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WORK ENVIRONMENT AND LECTURER PRODUCTIVITY IN A COLLEGE IN MAKERERE UNIVERSITY: AN INTERPRETIVE STUDY

TitleWORK ENVIRONMENT AND LECTURER PRODUCTIVITY IN A COLLEGE IN MAKERERE UNIVERSITY: AN INTERPRETIVE STUDY
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsLunyolo, O, Bakkabulindi, FEK
JournalKampala International University Research Journal
Volume6
Issue2
Date PublishedJuly 2017
Abstract

In this study we explored how the work environment related with lecturer productivity in a college in Makerere University. We operationalized the work environment in terms of rewards, resources and performance feedback while we took lecturer productivity to refer to teaching and research. We adopted an interpretive approach, involving the interview of ten lecturers, whose responses we analysed thematically. Our findings revealed that rewards, resources and performance feedback given to the lecturers were inadequate and therefore an obstacle to their productivity. This made us to recommend that the lecturers be given adequate rewards and resources in addition to getting regular feedbacks on their performances as a way of enhancing their productivity.

URLhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Taiwo_Azeez2/publication/318929280_Effect_of_Corporate_Governance_on_Going_Concern_in_the_Nigerian_Petroleum_Marketing_Industry_pages_62-74/links/598607110f7e9b6c85349164/Effect-of-Corporate-Governance-on-Going-Concern