Public Private Partnership Management Technique as Perceived Determinant of Staff Job Performance in State Owned Colleges of Education in Benue State, Nigeria

Simon Terzungwe Guda & Mando Nguwasen Patricia

Abstract

This study investigated provosts’ public-private partnership management technique as a determinant of staff job performance in state owned colleges of education in Benue State, Nigeria. One research question guided the study. The study adopted a survey research design. The population was 2,142 staff members. The sample size was 294 respondents selected through multi-stage sampling procedure. The instrument for data collection was a self-structured questionnaire titled “Provosts’ Public-Private Partnership Management Technique as perceived Determinant of Staff Job Performance Questionnaire” (PPPPMTDSJPQ) with reliability coefficient of 0.85. The instrument was validated by three experts. The study revealed that provosts’ public-private partnership management technique is a determinant of staff job performance in state-owned colleges of education. Based on the findings of the study, it was recommended that colleges of education should partner with organized bodies such as banks, philanthropists, companies, religious organizations, college alumni, among others, to attract support to the colleges of education in the state in terms of provision of school facilities and other interventions in order to enhance staff job performance.

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