Project Topic on THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ON JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS A CASE STUDY OF KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION

APPROVAL

DEDICATION Ii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iv

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS vi

ABSTRACT x

CHAPTER ONE~ INTRODUCTION 1

1.0. Introduction 1

1.1. Background of the Study 1

1.2. Statement of the Problem 3

1.3. The purpose of the study 4

1.4. Research Objectives 4

1.4.1 General Objective 4

1.4.2 Specific Objectives 4

1.5. Research Questions 4

1.6. The scope of the study 4

1.6. Significance of the Study 4

1.7. Definition of Operational terms 5

CHAPTER TWO~ REVIEW OF LITERATURE 6

Z.O. Introduction 6

~.1. Definition of the concept Human Resource Development 6

VI I

2.2 How to improve on HRD .7

2.3. Effects of Human Resource Development on job performance 11

2.4. Relationship between HRD and performance 12

2.5. Importance of HRD 13

2.6. Challenges facing human resource development programmes productivity

performance 15

2.7. Criticisms of the HRD 15

2.8 Job performance 17

CHAPTER THREE~ METHODOLOGY 19

3.0 Introduction 19

3.1 Study Design and Rationale 19

3.2 Study Population 19

3.3 Sample Size 19

3.4 Sampling Procedure 20

3.5 Research Instruments 20

3.6 Data Gathering Procedure 21

3.7. Data Sources 21

3.7.1 Primary data collection 21

3.7.2 Secondary data collection 21

3.8 Procedure 21

3.9 Ethical Considerations 22

3.10 Limitations of the Study 22

VIII

CHAPTER FOUR: PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

24

4.0 Introduction 24

4.1. Background characteristics of the respondents 24

4.1.2 Sex of the respondents 25

4.3 The challenges to Human Resource Development programmes at Kampala

International University 30

4.4 Relationships between Human Resource Development and Job Performance 33

4.5.1 Correlations 33

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION 35

S.1 DISCUSSION 35

5.1 Conclusion 38

5.2 Recommendations 39

5.4 Further areas of research 40

References 42

APPEN DICES 50

APPENDIX I: QUESTIONNAIRE 50


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