Innovation Culture and Performance of the Judiciary in Nyeri County, Kenya
Njugi, George kigamba
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Culture in the organization entails a grand total of important visions, values, perspectives, modes and standards of behavior that characterize an organization. As a management tool, organizational culture can achieve success, efficiency, work ethic, high outputs. Performance of the firm is based on how well the resources are organized by the managers. The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of innovation culture affect performance of the judiciary in Nyeri County. This research methodology was description method. The variables in the study were based on institutional theory. The target population of the study was 120 respondents who were composed of the staff working in Nyeri Law Court, Karatina Law Court, Mukurweini Law Court and Othaya Law Court. Sample size of 96 respondents was reached at after stratified random samplings. Data was analyzed by the use of descriptive statistic using SPSS package and presented using tables and figures. The study found that Nyeri Courts encourages citizen in the County in sharing ideas related to processing of information the measures that were necessary in ensuring efficiency and effectiveness is maintained in Nyeri Law Courts. The results indicated that majority of the employees in the court were allowed to have ideas that will enable easier processing of data in Nyeri law Courts. The study concludes that there was a strong positive relationship between innovative culture and judiciary performance.