This study observes the relationship between effective information flow system and worker’s performance in the Technical Universities in Ghana. DEA was adapted for this study because it maximizes the output measure of the various DMU without making any assumptions on the form of inputs to output. DEA has the capability of modelling model multi-input and multioutput relationships without a priori underlying functional form and thus has been used in various fields of operation. Data from the 10 technical universities in Ghana was used covering the period between 2013 and 2017. The findings indicated that these institutions, ATU, KuTU and KTU came out with the best overall efficiency score which means they had the best scores and are blending their inputs and output variables rightly.
Keywords: Information flow system; Worker’s performance; Efficiency; Effectiveness; Technical Universities