Effect of Strategy Execution on Performance of Parliamentary Service Commission of Kenya
Espirah, Joel Omuyoyi
Murigi, Elishiba Muthoni
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The centrality of effective execution of processes has been an area of emphasis since pre-industrial revolution. Effectively executed organisational processes have a positive influence on overall performance. Although modern organizations do come up with good strategic plans, majority of them experience challenges in successful execution of their plans. The study sought to establish the relationship effective strategy execution and performance of the Parliamentary Service Commission of Kenya. The target population was a total of 71 employees/staff from Parliamentary Service Commission offices situated in Nairobi. The research design that was adopted for this study was descriptive research design. Data collected was analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). Linear regression model was used to establish the relationship between the independent variables and the dependent variable and the strength upon which the independent variables affect the dependent variable. Effective strategy execution was found to have a positive and strong correlation with performance (r=0.739; p=0.016). A statistically significant relationship was found, leading to rejection of the null hypothesis (p=0.00; p<0.05). It was recommended that further studies should be done on other factors not studied herein that can affect performance in various sectors.