Pyrex Journal of Business and Finance Management Research

July 2016 Vol. 2(7), pp. 58-64

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Ambidexterity and Employee Performance of Selected Commercial Banks in Anambra State of Nigeria

Onyeizugbe Chinedu U*, Orogbu Obiageli L and Asiegbu Onyinye B

Department of Business Administration Nnamdi Azikiwe University, P.M.B. 5025, Anambra State, Nigeria.

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Accepted 11th July, 2016


The seeming lack of participation by employees in generating new ideas propelled the study to explore the extent to which employee participation correlates with employee dynamic capabilities in selected commercial banks in Anambra State. The work was anchored on Competitive Advantage Theory by Michael Porter in 1980. Correlation Research Design was employed for the study. Three banks were selected from the three senatorial zones in Anambra State for coverage; the population of the study was 156 and complete enumeration was used. Pearsonís Product Moment Correlation Co-efficient was used to analyze the data. It was revealed through the findings that there is a positive significant relationship between employee participation and employee dynamic capabilities in selected commercial banks in Anambra State and therefore the study recommended among other things that management should give employees more opportunities to prove their worth in the art of proffering solutions and coming up with innovative ideas by increasing their participation level in brainstorming sessions.

Keywords: Ambidexterity; Employee; Banks; Ideas; Dynamic capabilities; Competitive advantage.

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