The role of government in meeting the basic needs of Ghanaians was examined using a qualitative case study. Selected businesspersons were interviewed in the Accra-Tema metropolitan area to examine their experiences, expectations and perceptions of the leadership, about the quality of utility service delivery regarding water, electricity, telephone and garbage. Inefficient service delivery was found to impact about 90% of businesses in almost all sectors, despite a high (73%) expectation from leadership. Fifty-six types of perceptions based on the culture evolved and were grouped into common themes, and compared with a similar study in the United States of America. Cultural factors were explored in order to understand the challenges in Ghana's socioeconomic development compared with Euro-American and Asian-Confucian cultures.CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF FLEXIBLE NON-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH DESIGN Leadership performance and follower expectations of Leadership in Ghana. . These questions were used to probe further into the reasons they believeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Role of Government Leadership in Meeting the Basic Needs of the People of Ghana: A Qualitative Case Study|
|Author||:||Kwaku A. Danso|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|