Work output level using ICT at in Twifo Atti-Morkwa district assembly
Author(s): Mark Quaye Affum
The primary aim of this paper is to look at the speed level of Information and Communication Technology resources of staff of Twifo Atti-Morkwa District Assembly. The degree of impact of Information and Communication Technology have on activities of staff at TAMDA is about 70%. There is a relationship between work output, qualification, promotion and performance in the Assembly. From the findings and analysis of the data received, it was recommended the Assembly should look at adopting Information and Communication Technologies at the work place for an effective performance.
The civil organisations management should also consider engaging the services of staff with high Information and Communication Technology proficiency for good job delivery. The district assembly should as well look at creating Information and Communication Technology workshops for its employees to facilitate them with the needed skills and resources they require for a better work output.