Kimathi Munyambu

PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY OF EAST AFRICA

Prof. Nemwel Bosire

PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY OF EAST AFRICA

CITATION: : Munyambu K. & Bosire N. (November 2018). The effects of operational strategy implementation on the organizational performance of administration police in Kenya. International Journal of Economics and Finance (IJEF) Issue No XI, Volume 4, pp 246-269.

ABSTRACT

This study aimed at establishing the effects of operational strategy implementation on the organizational performance of administration police in Kenya. The study intended to establish whether leadership styles, communication systems, organizational culture and organizational structure affects the organizational performance of administration police in Kenya. The study was based on stakeholder theory, resource-based theory, closed loop management system theory and open systems theory. A research design involving quantitative and qualitative designs was used to obtain information from 28 directorates and chief commanders drawn from the total population of 54 in Kenya. A self-administered questionnaire was then used to collect data from 28 respondents who were senior managers of administration police. Data was analyzed using SPSS and summary statistics such mean scores, variances, standard deviation and inferential statistics namely regression results which were used to present the data. The results provided statistical evidence that a positive and significant effect exists between operational strategy implementation and performance of the administration police. All the variables tested in this study were found to be significant and had a positive effect on the performance of administration police in Kenya. The the finding of this research supports the research question thus any administration police manager, directorates and chief commanders aiming to achieve organizational performance should pay close attention to all these operational strategy implementations. The study concludes that the top managers must demonstrate their willingness to give energy and loyalty to the implementation process for it to succeed.

Keywords: :performance, leadership, communication, organizational culture and organizational structure.
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