Challenges of Implementing the Kenya Vision 2030
This study report presents findings on the challenges faced by the government of Kenya in implementing the vision 2030 strategy and the responses by the government of Kenya to these challenges. The data was obtained from senior management of vision 2030 secretariat and senior officials of the ministry of planning and vision 2030 delivery. The analysis was done using content analysis. The findings indicated that the government of Kenya has faced several challenges in implementing the vision 2030 strategy. Key areas of challenges are leadership which the study shows lack commitment and agreement of common goal among the leaders steering the vision 2030 blueprint strategy. Organizational culture was found to be a challenge because it leads to resistance to change among the people who are charged with implementation of vision 2030 strategy. The study also established resource mobilization as a challenge, because of high cost of capital and low savings trend in the country. The study also revealed that there are three types of resources that have posed a challenge that is, financial, physical and human. Also, established from the study was the fact that flagship project management has posed a challenge because of lack of public - private partnership whichwas expected to play a key role in resource mobilization, limited resources, inadequate communication among stakeholders and limited human resource skills in the civil service. Finally the study also revealed that the government of Kenya does not have in place reward and support systems to motivate personnel who are involved in one way or another in achieving the implementation of vision 2030 strategy.
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