Organizational factors affecting academic staff at Fisheries Training Institute, Entebbe in Uganda
Oumo, Joseph Odongo
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The study set out to examine Organizational factors affecting the performance of academic staff at Fisheries Training Institute, Entebbe in Uganda. It was carried out along a number of objectives which included: establishing the relationship between leadership style and academic staff performance, assessing the relationship between organizational culture and academic staff performance, establishing the relationship between organizational structure and academic staff performance. The study employed a descriptive survey research design which helped in involving a large number of people and comparing their opinions and data was collected from a sample of 92 respondents. The results were analysed with the help of Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS) computer program, which helped in the computation of responses into frequencies and percentages that were used for comparison of situations. The research hypotheses were tested with the use of a Pearson Correlation Analysis because of the nature of the hypotheses as they mainly aimed at testing relationships. The findings indicate that there is a positive relationship between leadership style and the academic staff performance, organizational culture have significant positive relationship with academic staff performance and organizational structure have positive significant relationship with academic staff performance. The study recommends that, the administration of FTI needs to reassign activities to the respective employees such that the workload on individuals is reduced, The administration at FTI needs to organize seminars on positive work attitude and administration of FTI should put in place measure that would see students contribute to decision making process.