Assessment of RBM in the public state department of public service in Kenya.
Mwendwa, Jane A
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Results Based Management (RBM) approach is a key integrative strategy and tool, connecting employees’ goals and responsibilities to the objectives of the organization, and merging major interventions such as rewards, appraisal and general delivery of service and organizational performance thereby facilitating strategic fit. The general objective of the study is to assess the RBM implementation in the Kenyan Public institutions and establish the challenges experienced at the Kenyan Public Service when implementing RBM. The study used primary data collected from public service employee using open ended questionnaire and used descriptive statistics to analyze it. Using SPSS statistics data editor, the data was manipulated for ease of interpretation. The key findings of the study indicated that individual factors, government policy, organizational culture and top management effectiveness have significant and strong effect on RBM in the Kenya Public Service. Study recommends that state organizations ought to ensure that they have support mechanisms which ensures the implementation of RBM such as internal processes and activities which will support and guide effective implementation, application, performance measurement of management systems. It also ought to create a culture, come up with more effective strategies that support the implementation of RBM systems by embracing an administrative culture.
University of Nairobi
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