Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (Print ISSN: 1533-3590; Online ISSN: 1533-3604)

Abstract

The Influence of Faculty Budgetary Participation, Budget Adequacy, Values And Vision On Staff Performance: A Case Study Of University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Author(s): Ogunniran Moses Oladele, Hou Longlong

The paper examined the impact of budget, institutional vision and goals on staff performance in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. One hundred and eighty-three (183) academic staff was randomly selected to whom a self-administered questionnaire was administered to collect data. This study had five objectives. Descriptive statistics including frequency counts, simple percentage and regression analysis were used in analyzing the data. The findings showed that the level at which faculty budgetary participation influence staff performance in the University of Ibadan is high. The results equally revealed that the level at which faculty budgetary adequacy influence staff performance in the University is average. Lastly, the budget, institutional vision and goals have joint influence on staff performance in the University. The contribution of faculty budget to the performance of academic staff in the University was established, but academic staff expressed that their performance does not completely depend on budget. The paper concluded that the participation of academic staff in budgetary process influenced the performance of academic staff in the University. The University vision and goals also have a great power to affect the performance of academic staff. Succinctly, the presence of logical relationship among budget, institutional visions, goals and staff performance existed in the University.