Stakeholder involvement, project ethical climate, commitment to the project and performance of poverty eradication projects in Uganda: a study of NAADS Projects in Mukono District
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The purpose of the study was to establish the relationship between stakeholder involvement, project Ethical Climate, Commitment to the Project and Performance of Poverty Eradication Projects in Uganda. The study adopted a cross sectional and quantitative survey design. Correlational and regressional designs were adopted to explain the relationships between the variables of study and the extent to which the independent variables explain the dependent variable. The study sample consisted of 323 NAADS projects undertaken in the 28 sub-counties of Mukono district. The data was tested for reliability, analyzed using SPSS and results presented based on the study objectives. The results from the study revealed that there is a positive and significant relationship between stakeholder involvement and performance of poverty eradication projects, stakeholder involvement and commitment to the project, stakeholder involvement and project ethical climate, Project Ethical Climate and Performance of Poverty Eradication Projects, Project Ethical Climate and Commitment to the Project and between Commitment to the Project and Performance of Poverty Eradication Projects. In addition, stakeholder involvement was found to be a better predictor of performance of poverty eradication projects than project ethical climate and commitment to the project. This implies that to improve performance of poverty eradication project, emphasis should be put on ensuring that stakeholders are highly involved in the projects activities. The study therefore recommended project managers to encourage teamwork among stakeholders, efficient and effective ways of doing work in order to increase stakeholder involvement which eventually improves performance of the projects.
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