Time Management and Organizational Perfomance: A Case of Kabale District Local Government
Kabale District Local Government (KDLG) faces a number of problems and challenges centering on inefficiencies in its time management. These could be due to lack of Job security and poor working conditions of employees manifested by lack of adequate maintenance of human resource policy, lack of proper structuring of the organization which is required to have a new trend that would enhance its efficiency and make it feasible, poor team building and lack of self- discipline. CAO report (2016). The study was about time management and organizational performance.: A case of Kabale District Local Government. The objectives of the study were: to examine the effect of time planning and scheduling and organizational performance; To assess the effect of time attitude on organizational performance at Kabale District Local Government; the effect of team building on organizational performance at Kabale District Local Government. The study used a cross- sectional research design with both quantitative and qualitative research approaches. A sample size of 118 respondents participated in the study. Findings of the study revealed that use of good time plans and schedules was found with a significant positive effect on the organizational performance at Kabale District Local Government, as indicated by (p=0.031<0.05). findings also revealed that time attitude was found with a significant effect on performance of Kabale District Local Government, as indicated by (p=0.015<0.05). Findings further revealed that team building was found with a significant effect on the performance of Kabale District Local Government, as confirmed by (p=0.021<0.05). The study concluded that time management was satisfactory at Kabale District Local Government and it had direct link to the organizational performance because, the majority of the respondents to a larger extent understand and implement time management although to a smaller extent there are still challenges that limit the implementation of time management policies in organizations which hinder organizational performance.
A Dissertation Submitted to the Directorate of Postgraduate Training in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management of Kabale University
Time Management , Organizational Perfomance