The impact of budgeting on organization performance: a case study of Juba City Council South Sudan

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management
The main purpose of this study was to investigate on the impact of budgeting and the performance of the organization. The study was guided by the following objectives 1. To examine the impact of budgeting in performance of organization 2. To identify the role of budgeting towards organization performance 3 . Establish the relationship between budgeting and organization performance 4. examine the ways of improving budgeting in JCC The study was carried out against the background that many organizations have continued to perform poorly despite management efforts to improve performance through training, recruitment, motivation, monitoring and evaluation. This was evidenced by low revenue collection and overspending compared to planned ones, overdependence of grants from the government, low morale and commitment of employees, and claims and rumors from customers in respect to poor services offered to them like corruption and bribes. The study focused 100 people from different departments of Juba City Council, but the researcher collected views from 80 respondents, as shown from table 1.0, it can be seen that the study covered 80% of targeted population and therefore this study covered 80% (a good representative sample) of the population to be relied on. Methods used, the researcher has used questionnaire, interviews and the library research on relevant materials. Data was analyzed using descriptive methods such as percentage distribution and frequency distribution. And findings are presented in tables and graphs interpreted, and discussed. Lastly the researcher recommended the following ways for improving budgeting, participatory management, proper follow up and monitoring of activities to take corrective action of deviations of the standard sited in the budget.
A Dissertation Submitted to the College of Economics and Management Sciences in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (Finance Option) of Kampala International University
Budgeting, Organization performance, Juba City Council, South Sudan