Analysis of teamwork as a leadership tool of Performance case study: Ozuu Brothers Enterprise, Arua District.

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management Sciences
The research was concluded in ozuu brother enterprises in Arua district under the topic analysis of team work as a leadership tool of performance However, there seem to be evidence that team work spirit presents a lot of challenges for individual workers managers as well as organization. This research there fore seeks to investigate personal and organizational challenges presented by teamwork spirit. The main objectives of the research were to find out the challenges of team work as a leadership tool of performance, to find the comparative advantage of team work over other types of leadership tool in BUZ enterprise and to find out how organization cope up with the challenges of team work. A systematic sampling design was used in selecting t\he sample from the target population. The sample size comprised of 60 respondents of which 3 8 were the staff members of the organization and 22 were customers of the organization. different age group, nature and education background were also taken into consideration in order to come up with realistic design. Result shows that team work in ozuu brothers enterprises is associated with both the benefit and challenge among these included, improve return on investment, motivation and commitment, hard working and better performance, improved quality among others and limited communication channel, kick of self motivation repetitively. The researcher came up with the conclusion that team work has both benefits and challenges such as increase on return among others as well as limited communication and lack of self motivation as the challenges .. Recommendations have been reached by the researcher among them include, the techniques of evaluating some winning attitudes, applying performance management to group members among others
A dissertation presented to the Faculty of Business and Management in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration of Kampala International University.
Teamwork, Leadership, Performance, Analysis, Arua District