ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AT THE MINISTRY OF TOURISM, WILD LIFE AND ANTIQUITIES
KIZAALWA, SAMUEL ALFRED
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The study examined the relationship between Organizational Culture and Employee Performance in Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities (MTWA). The study intended to examine the relationship between organizational values; organizational beliefs, organizational practices and employee performance at the (MWTA). The study adopted a descriptive cross-sectional research design where both quantitative and qualitative approaches were used. In this study 103respondents were sampled and the total response was 68 making a response rate of 66%. Data was collected using questionnaires and interviews and analysis was done using descriptive statistics, regression analysis and correlation. Qualitative analysis was done using content analysis. Findings revealed that there is a positive significant relationship between organizational values (r=.452**), organizational beliefs (r=.639**), organizational practices (.358*) and employee performance at the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities. The study recommended that: the organization should strengthen the culture of training. There is need for dedicated training and increase capacity building to achieve institutional goals. Lack of morale to work is eating up the Ministry. A system that rewards high performance and discourages mediocre performance should be put in place. There is need to design policies that are employee friendly. Given the limited funding, government should increase funding to the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities. Performance feedback should be timely and continuous. Managers should be encouraged to engage in careful, systematic and professional planning and implementation of activities.