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Leadership skills and execution of fibre optic infrastructure in nairobi county, Kenya

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James Konya Akhwaba, Omondi Bowa and Peter Keiyoro
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
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The main purpose of this study was to investigate influence of leadership skills on execution of fibre optic infrastructure implemented by mobile telecommunication and internet service providers in Nairobi County, Kenya. The objective of the study wasto determine how leadership skills influence execution of fibre optic infrastructure. The research design that guided this study was cross-sectional survey. The study adopted mixed methods research and pragmatism paradigm approach. A self-administered structured questionnaire was used to collect quantitative data while interview schedule and document review guide were used to collect qualitative data. Prior to data collection, preliminary testing of research instruments was done using content analysis and test retest principle to respectively ascertain validity and reliability. Census was used to select 187 respondents from a target population of 187 functional staff in fibre optic infrastructure departments of mobile telecommunication and internet service companies through stratified and purposive sampling. The study used summary statistics to analyze descriptive data. Inferential statistical analysis were performed using simple regression and hypothesis tested for significance using F tests. To ensure validity of statistical investigation, tests of statistical assumptions were performed prior to data analysis. With R2 = 0451, β = 0.626, p-value = 0.000 < 0.05, the nullhypothesis, which stated that Leadership skills have no significant influence on execution of fibre optic infrastructure(H01), was rejected and conclusion made that leadership skills have a significant positive influence on execution of fibre optic infrastructure. It was recommended that mobile telecommunication and internet service companies should consider leadership skills when recruiting project leaders. It was also recommended that the companies should develop training programs to improve leadership skills of the current project leaders. The study further recommended that the companies should develop coaching and mentoring programs. This study was delimited to consider the influence of leadership skills on execution of fibre optic infrastructure in Nairobi County, Kenya. It was therefore suggested that more studies should be conducted on other factors that may influence execution of fibre optic infrastructure in Kenya. The study also recommended that additional and comparable studies should be conducted in other counties in Kenya.

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