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The effects of organization development interventions [ODI] on the workers performance in the co-operative college of kenya

Author: 
Esther Njoki Gicheru
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

This study is an analytical descriptive research study to assess the attainment of peak performance of the Co-operative College of Kenya. The study aimed to achieve the degree of effectiveness of the interventions in ensuring that the organization works towards the employee profiles in the areas of commitment, confidence, competence, working conditions and communication and to determine the behavioral changes among the leadership and the employees after conducting the interventions to improve the overall performance of the Co-operative College of Kenya. The theoretical framework of this study is based on Kurt Lewin’s Field Theory as expounded by Dessler (1980). The pre and post intervention instrument is a questionnaire which is an adaptation of the tool developed by Ken Hultman (2003). Fifty eight employees of Co-operative College were asked to rate themselves through the pre-intervention survey, on how well they performed on fifteen categories of the areas of commitment, confidence, competence, working conditions and communication. The results formed the basis for conducting planned interventions in June 2008. During the period May to December 2008, the researcher worked with the staff of the College on various team building and other group activities to ensure consistency in addressing the issues that emerged during the pre-intervention survey. In December 2008, a post intervention survey instrument was given again to the employees (using the same survey instrument as the pre intervention). The data from the pre intervention assessment and the post intervention evaluation were statistically treated using the means. The t-test was used for comparison of the pre and post intervention data for improvements significant at 0.05 levels. The results of the survey showed significant improvements in the obtained t-value from the difference of the pre and post assessment, which means that the intervention offered were successful. The analysis of the pre intervention assessment and post test intervention evaluation data were statically significant therefore the organization development interventions were successful in improving the workers’ performance of the Co-operative College of Kenya. The results recommend that further intervention activities will be conducted to sustain the continued improved performance of the workers to attain optimal (peak) performance.

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