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Title: Organizational culture and employee’s performance in selected private secondary schools in Mogadishu Somalia
Authors: Ahmed, Saney
Keywords: Culture
Issue Date: Nov-2014
Publisher: Kampala International University,College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: This study was carried out to investigate the relationship between organisational culture and performance of employees in private secondary schools Mogadishu. The study was guided by three objectives as follows; to determine the level of organisational Culture in private secondary schools; to determine the level of employees performance in private secondary schools in Mogadishu; and finally to determine if there is a significant relationship between the level organizational culture and performance of employees of Private secondary schools in Mogadishu Somalia. The study applied a descriptive and correlational research design to obtain the required information and pertaining data where the target population of the study was 184 from which 126 respondents were selected to receive the pertaining information. The study revealed that there is a strong relationship between organizational culture and employees’ performance in private secondary schools in Mogadishu Somalia. It was revealed that the adoption of culture of the organisation is helpful for the employees to pursue their work efficiently and effectively provided there is a strong positive support from leadership, communication, decision making and employee and employers loyalty. In regard to the findings, the researcher recommended that performance systems in schools should be established to reward teacher’s behaviors that are consistent with the organization’s culture, collective decision making on matters pertaining school improvement should be focused on to allow employees ideas and opinions be heard and also respect and finally, private secondary schools should train both staff and managers to learn how to communicate effectively
Description: A thesis submitted to the college of higher degrees and research in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of Masters Degree in Project Planning and Management of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Masters of Arts in Project Planning and Management

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