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Empirical Evidence of Organizational Strategy and the Performance of Faith-Based Organizations

Empirical Evidence of Organizational Strategy and the Performance of Faith-Based Organizations
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Author(s): Fred Peter (Landmark University, Nigeria), Emmanue Adeiemi (Landmark University, Nigeria), Joy Ajibade (Landmark University, Nigeria), Adeshola Peter (Landmark University, Nigeria), Sunday Eze (Landmark University, Nigeria) and Decster Lydia (Landmark University, Nigeria)
Copyright: 2021
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 16
Source title: International Journal of Business Strategy and Automation (IJBSA)
Editor(s)-in-Chief: José Poças Rascão (Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal, Portugal)
DOI: 10.4018/IJBSA.20210101.oa4

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Abstract

Effective implementation of organisational strategy is considered a major tool for facilitating firm performance and global competitiveness. However, most academic discussions and debates in existing literature have limited the discourse of strategy implementation in profit-oriented organisations, particularly in the Nigerian context. Therefore, this study explored the impact of the constructs of organisational strategy and performance of a faith-based organisations. A survey of 297 respondants constitute the population for this study. The research study is descriptive in nature, and it adopted a mixed method research design. A simple regression analysis was utilized for the analysis of the completed questionnaire. Also, thematic analysis was used to analyse the qualitative interview. The result shows that personality of the employees significantly influences member satisfaction. Therefore, this study recommends that faith-based organisations must ensure that their organisations consistently provide training for employees in order accommodate people irrespective of their peculiarities.

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