“Performance” refers to the need for the organizations to be efficient and effective which are relevant to the need of stakeholders. To some organizations, this would indicate effectiveness and efficiency in the apportionment of assets and wealth. According to Lusthaus and Adrien, (1998) organization performance depends largely on three components. They are Organization environment, motivation, and capacity. Organizational capacity is the intelligence of an organization to utilize resources effectively. Organizational motivation is the characteristic of basic behavior in terms of energizing the employees to participate in the work. Organization requires backing from their setting to sustain and retain performance. The work environment is the key factor in defining the stage of achieving obtainable possessions and which organizations can execute its plans. Performance is important as it determines the existence of the organization and survival in this very challenging business environment.
The organization works in a competitive environment and faces many challenges that restrict its performance. For instance, organizations face challenges such as poor planning, cultural issues, financial issues, behavioral issues, rewards and compensation issues, environmental uncertainty, leadership issues, and group dynamics issues. Organizational performance is a vital indicator of any organization’s success or failure. Shafiquc et al, (2019) noted that organizational performance plays a significant role in supporting organizations that faces high competition. Organization performance measures in terms of both quantitative and qualitative aspects and can be achieved by the contribution of individual-level and departmental level. (Zehir et al., 2016).
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