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dc.contributor.authorMwangi, Rosemary
dc.description.abstractMost of ICT projects that fail are partly as a result of poor planning that emanates from poor e-readiness assessments to detained specific requirements of the project before any steps of adopting the same. It is against this that the study aimed to assess e-readiness of a constitutional office guided by the following research objectives: to identify the key drivers that need to be addressed in order to achieve the highest level of e-readiness, assess perceptions of the management and staff on the use of ICT in the organization, to propose an integrated e- readiness assessment model and use it to assess e-readiness in the organization. The study used descriptive research design. The target and population of interest were the organizational management, staff at the headquarters and at the county offices in all 47 counties. The study population was small and census was appropriate. The research instrument used for gathering information from the respondent was questionnaire; it had both open and closed questions. The data was analyzed by checking the completeness and consistency of data from the questionnaire. Quantitative data was obtained by means of questionnaires guided by the items contained in proposed e-readiness model. Multiple regression analysis was carried out to examine whether employees experience would predict perception towards e-readiness. Correlation analysis was also conducted to examine the correlation relationship between computer competence and perception. Data collected was checked for errors, coded and analyzed with the aid of the statistical procedure and service solution. The study findings concluded that the perception of the employees was that use of technology allow faster processing of data, overall leadership is crucial in the effective implementation of ICT in an organization, for e-readiness to take place, the organization must have the necessary infrastructure, then there is need for effective support and that use of technology is based on seminars and trainings attended. The study made the following recommendations; that all public institutions develop an E-readiness policy where they will be required to ensure that they are e-ready and that they can adopt future technologies easily. The policy will stipulate the actions that these organizations need to undertake if they are to be ready for technology use, regular surveys need to be conducted to rate the organizations in terms of how ready they are to adopt e-technologies. Each organization needs to ensure that it scores better than its previous score. This will ensure preparedness of the organization at all timesen_US
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dc.titleE-Readiness Assessment Of A Constitutional Officeen_US

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