Determinants Of Professional Associations Performance In Ethiopia

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Recognizing the performance factors in professional associations is crucial, in order to tacklernthe decline in professionalism and its detrimental effect on our economy and society. Hence,rnthe objective of this study is to examine whether certain Intra-organizational factors affectrnperformance of Ethiopian Professional Associations. As identified by literature the Intraorganizationalrnfactors are Management capacity, Program performance and Transparency.rnConsequently, explanatory research design was applied using the probability samplingrnapproach, namely simple random sampling, n= 47. probability sampling is utilized on thernpopulation, since it determines the likelihood that a sample is representative of a population.rnPrimary data were collected using self-administered structured questionnaire that wasrnsubmitted to single respondents in the respective associations and the response rate was 70.2%.rnSecondary data about associations membership growth was collected from ACSO. The result ofrnsecondary data analysis showed that associations membership growth is irregular and doesn’trnshows a definitive pattern. Then after a correlation analysis between the three independentrnvariables and the dependent variable was conducted. The results of the correlation analysisrnindicated that there was strong correlation between Management capacity and PA’srnPerformance furthermore, the correlation between program performance, transparency withrnPA’s performance was substantial. The study went on to regress the 10 factors which are underrnthe three independent variables namely, management capacity, program performance andrntransparency against the dependent variable (PA’s membership growth) to estimate thernrelationship between the Intra-organizational factors and performance of PA’s. The findings ofrnthe regression analysis revealed that 7 out of the 10 factors have shown to be significant inrndetermining the performance of PA’s whereas; the remaining 3 factors have shown to berninsignificant. The study recommends that more internal & external factors should be exploredrnin the literature to uncover more factors that are important in the determining the performancernof Ethiopian PA’s.

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