THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATION RESOURCES AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT IN UGANDA
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Author(s): Dr. Teopista Nalule Kyamanywa

Uganda has experienced political turmoil since the mid 60s, (1966/67), which has resulted in persistent poor public employee performance. Reforms introduced by the Ugandan Government to improve em plo yee performance have not borne fruit. Data collected from a stratified random sample of 517 participants (2006 - 2009), was analyzed using Mann-Whitney Test to test the mean difference between Kampala City Council and the Ministry of Education and Sports. Pearson chi-square tested the relationship between performance management practices and employee performance. Results revealed a positive relationship between organization resources and employee performance. Another positive relationship between performance measurement and employee performance was also revealed. The results indicate that the Central Government Ministry employees perform better than Local Government workers. Results also indicated that the factors other than performance management practices (organization resources and performance measurement) had greater influence on employee performance. Keywords: Public Sector organizations, Performance Management, Best Management Practices, Organization Resources, performance measurement and Results Oriented Managemen

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