Effect of Stakeholder Involvement on Change Management in the National Police Service in Nakuru County, Kenya
Terer, Linda Chepkoech
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This study intendedto determine effect of stakeholder involvement on change management in National Police Service in Nakuru County. The study was guided by stakeholder’s theory. The study employed descriptive survey design and correlational research design. The target population was 65 respondents comprising of 1 County commander and 9 Divisional commanders under The Kenya Police category, 1 County commander, 11 District commanders, 33 Divisional commanders under The administration police category, 1 county criminal investigation officer and 9 DCIO under Criminal Investigation Department/Directorate of Criminal Investigation Category. Census survey was adopted where primary data was collected using questionnaires. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferentialstatistics with the aid of SPSS while research hypothesis was tested at 0.05 significant levels with data presented using tables and discussions thereof. The research findings indicate that there exists a statistically significant positive relationship between stakeholder involvement change management in the National Police Service in Nakuru County. It can be concluded that there is no very clear stakeholder identification criterion, open and clear stakeholder communication channels.