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2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 62-68
Author(s):  
Yusvensia Jesica Anggun Febriantika ◽  
Tri Joko Prasetyo ◽  
Fitra Dharma

This study aims to analyze the comparison of the financial performance and value of manufacturing companies before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study uses secondary data in the form of financial statements for the 2019-2020 period. The sampling technique in this study used purposive sampling and obtained a sample of 108 manufacturing companies listed on the IDX. The analytical tool used is the Wilcoxon signed-rank test with the help of the SPSS 21 program. The results show that there is no decrease in leverage ratios, activity ratios, firm value during the COVID-19 pandemic, while profitability and liquidity ratios have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Judging from the results of the different test activity ratios, there were significant differences, while the ratios of profitability, liquidity, leverage, and firm value did not experience significant differences.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 51-61
Author(s):  
Andi Pasinringi ◽  
Muhammad Nur Alamsyah ◽  
Muhammad Nawawi

Schistosomiasis is an endemic illness found throughout the world, including in Indonesia's Central Sulawesi province. The prevention and control procedures have been in place since 1975, but the prevalence rate has not yet reached 0%. This study used a methodology that combines primary and secondary data collection. The focus of this research is on the importance of leadership in attaining the aims of the schistosomiasis eradication policy, which is concentrated on a single location in Poso, the Bada Valley. This study discovered that policy innovations and personal leadership with a desire to succeed in a career in education and leadership training at the official level in Indonesia through PIM II Education and Training were responsible for the success of the schistosomiasis policy in Bada. The use of close personal and institutional networks is able to drive various formal and non-formal institutional mechanisms to support the achievement of schistosomiasis eradication policies in Poso.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 30-41
Author(s):  
Yakubu Yahaya ◽  
Rejoice Zachariah ◽  
Sule Bello

Transformational leaders create a strategic vision, communicate that vision through enclosing and use of symbol, model the vision by “walking the talk” and acting consistently, and build commitment towards the vision. Entrepreneurial leadership is still essential in SMEs because the development of micro-entrepreneurs’ businesses would not be successful without demonstrating leadership traits that are effect This could perhaps be the reason as to why themes on micro-enterprises are successfully developed widely amid business developers and researchers, particularly for those keenly interested in determining a formula that defines successful micro-entrepreneurship. The study’s specific objective is to determine the effect of self-leadership on entrepreneuship development. The primary data was collected from direct responses from listed SMEs by using structured questionnaire with 412 respondents as a sample size for the study. The collected data was analyzed through Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 22. Descriptive and inferential statistics was used to analyze and interpret the data in this research. Specifically, descriptive statistics related to means, frequencies, percentages and trend analysis were used in this study. The findings show that self-leadership has a significant impact on SMEs development. This study can improve the performance and sustainability of Nigerian SMEs, thus increasing their capacity to create employment. Subsequently, the study recommends that management of SMEs should adopt good strategy in order to overcome leadership challenges.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 42-50
Author(s):  
Rezika Farah Sabila ◽  
Einde Evana ◽  
Ratna Septiyanti

This research aims to provide empirical evidence in the effect of operating cash flow, leverage, and firm size on earnings persistence. The data used on this research is historical secondary data. The data used in this research were taken from website www.idx.co.id. A population in this research were companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) sector food & beverage for the period 2015-2019. Sampling method used is purposive sampling method with a sample of 33 companies. The outcome of this research indicate that operating cash flow & firm size have a positive effect on earning persistence. Meanwhile, leverage  does not affect earning persistence.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 12-21
Author(s):  
A. Ali Imran Sadiq ◽  
Mohammad Tahir Haning ◽  
Nurdin Nara ◽  
Muhammad Rusdi

The purpose of this study was to analyze learning organization on the implementation of e-government in the city of Makassar. This research is qualitative with approach case studies to describe how the application of learning organization (LO) in the government of the city of makassar and the results of the study showed Makassar positive trend even though there are still many shortcomings although it is still a society that complain against a service-based information technology. Learning organization within the framework of e-government in the form of the development of feedback at all levels of the organization be aware of the process that made the employees to give each other feedback between each other with regard to e-government by way of exchanging information about the internal applications in education Each as well as mutual support and communication with all members of the team of the developers application, the developer team infrastructure, network. Strategy feedback with question and answer through SMS App/chat center included with operator help desk in the City of Makassar. In terms of reliability, the apparatus is proficient in their field but is still a bit awkward when or when there is a problem with the software, it is necessary to calm down in dealing with software problems so that there is no panic and the service can run smoothly.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 1-11
Author(s):  
Mechiri Duencan ◽  
Otieno Boniface

Past research considers both fiscal federalism and entity governance principle determinants of local government social capital. However, no study is conclusive enough on this point. Guided by social capital theory, this study surveyed 28 districts, 5 municipalities, and 311 sub-counties of Uganda’s north-eastern and eastern regions to investigate fiscal federalism-entity governance-social capital linkages. Structural equation modeling results reveal resource utilization, bureaucracy, and corruption; prominent fiscal federalism attributes, social capital predictors. Its other equally-vital component; job creation, depicts no predictive powers. Moreover, entity governance mediates the fiscal federalism-social capital relationship. Implications of these findings to both theory and practice are discussed.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 22-29
Author(s):  
Ekoeng Kalechi ◽  
Ịheanechọ Jemielu

The research studied the impact of human resource management techniques on the productivity of Nigerian deposit money institutions. The information for this research came from structured questions that were delivered to chosen deposit money institutions in Yola Metropolis. There were 193 questionnaires distributed in all, however only 166 were successfully recovered and examined. In order to estimate the effects of human resource management practice on employee productivity in the selected organization, the study used descriptive statistics and the multiple regression technique. The correlation coefficient was also used to test the extent to which human resource management is related to employee productivity. Human resource planning (HRP), recruitment and selection (RS), staff training and development (TRD), and performance appraisal (PA) were found to have a positive impact on employee productivity in the selected deposit money banks in Nigeria and were properly signed, implying that they were in line with the study's theoretical expectations. At the 5% level, the F-statistics 5.242014, which examined the combined significance of the parameter estimations, was deemed statistically significant, as evidenced by the associated probability value of 0.025272. This means that in the chosen deposit money institutions in Nigeria, all of the model's variables were jointly and statistically significant in determining employee productivity. Finally, this study found that human resource management practices in Nigerian deposit money institutions had a favorable and substantial impact on employee productivity


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 63-72
Author(s):  
Nila Praptiningstyas ◽  
Alimin Maidin ◽  
Syamsuddin Syamsuddin

Performance is critical for the current and future organizational environment, and performance appraisal methods that have focused exclusively on financial performance have limitations; therefore, effective performance measurement should be capable of translating an organization's mission, vision, and strategy into operational objectives and performance measures. financial as well as non-financial success indicators. The purpose of this research is to examine the influence of job insecurity and organizational commitment on the performance of nurses at Makassar City Hospital's inpatient unit. This is a quantitative study that combines an observational design with a cross sectional study design. The sample for this research consisted of 84 nurses working in the inpatient unit of Makassar City Hospital. The findings indicated that job insecurity characteristics and organizational commitment had an influence on the performance of nurses at the Makassar City Hospital's Inpatient Installation. The bivariate analysis results indicate that the job insecurity variable has an effect on the performance of nurses in Makassar City Hospital with a value of p = 0.000 0.05, that the job insecurity variable has an effect on the organizational commitment of nurses in Makassar City Hospital with a value of p = 0.000 0.05, and that the variable organizational commitment has an effect on the performance of nurses in Makassar City Hospital with a value of p = 0.000 0.05. It is recommended that the hospital management pay attention to employees, better facilities and benefits, adequate working hours and rest.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 51-62
Author(s):  
Christy Twaliwi ◽  
Georgina Obinne Ugwuanyi ◽  
Udeme Okon Efanga

The major goal of this research was to see how budget assessment affected Nigeria's economic progress. The inspiration stemmed from a number of inconsistencies in the Nigerian economy's budget preparation and execution. This study employed an ex-post-facto design, with data gathered from the Central Bank Statistical Bulletin and the Federal Ministry of Finance for analysis. A model based on empirical and theoretical reviews was developed to attain this wide purpose. The model's dependent variable was the Human Development Index (HDI), while the model's independent variables were the government's capital budget, recurrent budget, and yearly budget implementation rate. To evaluate data, the researchers used the Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) Model. Budget assessment had a favorable and considerable influence on Nigeria's economic progress, according to the inferential findings. According to the report, Nigeria's government should make an effort to raise capital and recurring expenditures in its yearly budget, since both have a substantial influence on economic development. Finally, the government should make an effort to put in place effective budget monitoring and assessment equipment that will increase the rate of budget implementation while simultaneously ensuring strict adherence to due process.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 39-50
Author(s):  
Darwis Darwis ◽  
Sasterio Sasterio

The aim of this research is to look at the politics of religious affiliation in Sigi Regency's direct regional head elections in 2010 and 2015. The majority of adherents of faith, namely the Muslim and Protestant Christian communities, are represented in the political reality of the community in Sigi Regency. In the elections for the Regent and Deputy Regent of Sigi Regency, the opportunity for population allocation based on the two faiths has become a political instrument to take power. During two cycles of direct regional head elections in Sigi Regency, the state of population characteristics of religious affiliation trends became electoral consumption by political elites. This study employs a qualitative descriptive method. According to research, religious affiliation is a fair concern in winning provincial head elections in 2010 and 2015, as well as a way of political balance representing the two religions' cultures.


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