Correlates to managerial performance among school administrators

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Author: Convocar, Jeremias L.

Accession Number: 844D

Class No: 987-65-4329

Author No: 1

Copyright Year: 2000

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The study determined the perception of organizational politics, attitude towards teamwork and quality improvement, and managerial performance among the administrators of CHED-supervised institutions in the province of Iloilo. Conducted in September 2000 among 97 randomly selected administrators, this descriptive -correlational research utilized four (4) standardized research instruments-- the Organizational Politics Scale (in DuBrin, 1997); the Attitude Towards Quality Improvement Questionnaire (in Daft, 1997); and the UPLB's Rating Scale for Higher Education Administrators (in Ables,1996). Statistics used were frequency counts, percentage analysis, means standard deviations, the One-Way and Two-Way Analyses of Variance, and the Pearson's r. Alpha level was set at .05. The study revealed that, generally, the administrators of CHED-supervised institutions in the province of Iloilo had "average" perception of organizational politics prevailing in their institutions, had "above average positive attitude" towards teamwork and between perception of organizational politics and attitude towards quality improvement had signicant effects on their managerial performance. Positive and significant correlation existed between the administrators' perception of organizational politics and attitude towards quality improvement.


Keywords: Managerial performance, School administrators, Organizational politics, Teamwork, Quality improvement

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