County governments in Kenya were inaugurated in the year 2013 to continuously find measures that can enable them raise standards of services through practicing appropriate performance practice to deliver quality services. It has been evident that County governments have been experiencing a myriad of problems that constrain their delivery. This study aimed at assessing the relationship between performance practice and quality service Delivery among Lake Region economic bloc counties governments in Kenya. This study was anchored on objective factor theory supported by expectancy and human capital theories. The study used an explanatory design. The target population was nine hundred and eighty-five officials. A sample size of 356 through Yamane‟s (1979) sample size formula at a 95% confidence level, p=0.5 formula. Stratified and simple random sampling was used. Data collection was through questionnaire. Results for the objective performance management was positively significant in relationship to quality service delivery. The study recommended that, County government should always create an adequate performance management framework that will effectively link the performance of County government departments to their development goals.
Citation: Gordon Odongo Olala, Geoffry Kimutai and Christopher Ngacho (2022) Assessing the Relationship Between Performance Management and Quality Service Delivery in Counties of the Lake Region Economic Bloc Kenya, Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.6, pp.1-14,