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Solaja Oludele     University Educator/Researcher 
Department of Sociology, Olabisi Onabanjo Univesity, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria
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Solaja Oludele published an article in June 2017.
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0 Entrepreneurship, Green practices, Environmental Sustainability, Waste management, Recycling and Sustainable Development
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PREPRINT 6 Reads 0 Citations Reconnoitering the Nexus between Development and Sustainable Development Solaja Oludele, Oludele Solaja, Bright Obatunde Published: 08 June 2017
SOCIAL SCIENCES, doi: 10.20944/preprints201706.0042.v1
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Development and sustainable development are two concepts gaining the attention of scholars, historians and policy makers in recent times. This is because they represent what people and societies across the world today sincerely desired. Every human being or human society deserve improvement in quality of livelihood, health care system, access to food, housing, security, clothing and many other indices of development in a sustainable manner. Based on this momentum, this paper examines the nexus between development and sustainable development. The paper is divided into four sections. The first section spots the conceptual issue woven around the term development as well as sustainable development in literature. The second section clarifies the two concepts (development and sustainable development) and the main perspectives on development were discussed. It also identifies the common and distinctive features between the concept of development and sustainable development. The third section then presents a conceptual framework of analysis on the nexus of between development and sustainable development. Finally, the paper concludes that the duos (development and sustainable development) are two-side of a coin and they complement each other. This is due to the fact that development is people oriented hence it must be sustainable so as to ensure that the advancement of current generation does not deny future generation the opportunity to develop.
Article 6 Reads 0 Citations Socio-ecologies of solid waste in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria Adekanbi Omodehin, Bamidele Badejo, Solaja Oludele Published: 01 January 2017
Reciklaza i odrzivi razvoj, doi: 10.5937/ror1701001s
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Article 9 Reads 3 Citations Exploring the relationship between leadership communication style, personality trait and organizational productivity Idowu Elijah Faremi, James Ekundayo Adesina, Solaja Oludele Published: 01 January 2016
Serbian Journal of Management, doi: 10.5937/sjm11-8480
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In organizational research and practice, prolific communication is significantly linked with quality leadership traits. Leadership quality helps in mitigating the failure of an organization to survive the increasing business challenges that may result in waste of resources, talents and potentials needed for achieving optimal organizational productivity. However, an examination of academic literatures reveal that corporate leaders are often faced with the challenge of how to move smoothly between different communication styles to communicate clearly articulating ideas and knowledge to employee's whenever the occasion demands which hinders organizational productivity. Against this background, this study explores the relationship between leadership communication style, personality trait and organizational productivity. The study utilized cross-sectional survey method. Participants were 112 academic staff of University of Lagos, Nigeria who was selected through multi-stage sampling techniques. Data were collected through structured questionnaire and personal observation. Results show that there exists a connection between leadership communication style and personality trait. Also, the finding revealed that leadership communication style determines organization productivity. More so, the finding established that personality traits and communication styles have combine effect on organizational productivity. Conclusively, the findings were discussed with reference to relevant empirical literatures with recommendations for management of organizations both for practice and future research highlighted.