Author(s): Chiyem Lucky Nwanzu, Sunday Samson Babalola
organizational sustainable practices among organizations in Delta State, Nigeria. The design was cross-sectional and data were collected with self-administered questionnaires. One hundred and seventy-four respondents sampled from both public and private-owned organizations provided the data analyzed. Eighty five participants were sampled from public organizations, while 93 participants were sampled from private-owned organizations. The sample comprises 46% males and 54% females; 64% married and 36% unmarried. Data analysis revealed that public organizations and private organizations significantly differ in organizational sustainable practices, t (df; 176) =-2.29<0.05 and that organizational strategy dimensions differ in their predictive relationship with organizational sustainable practices; prospectors, Î² (168) =0.55, p<0.05; defenders, Î² (168) =0.26, p<0.05; analyzers, Î² (168) =0.01, p>0.05; and reactors, Î² (168) =0.03, P>0.05). It is recommended that policies and programs aimed at promoting organizational sustainable practices should incorporate organization ownership and organizational strategy.