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Organizational effectiveness

Organizational Conflict and Employee Job Performance: A Case Study of Akwa Ibom State University (Published)

This study investigated organizational conflict and Employee job performance in Akwa Ibom State University. Survey research design was adopted for the study.  Participants comprised 226 employees selected through the use of random sampling technique. Data were generated through the use of validated structured questionnaire. Descriptive and Pearson Product Moment Correlation Statistics were employed to analyze data collected from the respondents. The results of the empirical tests showed a significantly positive relationship between Causes of organizational conflict (goal differences, common resources, task interdependence and specialization) and employee job performance. Also, the result of the Pearson product Moment Correlation indicated that specialization displayed the highest significant positive correlation with organizational harmony. In addition, the study findings revealed that conflicts arose over multiple factors of organizational experiences based on economic and goal incompatibility orientations in the workplace. Union-management conflict was discovered as the most prevalent type of industrial conflict in the organization. The study concluded that conflict was an unavoidable phenomenon in organizational life and it could contribute to or detract from organizational performance depending on the conflict management methods adopted in the workplace. Moreso, the study recommend that management of Akwa Ibom State University should ensure a credible channels of communication and open discussion of conflict in work relation, must be encouraged with an attempt to avoid confrontation, competition and domination as conflict management strategies.

Keywords: Employee Job Performance, Organizational effectiveness, conflict management

Organizational Effectiveness in Media Industry: A Study of Public and Private Media Organizations in Anambra State, Eastern Nigeria (Biafra). (Published)

The study examined “organizational effectiveness in media industry: A study of public and private media organizations in Anambra State, Eastern Nigeria (Biafra)”. Data were collected with valid/reliable “Organizational Effectiveness Model Inventory”, through multi-stage sampling using 2×4 factorial designs. Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), and descriptive statistics were used. Results at p<.05 found no significant differences for organization type and overall organization effectiveness. Contrarily, between-subjects tests were significant for organization type and “goal attainment” and “strategic constituency” organizational effectiveness, but not significant for organization type and the “system resources” and “internal process” organizational effectiveness. Private media organizations accounted between 13% – 17% and 14% – 18% organizational effectiveness for “goal attainment” and “strategic constituency” dimensions respectively than public media organizations. Findings’ major implication is that ownership of media industry does not influence archived organizational effectiveness. Improvement is recommended on the “system resources” and “internal process” organizational effectiveness.

Keywords: Anambra State, Biafra, Eastern Nigeria, Media, Organizational effectiveness

Technology and the Influence of Corporate Culture on Organizational Electiveness: A Study of the Banking Industry in Nigeria (Review Completed - Accepted)

The study examined the effect of technology on the influence of corporate culture on organizational effectiveness in the Nigerian banking industry. A total of 388 managers were randomly drawn from a population of 13,339 managers of all the 24 banks in Nigeria. The instruments used for data collection were questionnaire and oral interview. A total of 320 copies of the questionnaire were retrieved and analyzed. Spearman’s Rank Correlation Statistical tool was used to test the hypotheses. The findings revealed that organizational technology is significantly related to the influence of corporate culture on organizational effectiveness. Based on these findings we concluded that organizational technology have significant effect on the influence corporate culture on organizational effectiveness. The study therefore recommends technology should be managed effectively to empower workers and improve the competitiveness of organizations

Keywords: Corporate culture, Organizational effectiveness, Words: Organizational Technology

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