Technology-driven Management and Employees’ Task Accomplishment in Government Technical Colleges in Lagos State Nigeria

Abstract

The study examined the contributions of Technology-Driven management to employees’ task accomplishments in the “new normal” with particular reference to Government Technical Colleges in Lagos State Nigeria. The study was guided by three research questions and three hypotheses. The descriptive survey research design was used for the study. The population comprised all the 528 teachers in all the five Government Technical Colleges in Lagos state. The sample size consisted of 132 teachers selected using Multi-stage sampling procedure. A 25-item validated and reliable (r = 0.96) instrument titled “Technology-Driven Management and Employees’ Task Accomplishments Questionnaire” (TDMETAQ) was used for data collection. The analysis of data was carried out using One way Analysis of Variance. The findings indicated that the level of adoption of e-administration in the colleges was low, the provision of ICT facilities was low and the capacity building programmes for employees on ICT was inadequate. It was also found that the adoption of e-administration, provision of ICT facilities and capacity building programmes on ICT jointly contributed to employees’ task accomplishments in the “new normal”. Arising from the findings of the study, it was recommended that as a matter of policy, e-administration should be made an essential component of institutional administration, there should also be adequate provision of Digital facilities in schools as well as regular capacity building programmes on ICT for both administrative and teaching staff in the colleges.



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Akeem Adekunle, University of Lagos, Nigeria

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Conference: ECE2021
Stream: Educational policy

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