Performance contracting works as a management tool to help The Kisumu National Polytechnic’s policy makers define responsibilities and expectations for staff to achieve mutually agreed goals. The aim is to have a real impact in improving processes, creating new behavior patterns and adopting a positive work ethic in service delivery.
It helps to clarify the objectives of the polytechnic and its relationship with government in line with Kenya’s Vision 2030 development blueprint. Performance contracting has had a profound positive impact on productivity, employees’ motivation, Kisumu National Polytechnic’s culture and effectiveness in service delivery.
The performance enhancement in the academics and administrative functions of the institution has consistently led to growth and development since Performance Contracting came into play in 2008.
There are controls in the management system that guide the proper administration of resources critical to the institution’s guiding vision. There is a clear focus on what policy makers expect from employees and methods of measuring their performance. This is possible due to the adoption of Performance Contracting.
Anthony Omwange Maangi
To be an exemplary department in the coordination of Performance Contracting Activities, in line with the requirements of TVET and Research
To guide and coordinate activities by committees towards achievement of Performance Contracting targets and attain an outstanding performance.