Evaluating the Correlates of Diversification at Zambia Law Development Commission in the Tenacity of Revenue Increase

Douglas Lungu, Windu Matoka, Edwin Bbekele


The study evaluated the correlates of diversification for the Zambia Law Development Commission. A positivism research design was employed supported by quantitative and qualitative data collection approach. The sample size comprised of 33 respondents. The study was a census based one and purposive sampling was used to select the participants while data was collected through use of questionnaires and interviews. Thematic analysis and a statistical package of SPSS 22.0 was used to analyse the data collected. The Findings reviewed that Staff demonstrated moderate intention to diversify, the correlates of constraints to business of diversification show a weak to moderate correlate and that while the Commission has intentions to embark on related diversification than unrelated diversification, four constraints are prominent and these are value, money, people and clientele related. By employing the Theory of Constraints, this study has added various nuances and textures to eliciting diversification and constraints in a public institution. Should the Commission desire to increase its revenue and be sustainable, it would be ideal to employ the theory of constraints.

Keywords: Innovation, diversification, sustainability and performance

DOI: 10.7176/PPAR/12-6-02

Publication date:August 31st 2022

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ISSN (Paper)2224-5731 ISSN (Online)2225-0972

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