LOGISTICS CONTROL AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE CASE STUDY OF UGANDA BAA TI

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ABSTRACT

This study examined logistics control as being the independent variable and organizational

pe1:formance as the dependent variable. The study also looked at the effect of organizational

culture and fimds as the intervening variable on the relationship between logistics control and

organizational pe1:formance. The specific objectives of the study were to examine the impact of

ordering process on organizational pe1:for111ance, to find out the impact of warehousing on

organizational pe1:formance and to establish the impact of transportation on organizational

pe,:formance. The study used descriptive correlation quantitative design research designs. 77w

target population for this study was the employees and administrators of Uganda Baati Limited

Wakiso. J1 semi- structured questionnaire was administered and hand delivery. Secondary data

was obtained J,-0111 both published and unpublished records. The questionnaire was tested for

validity and reliability. The technique used to analyze data is SPSS software program and data

analysis will be conducted 011 respondents in two perspectives, which is descriptive and

inferential data analysis. The study found that transport control: warehouse control; and order

process control were individually predictors of.firm pe,.formance with warehouse control being

the most significant predictor. 77ie results support the current theories related to the study.

Consequently, this study provides firms managers with insights of how firms can develop a

competitive edge through the implementation of logistics control. 771is study ther~fore,

recommends thatfc,ctors associated with logistics control need lo be considered by.firms in their

performance strategic plans as they have significant impact on pe,jormance. Further, the

government should provide incentives to information .1ystems associated with logistics control

since they have direct impact on .firm pe,jormance such as tax rebate on logistics i11fon11ation

.1yste111s. The study concludes that logistics control has the potential of positively 

organizational pe1.for111ance in terms of cost reduction. timely delivery, reduced lead time,

demand realization, increased market share. quality products and customer service satisfaction

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