PENGARUH BUDAYA BIROKRASI TERHADAP EFEKTIVITAS KERJA PEGAWAI NEGERI SIPIL (Suatu Studi di Sekretariat Daerah Kabupaten Kepulauan Sula)

ROSITA Umaternate, Martha Ogotan, Salmin Dengo

Abstract


ABSTRACT: This study aims to a system or set of a value which has a symbol, value orientations, beliefs,
knowledge and experience are internalized into the life of the mind. A set of values is actualized in attitudes,
behaviors, and actions undertaken by every member of an organization / bureaucracy. Therefore, the
bureaucratic culture will affect the effectiveness of the civil servants. In this regard, this research is intended to
determine / measure the extent of bureaucratic culture influence on the effectiveness of civil servants in the
Regional Secretariat Sula Islands.
This study uses quantitative methods. Respondents are as many as 35 employees were taken at random
from the 119 employees of the Regional Secretariat Sula Islands. Instruments and data collection techniques
used were questionnaires and aided by structured interview (interview quide). The analysis technique used to
test the hypothesis is simple regression statistical analysis and simple correlation or koreasi product moment.
Results and formulation: (1) variable regression coefficient toward bureaucratic culture of the effectiveness of
employee is posifive and significant at the 0.01 level of significance or confidence level of 99%. (2) the
correlation coefficient and the coefficient of determination variables bureaucratic culture of the effectiveness of
employee is significant at a significance level of 0.01 ata 99% confidence level
Based on the results of that study concluded that the bureaucratic culture have a relationship and a
positive and significant impact on the effectiveness of employees working in the Regional Secretariat Sula
Islands. Thus the bureaucratic culture is one of the determinant factors / determinants of the level of employee
effectiveness.
Starting from these conclusions are advised let the cultural dimension "strong" organizations (such as
innovation and risk taking, attention to detail/details, results orientation/performance orientation in
people/employees, team orientation, aggressiveness, stability, integrity, professionalism, and others) can be
realized optimally on the bureaucracy in order to create or enhance the effectiveness of civil servants.
Keywords: Bureaucratic Culture, Effectiveness.

Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.