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2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (4) ◽  
Darpin Darpin ◽  
Astrid Yunita ◽  
Ninik Endang Purwati

This study aims to determine and analyze the application of the principle of transparency and the implementation of excellent service at the Kendari City Investment and One Stop Integrated Service Office. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach, data analysis uses interactive model analysis techniques consisting of data collection, data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing/verification. The results showed that the application of the principle of transparency at the Kendari City Investment Office and PTSP from the informative (informative) aspect of the agency was good enough in providing convenience to the public to obtain information either directly or indirectly about services in the field of investment and licensing, in terms of openness has been good enough in conveying information to the public openly, and is easily accessible through several channels of information delivery, on the other hand, the agency still needs to be more intense in explaining all service requirements both technical and administrative in a clear and easy to understand manner using the system. and simple language to the public, from the aspect of disclosure, it is still not optimal in informing the public of financial details and annual reports regarding revenue, financial management and assets of the organization. In terms of the implementation of excellent service in terms of the dimensions of service procedures, service costs, completion time, service products, infrastructure, the overall competence of service providers is good, with the Public Service Standards  that have been standardized in 2018.

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-11
Yanqing Chen

At present, many companies have many problems such as high financial costs, low financial management capabilities, and redundant frameworks; at the same time, the SASAC requires that the enterprise’s financial strategy transfer from “profit-driven” to “value-driven”, finance separate from accounting to improve the operational efficiency of the company. Under this background, more and more enterprise respond to the call of the SASAC; in order to achieve the goals of corporate financial cost savings and financial management efficiency improved, we began to provide services through financial sharing. The research of information fusion theory involves many basic theories, which can be roughly divided into two large categories from the algorithmic point of view: probabilistic statistical method and artificial intelligence method. The main task of artificial intelligence is to realize the computer for some learning, thinking process, and wisdom formation of simulation, and an important goal of information integration is the human brain comprehensive processing ability simulation, so artificial intelligence method will have broad application prospects in the field of information fusion; the common methods have D-S evidence reasoning, fuzzy theory, neural network, genetic algorithm, rough set, and other information fusion methods. The purpose of this paper is to proceed from the internal financial situation of the enterprise, analyze data security issues in the operation of financial shared services, and find a breakthrough in solving problems. But, with constantly expanding of enterprise group financial sharing service scale, the urgent problem to be solved is how to ensure the financial sharing services provided by enterprises in the cloud computing environment. This paper combines financial sharing service theory and information security theory and provides reference for building financial sharing information security for similar enterprises. For some enterprise that have not established a financial shared service center yet, they can learn from the establishment of the financial sharing information security system in this paper and provide a reference for enterprise to avoid the same types of risks and problems. For enterprise that has established and has begun to practice a financial shared information security system, appropriate risk aversion measures combined with actual situation of the enterprise with four dimensions related to information security system optimization was formulated and described in this paper. In summary, in the background of cloud computing, financial sharing services have highly simplified operational applications, and data storage capabilities and computational analysis capabilities have been improved greatly. Not only can it improve the quality of accounting information but also provide technical support for the financial sharing service center of the enterprise group, perform financial functions better, and enhance decision support and strategic driving force, with dual practical significance and theoretical significance.

Mathematics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 253
Sara Rahmati ◽  
Mohammad Hossein Mahdavi ◽  
Saeid Jafarzadeh Ghoushchi ◽  
Hana Tomaskova ◽  
Gholamreza Haseli

The management control system in an industry is managerial, directional, hindrance, and cohesive action in order to cohere and regulate various branches and sub-branches. In fact, it is a system that supports the real state of matters in the right way. This method is intended at assuring that the purposes and activities carried out have the desired outcomes and eventually lead to the objects and purposes of the company. In this matter, the financial and non-financial management control system is essential both when it comes to strategy community; Consequently, in this paper, the management control system is classified into financial and non-financial categories because such analysis gives a chance to get a broad assessment of a management control system relationship in organizations. In this paper, we evaluate the relationship between business strategy and management control system and their influences on financial performance measurement of a manufacturer (a case study of Maral co.) with the use of Merchant’s theory. Furthermore, In this case, a decision-making strategy centered on the FMEA is used to identify and prioritize risk factors financial of the control system in companies. Nevertheless, because this strategy has some significant limitations, this research has presented a decision-making approach depending on Z-number theory. For tackle, some of the RPN score’s drawbacks, the suggested decision-making methodology combines the Z-SWARA and Z-WASPAS techniques with the FMEA method. The findings reveal that in the non-financial management control system element, customer satisfaction, and in the financial component, cost standards are at the largest level of weight. Furthermore, the strategic planning factor with a rate of 2.95 and the deviation analysis factor with a rate of 2.87 is at the lowest level, respectively. In sum, market or industry changes are the primary cause of risk in businesses, according to FMEA methodology and the opinions of three professionals.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
Michael A. Taylor ◽  
Terence K. Teo

Previous research on nonprofit management education (NME) in the United Kingdom (UK) has raised the question of whether NME provided through public service departments will focus more on third sector distinctiveness, while NME provided through business schools will concentrate more on general, cross-sector management skills. We collect data on courses offered within UK graduate degree programs with an NME concentration and compare them using Mirabella’s (2007) taxonomy and find that there is more commonality than differences between graduate NME offered in both business and public service programs in the UK. However, statistically significant differences in the provision of courses as a proportion of total curriculum do exist for courses related to “advocacy, public policy, and community organizing,” “financial management,” and “social enterprise.”

2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 32
Hrishikesh D. Vinod

Quantitative researchers often use Student’s t-test (and its p-values) to claim that a particular regressor is important (statistically significantly) for explaining the variation in a response variable. A study is subject to the p-hacking problem when its author relies too much on formal statistical significance while ignoring the size of what is at stake. We suggest reporting estimates using nonlinear kernel regressions and the standardization of all variables to avoid p-hacking. We are filling an essential gap in the literature because p-hacking-related papers do not even mention kernel regressions or standardization. Although our methods have general applicability in all sciences, our illustrations refer to risk management for a cross-section of firms and financial management in macroeconomic time series. We estimate nonlinear, nonparametric kernel regressions for both examples to illustrate the computation of scale-free generalized partial correlation coefficients (GPCCs). We suggest supplementing the usual p-values by “practical significance” revealed by scale-free GPCCs. We show that GPCCs also yield new pseudo regression coefficients to measure each regressor’s relative (nonlinear) contribution in a kernel regression.

Steven William Selin ◽  
Jeremy Golston ◽  
Francisco Valenzuela

Integrating sustainability concepts, tools, and best practices across the outdoor recreation and park profession has gained momentum over the past three decades. However, missing from the professional and scientific literature have been action-oriented and evaluative research focused on “how” sustainability is being operationalized in the field. Through a qualitative research design focused on the 11 National Forests of the Southwestern Region of the USDA Forest Service, we developed an operational model for how sustainable recreation is being implemented at the Forest level through the Sustainable Recreation Strategy. Data collection included document analysis, stakeholder interviews, and personal observation. Document analysis included a content analysis methodology of 11 Forest-level Sustainable Recreation Action Plans, the principal planning process used to implement the vision and goals set forth by the Regional Sustainable Recreation Strategy. Evidence from the study was used to develop a grounded operational model with three foundational areas of Program, Agency, and Community. Foundational areas were further elaborated into component areas—Program into workforce, communications, outdoor recreation management, financial management, and information management systems—Agency into leadership support, administrative support, and integrated resource management—and Community into partnerships, volunteer program, and conservation education. Operational models such as this can help recreation managers, agency leaders, and policymakers adjust systems, structures, and roles to build program capacity and accelerate program transition towards sustainability.

Aqim Adlan

This study aims to actualize the management of household finances based on Islamic economics in female congregations of the Al-Muttaqin Mosque. This is because in the Covid-19 pandemic situation, the family is one of the components affected by economic stability. Thus, through the model of empowering family financial management based on Islamic economics for the female congregation of the Al-Muttaqin mosque, it is very important. Through very in-depth mentoring and study, this work resulted in the finding that in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic, the management of household finances based on Islamic economics for the female congregation of the Al-Muttaqin mosque is very important because the situation and economic downturn have an impact on household finances. So that the management of household finances based on Islamic economics becomes a solution.

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