Application Performance Management Impact On Organizational Performance Local Company (Studies In West Java - Indonesia)
Teni Listiani, Dwi Kartini
Keywords: Performance Management, Organizational Performance, Regional Company.
Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the effect on the performance of the company's performance management area. Management performance is measured through three dimensions: performance planning, performance assessment, and feeding it behind. While organizational performance is measured through four dimensions: financial perspective, customer perspective, internal business processes, and learning and growth perspective. The unit of analysis in this research area comprising 30 companies from 23 taps, 6 PD Market, and 1 PD Health. Meanwhile the unit of observation is the top-middle-level managers-down of a total of 360 people. To determine the influence of the variables studied, used Structural Equation Model (SEM) based on the model variant with Partial Least Square (PLS). The results showed that in the enterprise area, performance management affect the performance of the organization, but the effect is not too large.
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