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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Implementation Cipp Model For Exploring Evaluation Of Analysis Performance Policy To Ministry Defense Indonesia (Mdi)

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AUTHOR(S)

Sri Sundari

 

KEYWORDS

Performance Policy, Intermediate Analyst, CIPP, Ministry of Defense Indonesia (MDI).

 

ABSTRACT

Difficulties in implementing the policy with the performance assessment process not yet achieving objective results, and not fully influencing career advancement and increasing benefits from intermediary analysts. This research focuses on evaluating the policy implementation of intermediary analyst performance at the Directorate General of Ministry of Defense Indonesia (MDI). The sub focus of this study, namely: 1) intermediary analyst performance policy; 2) intermediate strategic internal analyst environment; 3) implementation of intermediary analyst assignments; and 4) results of intermediary analyst performance. Methodology: The study was conducted at the Directorate General of Ministry of Defense in Jakarta, Indonesia. This location was chosen because so far there has never been intensive and comprehensive research on the implementation of performance policies for Intermediary Analysts, where the observation, interview and documentation was carried out at the Directorate General of Ministry of Defense Jakarta, as an informant from Director General Ministry of Defense, assisted by 1 Secretary of Ministry of Defense General, 3 people Director, 2 Head of Division and 6 Intermediary Analysts. The evaluation models used are Context, Input, Process and Product (CIPP). The results: The policy aspects of intermediate analyst performance (context), state that most of them already know about the existence of assignment documents, so that in the implementation of intermediate analyst tasks oriented to the desired results. The internal strategic environment (input) is included in the category of level of implementation and availability or moderate achievement, this is due to the lack of facilities and infrastructure including office facilities and not having special staff in this case personnel to assist intermediate analysts. The implementation aspect of the assignment of intermediary analysts is quite good, meaning that the evaluation component includes the category of level of implementation and availability or moderate or moderate achievement, because intermediary analysts do not have basic tasks or routine tasks, so intermediary analysts work independently and look for their own activities. The aspect of the product performance analyst is quite good, meaning that the evaluation component includes the category of level of implementation and availability or moderate achievement, but there are still shortcomings in terms of career development systems still waiting for the queue for structural promotions. The results of the study using the CIPP Evaluation Model regarding the evaluation of the implementation of performance policies The Intermediary Analyst has concluded that overall the implementation of the performance policies of the Intermediary Analyst in all stages has not been effective.

 

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