Supervisor: Ampereza Milton
The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between organizational culture and employee performance in SINFA Uganda Limited. The study’s key objectives were to examine, determine and evaluate the effect of power oriented culture on employee performance in SINFA Uganda Limited using organization culture theories ofconsistency,involvement, adaptability and missiontheories.

A cross-sectional and descriptive study design — using quantitative and qualitative approaches — was adopted to capture views attitude and opinions of various respondents in regards to the problem of the study. Both questionnaires and interviews were used to source information from a sample of 92 respondents in accordance to Krejcie and Morgan (1970). The study revealed that power oriented culture had a positive correlation to employee performance, given the calculated value of r = 0.712 at significance level 0.003. Similarly, role oriented culture was positively related to employee performance, given the calculated value of r=0.627 at significance level 0.013. Lastly, it was revealed that achievements oriented culture had a positive relationship and contributed to employee performance. This is represented by the calculated value of r=0.578 at significance level 0.044.Therefore,the study recommends that there is need to improve the relationship between employees and management so that employees feel they are part of the organization. Role oriented power needs to be practiced regularly so that employees are given their roles according to job descriptions in order to complete their roles in time. Achievement oriented culture needs to be improved such that employees develop their careers within the company.