Human resource strategy and organizational development in selected private institutions in Mogadishu, Somalia

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Kampala International University. College of Economics & Management
The purpose of this study was to investigate human resource strategy and organizational development in selected private institutions in Mogadishu, Somalia. The study particularly sought to establish how human resource strategy influences, the organizational development of the target institutions. The study was prompted by the overwhelming employees’ attrition in most private institutions in Somalia. In gathering the information, the research study employed both primary and secondary sources, questionnaire. The primary source was mainly the distributed questionnaires, and the secondary sources were the library work and internet explorer. The study was used Descriptive correlation design the target population of the research was 134 and using simple random sampling sample of 100 respondents from three different private institutions. This study was guided four research questions such as 1) what is the demographic characteristics of respondents 2) what is the level of human resource strategy 3) what is the level of organizational development 3) 4)is there a significant relationship between the target variables. Tables were used in organizing the data, SPSS and software was the tool employed to analyze and interpreting the collected data. From the findings of the study, it was revealed that human resource strategy and organizational development up to extent influence each other. As the analysis of this research showed if the strategy are administrated well enough the organizational development would be affiance. During the analysis the researcher founded that mostly the managers in private train, motivate, communicate, delegate, monitor, compensate, appraise and evaluate the quality of their employees in order to develop their institutions. But still they need to improve some areas such as employee induction, career opportunities, personal development, fringe benefits and etc. for improving the quality and competency of their employees for the development of the institutions.
A thesis presented to the college of higher degrees and research Kampala International University Kampala, Uganda in Partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management
Human resource, Private institutions, Mogadishu, Somalia