ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED BANKS IN ANAMBRA STATE

Bunmi Oluwarantimi Meduoye, Olamide Mofolusho Meduoye

Abstract


Organisational culture and employee performance in chosen Banks in Anambra state is the title of this research. The researcher attempted to establish how organisational culture (supportive, bureaucratic, innovative and power culture) positively influence employee performance in deposit money banks (DMBs) represented in Anambra State. Expectancy theory and functional theory of labour welfare were adopted as our theoretical framework. Survey method was used as the design for the study. For the study, questionnaire was designed to extract responses from six-hundred and nine (609) staff of ten foremost deposit money banks (DMBs) in Awka, Onitsha and Nnewi metropolis in Anambra State. Regression analysis method was used to analyse and test hypotheses using SPSS. Based on the analyses, it was observed that supportive culture, bureaucratic culture, innovative culture, and power culture have positive significant influence on employee performance. From the findings, it was concluded that organisational culture has positive influence on employee performance and recommended very strongly, that Banks clearly establish and enforce their organisational culture, at the corporate level (bank-wide), in their system to achieve corporate sustainability.


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