Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi

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ISSN / EISSN : 2088-9372 / 2527-8991
Published by: Journal of Consumer Sciences (10.29244)
Total articles ≅ 207
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Sufika Sary, Laura Denita, Aprilda Aprilda, Cynthia Cynthia
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 146-155; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.34386

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The purpose of this analysis is to explain how the impact of TATO, Current Ratio, DAR on ROE on the consumer goods industry on the IDX during 2015-2019. The total population is 58 with 26 companies as the sample. Techniques and data analysis in this study using purposive sampling, multiple linear regression analysis and classical hypothesis testing. This can be seen from the results of the study that simultaneously TATO, Current Ratio, DAR have an effect but not significant on ROE in consumer goods industrial companies listed on the IDX 2015-2019 with the results Fcount> Ftable (7,760> 2,68). Partially, TATO has a significant effect on ROE, with the result tcount 1,97897). Current ratio has no and insignificant effect on ROE while DAR has no significant effect on ROE. The result of adjusted R-squared 0.136 or the coefficient of determination of 13,6% percent of the dependent variable ROE which can be explained by the independent variables TATO, Current Ratio, and DAR.
Eko Ruddy Cahyadi, Fitri Yutika, Heti Mulyati
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 81-88; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.36905

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While smallholders play a significant contribution on Indonesian oil palm production, they are confronted to sustainability challenges. This study aims to analyze determinants of their behaviour to apply sustainable practices. Theory of Planned Behavior was applied to examine the effect of attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control and past behavior toward smallholders' intention to implement sustainable oil palm production practices. In this study the sustainable practices include applying organic fertilizer, integrated pest management, non-fire land clearing, certified seed and participating in a farmer group. A survey was carried out over 242 oil palm smallholders in Kampar, Riau. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with Partial Least Square (PLS) program was employed to examine our hypothesis. The results show that attitudes, perceived behavioral control and past behavior have positive and significant effects on smallholders' intention to implement sustainable production practices, whereas subjective norms seems to be not significant. Smallholders tend to be individually independent in making a decision or taking action. Hence, improving attitude toward sustainability, for example, through extension service or training and providing incentives to overcome perceived behavioural control are expected to be an effective measure to encourage sustainability practices among oil palm smallholders.
Teguh Widodo, Sofia Fauziana Putri
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 134-45; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.34462

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that influence the intention to use of digital wallets with an expanded approach of technology acceptance model by adding subjective norms and perceived security as exogenous variables. Subjective norms variable is hypothesized either directly or indirectly through the endogenous variables in TAM to influence intention to use, while perceived security variable is hypothesized to have a direct effect. The hypotheses that have been submitted forms a theoretical framework as structural equation model (SEM). Empirical data was collected through an online survey of 233 respondents who answered 23 questionnaire questions in full. The selection of respondents is determined by purposive—non-probability sampling approach from active users of LinkAja in Bandung whose population is not yet known. The software used to perform the statistical tests of informing that all indicators used meet the criteria of validity and reliability, the ten hypotheses submitted are all accepted based on the t-significance test and strong determining factor. The five TAM variables and their expansion have a positive and significant effect on the intention to use. The biggest influence of antecedent variables on the intention to use sequentially is subjective norms, perceived usefulness, attitude, perceived ease of use, and the smallest is perceived security. In increasing the intention to use, operators should prioritize on increasing subjective norms from prospective users, such as testimonials from role models about the ease of use, convenience, and attractiveness of the digital wallets.
Laili Irawati, Rostiana Rostiana
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 89-98; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.33109

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Working as an IT employee who must meet Service Level Agreement (SLA) to customers means having to do the best for customers even though they are no longer in working hours. This way of working will ultimately affect the quality of life. Therefore, this study aims to determine which of the grit, perceived organizational support and job characteristics will affect the quality of life of IT employees. This research was conducted using a non-probability sampling technique, namely employees who work in the IT department who have service standards to customers in carrying out their work. Research data collection was carried out twice with a data collection time of 1 to 3 weeks between the first study and the second study. The number of participants in the first study was 199 people and the second study was 128 people. The results showed that job characteristics became the dominant factor affecting the quality of life of IT employees. Meanwhile, grit and perceived organizational support do not affect the quality of life of IT employees. With about 70 percent of the study participants being male, it is understandable if work becomes an important part of a person's life so that even though he works with high work demands he still feels he has a good quality of life.
Yanto Suharto, Eko Hariadi
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 109-121; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.33917

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This study aims to determine the quality of the website of the DKI Jakarta Province Human Resources Development Agency with the address https://www.bpsdm.jakarta.go.id as a media of information about activities and institutions related to the development of competencies for civil servants (PNS) within the Government. DKI Jakarta Province is based on the perceptions of end users by analyzing end users' perceptions of usability, informaton quality and interaction quality using the WebQual 4.0 method. Data collection was carried out by survey using a questionnaire via Geogle Form with 22 statements based on the WebQual dimension and one statement about the whole (overall) with 438 respondents from the entire population of civil servants of the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government as many as 60,691 people as of September 30, 2020, but who meet requirements as many as 398 respondents. The website quality analysis stage is by describing the survey data. The prerequisite for the test is to test the validity and reliability. Furthermore, data analysis by calculating the score and average on each indicator. The results of this test analysis indicate that the variables of usability, informaton quality and interaction quality on the website of the BPSDM DKI Jakarta Province have quality. The results of this study have implications for the need for BPSDM DKI Jakarta Province to evaluate the maintenance and development of the website that has been built used to improve service quality.
Nurindah Dwi Antika Sukiyah, Mujita Fajar Elok Venanda, Elok Venanda, Jojok Dwiridotjahjono
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 99-108; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.33868

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The background in this study is how important it is for a leader to apply motivation and work discipline to the company to improve the performance of its employees, because with motivation and work discipline, employees will feel responsible for all their duties. This study aims to determine the effect of work motivation and work discipline on employee performance partially, and to determine the effect of work motivation and work discipline on employee performance simultaneously. The data analysis technique used in this study is multiple linear regression analysis, using the F test and t test. The results of multiple linear regression show that the work motivation variable has a significant effect on employee performance. Work discipline variables have a significant effect on employee performance. And Hail F test shows that there is a significant influence between the variables of Work Motivation and Work Discipline simultaneously affect the Employee Performance of PTPN X Lestari Sugar Factory (Kertosono). The conclusion from the results of this study is that increasing employee performance cannot be separated from work motivation (needs, attitudes, abilities, payment or salary, job security, fellow workers) and work discipline (always present on time, always prioritizing attendance percentage, always obeying the hourly provisions). work, always use working hours effectively and efficiently). With high work motivation and work discipline, it will be easier to improve employee performance.
Nabila Nabila, Andita Sayekti
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 156-165; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.36941

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Final project is an independent task that must be completed by final year undergraduate students as a graduation requirement. The process includes the preparation stage (proposal), implementation, thesis writing, and thesis defense. The purpose of this study is determine the symptoms of stress experienced by final year students, knowing the stress factors, and determine alternative stress management in writing their thesis. The method that used is non-probability sampling with a quota sampling technique. Total sample is 419 respondents. Descriptive and factor analysis are used for analytical tools. The results stated that IPB students felt stressed during the preparation of the thesis with physical symptoms that were felt easily tired and heart palpitations. The most contributing factor in student stress is the data analysis method. Alternative stress management for students is taking a short break, doing activities according to hobbies, setting a schedule for meetings with the supervisor, making graduation targets, and thinking positively.
Yohandira Yohandira, Idqan Fahmi, Alla Asmara
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 122-133; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i2.34552

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The growth rate of e-commerce in Indonesia is high. The condition could be seen on the competition map between marketplaces in Indonesia. Bukalapak was one of the top three marketplaces in Indonesia that has seen the most significant decrease in visitor numbers in 2019, at 26 percent precisely. Organizations should formulate marketing strategies in accordance with marketing mix determined based on market analysis to survive in the competitive field. This research aims to analyze consumer perceptions of marketing mix and purchase decision on Bukalapak, analyze marketing mix factors that influence purchase decision on Bukalapak, and formulate marketing strategies to hold back the decline in Bukalapak visitor numbers. The research data were analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling and presented descriptively. The results showed that 66 percent of consumers rated products on Bukalapak had excellent features, 72 percent of consumers rated prices on Bukalapak were reasonable, 64 percent of consumers rated payment methods on Bukalapak were in variety, and shipping discount on Bukalapak was attractive. The marketing mix factors that significantly influenced purchase decision on Bukalapak were place and price. Recommended marketing strategies to hold back the decline in Bukalapak visitors were increasing price variations and optimizing mobile application speeds.
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i1.34376

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Farming is including a business entity because its activities include not only planting on land but also being able to maintain relationships that focus on business interests, such as increased sales and income. As the actor in the business, they are required to be able to have marketing and entrepreneurial skills so that their business performance can be sustainable. The purpose of the research is to understand the relationship between marketing and entrepreneurship to the farming performances, with organization innovation as intervening variables. It is quantitative research and has been conducted in Singosari sub district Malang, Indonesia. Analysis was done by SEM-PLS while 40 farmers were chosen purposively as respondent. The result shows that the Indonesian farmer has basic marketing and entrepreneurship orientation. Both of them has positive and highly significant with the value of 0,41 and 0,53 to farming performance. As an intervening variable, Organizational innovation has positively associated with farmer’s performance. Improving the human resources of farmers has been a very important aspect of sustainable business and human resources itself in Agriculture. An experienced and trained farmer will be able to keep working event in an unstable situation.
, Iin Ichwandi, Sambas Basuni
Jurnal Manajemen dan Organisasi, Volume 12, pp 21-35; https://doi.org/10.29244/jmo.v12i1.34033

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Pluit Reservoir has a big role in DKI Jakarta. Efforts to optimize the Pluit Reservoir are facing various problems, such as silting the reservoir, water quality pollution, the existence of illegal settlements of the population, thus decreasing the function of the Pluit Reservoir as flood control and water resources. In an effort to overcome the problem, the government has made normalization of reservoir policy. Information regarding the level of knowledge / perception, attitudes and level of satisfaction of the community and management is important to consider the management of the Pluit Reservoir. The purpose of this study is to analyze the level of knowledge / perceptions of the community and managers on the functions, problems and management policies of the Pluit Reservoir, to analyze the attitudes of the community and managers towards the Pluit Reservoir management policy, to analyze the level of community and manager satisfaction with the Pluit Reservoir management policy. The analysis method is descriptive quantitative and qualitative methods using a Likert scale and supply-demand analysis. The results showed that the level of knowledge / perception of both managers and the community was still low on the program of land acquisition and relocation of flats, reservoir dredging programs, and waste cleaning and handling programs. The attitude of both the manager and the community is still low towards the land acquisition and relocation program to flats. The level of satisfaction that is still low both from managers and the community regarding land acquisition and relocation to flats and also with the reservoir dredging program.
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