Using The Managerial Grid To Assess Managerial-related Challenges In Private Universities In
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Using The Managerial Grid To Assess Managerial-related Challenges In Private Universities In Uganda
Carried out in 13 private universities among the academic officials namely the Principals of Colleges, Directors of institutes, Deans of faculties, their deputies, and heads of department, the study investigated their dominantly used managerial techniques as measured by the Managerial Grid Model developed by Robert Blake and Jane S. Mouton. The data were analyzed using percentage distribution and the arithmetic mean. The results revealed that paternalistic and opportunistic managerial techniques were the ones dominantly used by the academic officials (57.8%). The least used technique was dictatorial management (0.3%). Thus, managerial-related challenges exist in private universities in UgandDownloadViews: 49

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