Improving Job Performance through Budget Participation: Case of Higher Education Institutions

Mohamed Abdirahman Abdulle, Dayah Abdi Kulmie, Mukhtar Sheikh Hussein


This study examined the role of budget participation on job performance of higher educational institutions, in Somalia. The research design used for this study was correlational, with data were collected through a questionnaire from 80 respondents from five universities, located in Mogadishu, Somalia. Data analysis was conducted using SPSS software, revealing that budget participation play a significant role in improving job performance. In conclusion, it is evident that employee budget participation can serve as a crucial catalyst for promoting employee and institutional performances within educational institutions. Moreover, the article proposes that institutions may be able to avoid employee dissatisfaction, low performance and poor management performance by putting in place an effective budget setting procedure. In addition, the article makes the case that senior management should employ participatory budgeting to foster a sound environment that promotes shared accountability, openness, and responsibility, which eventually strengthening the institutionalization and sustainability of these organizations.

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