organisations collect paper resources in the shape of books and documents. Many organizations will want to establish a resource centre where they can keep these resources in an orderly manner and make them accessible to staff and others. OVERVIEW OF THE SYSTEMS: As said above both the systems will be electronic based.
Leaders should have the ability to learn through the experience so they are able to take the right decision at the right time. A leader needs to develop the integrity so he can motivate the people to get the objective of the organization. 4.2 Report on the usefulness of methods used to plan the development of leadership skills? It is important for leaders to develop more skill to cope with future challenges, globalization and demands. As discussed earlier about current and future leadership requirements and leadership plan, it is very important that the method used for the improvement of leadership skill should be more effective and useful so that the objective can be achieved.
Moreover they have to posses the interpersonal skills and business savvy required to manage health care organizations or hospitals. The Healthcare Leadership Alliance (HLA) have identified 5 core domains: - Communication and Relationship Management - Leadership - Professionalism - Knowledge of the Health Care Environment - Business Skills and Knowledge Hospital administrators must be cognizant of the fact that there is a relationship between competency development, employability and career success. De Vos, De Hauw, & Van der Heijden, reported that a survey was conducted among a sample of 561 employees of large financial service company. Where employees perceive support for competency development initiatives exist, their sense of employability and marketability also rises. Their perception of their own employability and marketability are indicators of subjective career success .If employees are supported professionally by management in their initiative to improve their professional credentials their sense of career satisfaction also rises.
For project manager it is necessary to have problem solving skill, know how to differentiate the source of problem, identify the solution and make the decision (Odusami, 2002). • Team Building. As a project manager or leader, he or she must engage in team building skills as necessary for achieve the objective of project. Every decision made by the project manager should let the subordinates know and sharing the knowledge between the team (Raiden, Dainty and Neale, 2004). • Conflict Resolution.
In addition, you need to be adaptable and continually evaluate what worked and what didn’t in order to make changes to training programs. For corporate training you must be willing to continuously strengthen your own industry-specific skills to ensure that your training approaches remains up to date. Finally, good organizational skills along with a positive attitude are a great help, as is proficiency in using e-learning
This is to improve profitability and market position. There are several aspects that need to be examined to carry out research. First of all, the information systems are now handled by four independent systems of accounting, staff salaries, and financial planning in a spreadsheet and word processing system. Moreover, the information technology system only handles the internal information computing functions of the company, which can not effectively lead the company to lead more effectively and help more people understand the company. To enhance the market position.
INTRODUCTION URBAN LAND USED SYSTEM Urban land use system means the system which manages the land area in urban cities. The land in urban areas should plan very well to mitigate the issues that arise in the future. Planning of buildings, roads, highways, rail ways, ports, stations and flyovers has to be planned under this system. It is very important to plan the urban land properly by placing the infrastructures in the proper places because wrong management plans will creates huge cost for the economy. TRANSPORTATION Transportation means moving goods or people from one place to another place.
You don’t have a regular home, your husband is roaming about somewhere for work, your children grow up anyhow, you cannot think of anything beyond tomorrow.” -Sita Devi, EktaParishad activist. What are Land Reforms? “Land reform is the redistribution of land from those who have excess of land to those who have none, with the objective of increasing the income and bargaining power of the rural poor.According to the United Nations publication, land reforms are measures concerning the reform of the land tenure only. All other measures are included in “agricultural reorganization”. Lipton considers, Land Reforms as those reforms in land tenure which improve income distribution among the persons affected by these measures”.
Land-use planning comes in the process of organising, managing, and regulating the use of lands and their resources to meet the socio-economic development of the country whilst safeguarding the environment. Land-use planning is used to meet people’s needs in the most efficient and sustainable way while taking into account the land’s natural capacities. Land-use planning is essential in physical environmental management and biodiversity conservation. Impacts due to poor land use are regularly highlighted in the media: river pollution, conflicts of land use such as the citing of housing projects adjacent to landfills - the list goes on. As more competing uses for land and its resources arise, conflict often follows.