The Influence of Institutional Pressures on Strategy Implementation in Public Secondary Schools in Selected Counties in Kenya

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The Influence of Institutional Pressures on Strategy Implementation in Public Secondary Schools in Selected Counties in Kenya

This study sought to investigate the influence of institutional pressures on strategy implementation in public secondary schools in the four selected counties in Kenya. The target population was all the public secondary schools in the counties of Meru, Embu, Tharaka Nithi and Isiolo. The Slovin’s formula yielded a sample size of 250 secondary schools from the target population of 672. Data was collected from the sampled schools using a closed ended questionnaire. The results indicate that schools rated themselves moderately high in strategy implementation success, (mean = 3.50, Sd = .46). Further, the schools rated the strength of the institutional pressures they experienced as moderate (mean = 3.39, Sd = .40). Spearman’s rank correlation analysis showed moderate, positive and a statistically significant relationship between institutional pressures and strategy implementation in public secondary schools in Kenya (ρ = .476, p < .001). The binary logistic regression test for the hypothesis showed that institutional pressures had a Positive and statistically significant influence on strategy implementation in public secondary schools in Kenya {(Exp (B) = 4.433, p < .001}. The study recommends that the various public secondary schools stakeholders that are the originators of institutional pressures should play their roles effectively to ensure successful strategy implementation in their schools since these pressures have a significant influence.

Key words: Institutional pressures, strategy implementation, public secondary schools

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