EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING AND ORGANISATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY. CASE OF HUMAN RIGHT INITIATIVE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION i

APPROVAL ii

DEDICATION iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iv

ABSTRACT v

TABLE OF CONTENTS vii

LIST OF TABLES xi

LIST OF FIGURES xii

CI-IAPTER ONE 1

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background of the study 1

1.2 Statement of the Problem 4

1.3 purpose of the study 4

1.3.1 Specific Objectives of thç study 5

1.4 Research Questions 5

1.5 Scope of the study 5

1.5.1 Content Scope 5

1.5.2 Geographical Scope 5

1,5.3 Time Scope 5

1.6 Significance of the study 6

1.7 Definition of the key terms 6

VII

CII.i~.P’I’Ii~1~.. 1I1~~7O .8

LITERATURE REVIEW .8

2.0 Introduction 8

2.1 Conceptual Framework 8

2.2 Review of Related Literature 9

2.2.1 Effect of Employee Participation in decision making on productivity 9

2.2.2 Challenges of Employee Participation in decision making 13

2.2.3 Measures to the challenges of employee participation in decision making 17

2.3 Related Studies 19

CHAPTER THREE 23

METHODOLOGY 23

3.0 Introduction 23

3.1 Research Design 23

3.2 Study Population 23

3.3 Sample size 23

3.4 Research procedures 24

3.5 Sources ofData 24

3.5.1 Primary data 24

3.5.2 Secondary data 24

3.6 Data collection: methods, tools and techniques 25

3.6.1 Structured questionnaires 25

3.6.2 Interviews 25

3.6.3 Focus group discussions 25

3.7 Data processing analysis and presentation 26

3.7.1 Qualitative data; 26

3.7.2 Quantitative data; 26

VIII

3.8 Ethical consideration .26

CHAPTER FOUR 27

DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION 27

4.0 Introduction 27

4.1 Background characteristics of respondents 27

4.1.1 Gender of respondents 27

4.1.2 Age of respondents 28

4.1.3 Education levels of the respondents 28

4.1.4 Marital status of the respondents 29

4.1.5 Designation of respondents 30

4.2 The effect of employee participation in decision making 30

4.3 Challenges of employee participation in decision making 31

4.4 The solutions to the challenges of employee participation in decision making 32

CHAPTER FIVF 34

DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 34

5.0 Introduction 34

5.1 Discussion of findings 34

5.1.1 Effect of employee participation in decision making 34

5.1.2 Measures to the challenges of employee participation in decision making to improve

productivity 35

5.2 Conclusion of the study 36

5.3 Recommendations 37

5.5 Suggested areas for future study 37

5.6 Limitations 37

REFERENCES; 38

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APPENDICES .40

APPENDIX I: QUESTIONNAIRE FOR EMPLOYEES 40

ABSTRACT

The study established the relation between employee participation in decision making and organizational productivity at the Foundation for Human rights initiative located in Nsambya, Kampala district. In this case, the researcher addressed the problems that are encountered by employees in making decisions and improving on organizational productivity. This was manifested and detailed in the following research objectives; to establish the effect of employee participation in decision making on the productivity of an institution or company, to investigate the challenges of employee participation in decision making in a company, and to find measures to the challenges of employee participation in decision making to improve productivity. Employee participation was construed as the process whereby employees are involved in decision making processes, rather than simply acting on orders whereas Organizational productivity was seen as a basic goal of management in a business environment because if the productivity of an organization is higher than that of its competitors, that organization survives better because higher productivity will result in higher profits, and more job opportunities. In methodology, the study used descriptive research approach on employee participation in decision making at the Foundation for human rights initiative in Kampala district, Uganda, specifically cross sectional survey design using both the quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection. The sample size was determined by use of Morgan and Krejcie (1970) table for determining sample size for a given population. In the case, the sample was derived from the given population of46 employees.

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