EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE At KCCA IN KAMPALA-UGANDA. A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY.
Keywords:Consultations, KCCA, Performance
The main aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between employee participation in decision-making and the performance of organizations. The objectives of the study were; to examine the influence of consultative participation in decision-making on performance.
The study adopted both descriptive and correlational survey research designs based on a quantitative method of data. The study population was 132 out of which a sample of 118 respondents was selected as the study sample and it was randomly selected. Questionnaires and interviews were used as data collection methods.
The results of the study revealed a strong positive and significant correlation between consultative decision-making and performance (r= 0.651, p=0.000).
The findings of the study indicated that consultations within organizations are the most required strategy of decision-making within public institutions like KCCA in Uganda.
The study recommends that KCCA should focus on improving the working schedules to make them more flexible as this increases the commitment of employees.
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