Institutional Assessment and Nature of Organisational Behaviour in Road Sector Institutions in the Selected Districts

Abstract

The institutional analysis study is a review of knowledge of local institutional behaviour including a baseline understanding of behaviour of institutions within the three pilot districts in Dodoma Region of Tanzania. The aim of the study is to provide an understanding of how institutional factors contribute positively or negatively to existing District Road Maintenance systems in order to provide an input towards an improved system of road maintenance (in terms of efficiency and effectiveness). The assessment reviewed the existing institutional factors (working environment-culture, perceptions, attitudes, politics, leadership, capacity (financial and human), planning, procurement etc.), in order to find out how they affect the existing system of road maintenance and provided a set of recommendations and inputs that should be considered in the design and implementation of improved systems. A preliminary assessment of existing capacities at the Districts provided an input in the choice of the pilot districts for the study.

Citation

I.T. Transport Ltd. Institutional Assessment and Nature of Organisational Behaviour in Road Sector Institutions in the Selected Districts. (2010) 35 pp.

Institutional Assessment and Nature of Organisational Behaviour in Road Sector Institutions in the Selected Districts

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