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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 6, June 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Performance Measurement Implementation Of Minimum Service Standards For Basic Education Based On The Balanced Scorecard

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AUTHOR(S)

Budiman Rusli, Tora Akadira

 

KEYWORDS

Minimum Service Standards, Performance Measurement, Balanced Scorecard (BSc), the Public Service.

 

ABSTRACT

Policies Minimum Service Standards for Basic Education has rolled out since 2002 by the minister in accordance with the Decree No. 129a / U / 2004 About Minimum Service Standards Education is continually updated and lastly, Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture No. 23 of 2013. All of the district government / town should achieve the target of achieving 100 per cent in each of the indicators listed in the minimum service standards for the end of 2014. achievement pad on each indicator is just one measure of the performance of the local government (department of education). Unfortunately from the announced target for 27 indicators that exist, almost all regions, including local governments do not reach Tangerang Regency. It is necessary for measuring the performance of local authorities (particularly the education department). One performance measure modern enough that measurements can be done that The Balance Scorecard (BSc). In the Balanced Scorecard is a management tool contemporare complete measure company performance not only of the financial perspective but also non-financial performance, such as: Customer Perspective, Internal Business Processes, and Learning and Growth. This approach is actually ideally suited for multinational companies, because this approach requires very expensive, but can be used to measure the profit performance of the company, in addition to the combination of a long-term strategic and short-strategic. Balanced Scorecard it can also be done in measuring the performance of public sector services as well, by modifying a few things, so it can be used to measure the performance of the public sector including the Performance Measurement Minimum Service Standards for Basic Education.

 

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