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This theoretical paper traces the reasons for the slow development of 'home-grown' management principles and practices in Nigeria to the effects of the internal conflicts that were generated by the policies of colonialism up to the mid-20 th century. It argues that these conflicts had negatively affected the attitude of the local people within the social, economic and political institutions of society. As a way forward, it proposes that emphasis should now be focused by management scholars ondoi:10.5539/ijbm.v5n8p65 fatcat:wxpsm2jz2faahbuhocrmdli5sy