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Title: Management styles and work performance in Dopier Copier Motor Organization in Kitale Municipality of Kenya
Authors: Simiyu, Kakai Robert
Keywords: Management styles
Work performance
Dopier Copier Motor Organization
Kitale Municipality
Issue Date: Sep-2006
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The study was about Management style and employees of Dopier Copier Motor organization in Kenya. The study was Kitale municipality. Managers and employees were selected within the organization as the sample population. Sixty-two respondents were selected to answer the research questions. The research design employed was descriptive correlation method, which determined the Management style and employees Work Performance in Dopier Copier Motor organization. Issues and characteristics of people were described while looking into relationship between two variables. A purposive sampling technique was employed in identification of individual respondents. It is so because the researcher comes up with his / her own judgment about which respondents to choose and picks those who best meet the purpose of the study. The study was based on both primary and secondary data. The primary data obtained was grouped into qualitative and quantitative sections for a thorough analysis. Data was collected by use of questionnaire techniques. Simple statistical tools were employed for data processing. The conducted study is in line with the formulated research questions, objectives and the scope of the study. According to the findings employees reported that managers provided workshops and feedback to the performance, education assistance, equitable pay, freedom was not fully given, promotion was on merit, policies were formulated, Management style employed was human relation, and three managerial levels of management, managers were decision makers and did selection and development of employees, and responsible for their work. For the improvement of the study, recommendations and areas of further research have been also considered and pin pointed in the study. The study therefore, suggests that human relation management style was the best for increasing employees work performance in the organization
Description: A thesis presented to the School of Postgraduate Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master of Arts in Development Administration and Management of Kampala International University
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