International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Management | Kenya | Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020


Influence of Monitoring on Timely Completion of Capital Projects in Kericho County, Kenya

Theophilus Kipngeno Koech


Abstract: Timely implementation of capital projects is an important success based on monitoring indicators. Timely implementation of capital projects is unattainable due to poor monitoring tools and procedures employed during project lifecycle. The study focused on determining the influence of monitoring on timely implementation of capital projects in Kericho County, Kenya. The study findings are helpful to government, stakeholders, and staff of Kericho County. The study provided insight into scholars and research on the best way to monitoring can help improve timely implementation of capital projects in Kericho County. A descriptive survey research design was adopted with a target population was 245, comprising of capital project staff from Kericho County. The study used both primary data to collected through structured questionnaires. The study adopted convenience sampling where all supervisors, managers, leaders, stakeholder representatives, and one representative of team members for all the 49 capital projects were interviewed. Data analysis adopted descriptive and inferential analysis. The study findings revealed that the respondents unanimously agreed that monitoring influences timely implementation of capital projects in Kericho County. The study concludes that timely implementation of capital projects in Kericho County is influenced by monitoring. The study recommends further research to assess the influence of evaluation in timely implementation of Kericho County, Kenya.


Keywords: Timely implementation, Project management plan, Stakeholder participation, Organization commitment, Communication


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020,


Pages: 46 - 51


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