Strategy Implementation on Organisation Performance: A Case of Public Secondary Schools Nyamira County, Kenya.
Luhangala, Hellen Mabese
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Strategic plans implementation is a major concern in most organizations. There are few organizations that have successfully implanted strategies which have created competitive advantage in their respective organizations. Past studies have highlighted that superb strategies have been in black and white but appallingly very little has been successfully implemented. Despite of impressive strategic plans most schools are not able to implement the strategic plans successfully. The current study made an attempt to investigate the factors which determine successful implantation of strategic plans in public school in particular Nyamira County. The study endeavored to establish the effects of leadership style, school structures and resource allocation in successful implementation of the strategy on performance of public secondary school a case of Nyamira County. The study was anchored in, resource dependency theory that underscores how resources of organizations affect the behavior. The study was based on the stakeholder theory. The researcher used descriptive research design. The study established that organizational structure and top leadership influence influences implementation of strategy in public secondary schools in Nyamira County. It is recommended that the school leadership management need to establish an organizational structure that promotes the successful strategy implementation. It is advised that the leadership style adopted by the management should emphasize team work and cooperation which are essential components in strategy implementation in public secondary schools. It is recommended the government to provide adequate resources to enable public secondary schools in effective strategy implementation.