Impact Appraisal of Organizational Culture on Employee’S Performance

Nyameh Jerome


The study examined the impact of organizational culture on the employee’s performance using a nongovernmental organization in Nigeria (NGO) community based support project CUBS by MSH/Africare  as the case study, the choice of the case study was necessitated by the lacunae created in the by the several study on this topic using an Ngos. To ascertain empirical the effects of organizational culture on employee’s performance, two hypotheses were advanced;

.The hypotheses were tested and the computed correlation coefficient r is 0.979 at the 0.01 level of significance, which is a very significant outcome. Thus H1 is accepted; in other words, there is a positive and significant relationship between organizational culture and employee’s performance in the CUBS project, Nigeria.

In addition to correlation analysis, regression analysis was also done to further show the impact of organizational culture on employee’s performance, the result  indicates that organizational culture has a significant impact on employee’s performance (F=41.367, p <0.05). The table also shows that organizational culture has a simple regression (R) of 0.709 with employee’s performance and accounted for 50.2% of the total variance in employee performance (R2 = 0.502). The unaccounted variance (49.8%) in the model shows that there are other factors that impact on employee performance not explored in the present study. The results indicate that organizational culture is a predictor of employee performance. Therefore in conclusion, H1 is accepted

Keywords; Organizational Culture and Employee’s performance

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