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Development of Organizational Commitment Analysis Structural Equation Model for Makassar Industrial Estate Employees Tawil, Muhammad Risal
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i1.4006

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This study discusses how a measuring tool of organizational commitment was developed through confirmatory factor analysis using a tool analysis structural equation model. This study was intended to achieve the validity and reliability of the organizational commitment that met the statistical requirements. This study also conducted a model test to obtain model fit from the results of confirmatory factor analysis constructs organizational commitment. The research was conducted by using a survey using a questionnaire from Google Forms which was distributed for 2 (two) months with a sample of 251 employees of the Makassar industrial area. The results showed that of the 5 dimensions and 25 indicators of organizational commitment, all of them showed a validity value above 0.5, thus fulfilling the cut off of the required value. The results of the reliability test of the dimensions and indicators of organizational commitment also show the cut off required statistical >0.7. Apart from that, the indices of the model test results carried out are stated to have met the criteria of a good model.
The Effect of Job Rewards and Organizational Commitment on Organizational Citizenship Behavior through Mediation of Perceived Organizational Support and Work Engagement in Private Higher Education Lecturers: A Conceptual Framework Muhammad Risal Tawil
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 4, No 4 (2021): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute November
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v4i4.3245

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This paper is motivated by the fact that there are still many lecturers at private universities who do not have the sincerity in pursuing a career even though there are many opportunities and government regulations in favor of lecturer development efforts. The existence of lecturers in universities is very vital, considering that the dharma of universities as a whole is carried out by lecturers. Besides, the performance measure of a university is also largely determined by the quality of the lecturers at the university. But in reality there are still many lecturers who are not serious in pursuing a career in higher education, especially in private universities. This paper will review what factors can encourage the improvement of organizational citizenship behavior of lecturers at private universities. Based on these problems, the authors attempted to elaborate and analyze the effect of job rewards and organizational commitment on organizational citizenship behavior by strengthening perceived organizational support and work engagement. It is hoped that this paper can provide information about the factors that can encourage the improvement of organizational citizenship behavior, especially for lecturers at private universities.
Shared vision-based teamwork cohesiveness: catalyst for organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behavior (self congruence theory perspective) Muhammad Risal Tawil; Ahmad Amiruddin; Yohanis Rongre; Sudirman Sudirman; Abdul Malik
JPPI (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Indonesia) Vol 8, No 1 (2022): JPPI (Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan Indonesia)
Publisher : Indonesian Institute for Counseling, Education and Theraphy (IICET)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29210/020221306

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The study reviews the important role of Shared Vision-Based Teamwork Cohesiveness (SVBTC) in bridging Organizational Commitment (OC) and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in employees of an organization. One of the positive behaviors that are expected to grow in an organization is the presence of high OC and OCB in employees. This study confirms that employees who have good OC are not always supported by good OCB through a review of various previous studies. In this study, a catalyst in the form of Shared Vision-Based Teamwork Cohesiveness (SVBTC) is presented from the point of view of Self Congruence Theory (SCT) which is believed to strengthen the relationship between OC and OCB. Applying for a literature review, this study provides a new perspective on the factors that can increase OCB for employees in an organization.
The Effect of Principal Transformational Leadership and Motivation on Performance of Teacher in Islamic Elementary School Yoesoep Edhie Rachmad; Ahmad Mokan; Eulis Sri Rosyidatul Badriyyah; Evi Gusliana; Muhamad Risal Tawil
Journal on Education Vol 5 No 3 (2023): Journal on Education: Volume 5 Nomor 3 Tahun 2023 In Press
Publisher : Departement of Mathematics Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31004/joe.v5i3.1493

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This study aims to analyze and find: (1) the direct effect of the principal's transformational leadership on teacher performance (2) the direct effect of teacher work motivation on teacher performance (3) the direct effect of the principal's transformational leadership on teacher work motivation, and (4) the indirect effect of transformational leadership of school principals on teacher performance through teacher work motivation. This study uses quantitative methods with data analysis techniques using path analysis. Data collection was carried out using questionnaires, interviews, observation, and documentation. The population in this study was all teachers at SDIT Al-Haraki Depok, totaling 45 teachers. The sampling technique used was random sampling, with sample size referring to the table for determining the number of samples developed by Isaac and Michael with an error rate of 5% and a confidence level of 95%, so that the sample in this study was 40 teachers. The results showed that (1) there was a direct effect of the principal's transformational leadership on teacher performance by 31.5% and (2) there was a direct effect of teacher motivation on teacher performance by 32.8%. (3) There was a 62.5% direct effect of transformational leadership on teacher work motivation; (4) There is a 20.5% indirect effect of transformational leadership on teacher performance through teacher work motivation. Then simultaneously, the effect of the principal's transformational leadership and the teacher's work motivation on teacher performance is 77.6%. In this study, the principal was able to create change and achieve good performance, build a spirit of togetherness and discipline, and motivate teachers and employees to work optimally, which ultimately builds organizational awareness among teachers and employees by developing an attitude of belonging and a sense of responsibility for achieving the highest achievement.
Prioritization of the Best Online Platform for MSMEs Using Simple Additive Weighting Method Sutrisno Sutrisno; Wulandari Wulandari; Vivid Violin; Agung Supriyadi; Muhammad Risal Tawil
Journal on Education Vol 5 No 3 (2023): Journal on Education: Volume 5 Nomor 3 Tahun 2023 In Press
Publisher : Departement of Mathematics Education

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Many MSMEs have begun embracing online marketing platforms to sell their products and services in the current digital era. This is because online platforms facilitate MSMEs' access to a larger market and streamline the transaction process. With so many online platforms accessible today, it is tough to determine which is the best for MSMEs. Hence, a decision-making method is required to aid micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in identifying the online promotion platform that best meets the evaluation criteria. Using the Simple Additive Weighting (SAW) method, the primary purpose of this study is to aid micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in selecting the online platform that best meets their business objectives. The ranking results demonstrate that decision-making processes can be utilized to rank the most effective internet promotion platforms for MSMEs. From the final results, it is determined that the criteria for segmenting consumer reach and ease of use of applications are important in determining online promotion platforms, with the results of platform prioritization indicating that Instagram and Whatsapp chat media continue to dominate as an alternative online promotion platform for MSMEs.
Intellectual Capital dan Kapabilitas Finansial Terhadap Kinerja Keberlanjutan UMKM (Studi Pada Industri Ekonomi Kreatif di Kota Bandung) Eko Susanto; Warkianto Widjaja; Muh. Risal Tawil; Tiryono Ruby; Asri Ady Bakri
Jurnal Multidisiplin West Science Vol 2 No 02 (2023): Jurnal Multidisiplin West Science
Publisher : Westscience Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (510.581 KB) | DOI: 10.58812/jmws.v2i02.228

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Revolusi industri membuat kinerja UMKM terus di pertanyakan. Respon dalam menghadapi ketidakpastian pasar dan persaingan ketat dengan kolaborasi sumber daya dan kapabilitas. Istilah yang disebut ekonomi pengetahuan modern, Intellectual Capital telah memainkan peran penting dalam bidang bisnis, kelembagaan, dan akademik, membantu transisi menuju pengembangan organisasi yang inovatif, kompetitif, dan berkelanjutan. Pekerjaan rumah terhadap kinerja berlanjut UMKM di belahan belum berhasil tumbuh seperti yang diharap, ini diakibatkan faktor rendahnya modal, keterlambatan UMKM mengadopsi teknologi, tingginya biaya serta fakta persaingan dari impor dengan harga yang murah. Kapabilitas finansial memungkinkan UMKM memiliki kemampuan dalam menyiasati persaingan dengan keputusan keuangan yang efektif. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui seberapa jauh modal intelektual dan kapabilitas finansial terhadap kinerja keberlanjutan UMKM industri fashion di Kota Bandung sebanyak 125 wirausaha dalam penelitian ini. Intellectual Capital dan Financial Capabilities berpengaruh positif dan signifikan ketika diuji dengan Kinerja Keberlanjutan UMKM secara parsial dan simultan dan model penelitian ini menjelaskan kinerja keberlanjutan UMKM sebesar 73%.
The Influence of Workload, Demographic Factors and Hardiness on Teachers’ Work Stress Mohzana Mohzana; Muhamad Risal Tawil; Bayu Purbha Sakti; Akhmad Ramli; Fatimah Malini Lubis
Journal on Education Vol 5 No 4 (2023): Journal on Education: Volume 5 Nomor 4 Mei-Agustus 2023
Publisher : Departement of Mathematics Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31004/joe.v5i4.2672

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The aim of this research was to assess the importance of the links between work strain faced by high school educators with resilience (devotion, command, and obstacles), work demands (physical demands and negative demands), and demographic characteristics (gender, years of experience, age, and job position). The research sample consisted of 217 teachers who were chosen randomly using the non-probability sampling technique of accidental sampling. Multiple regression analysis was utilized to examine the research hypothesis, while CFA (confirmatory factor analysis) was used to determine the consistency of the measuring tool. The results revealed that resilience, work demands, and demographic characteristics had a significant effect on teacher job strain. Based on the results of the minor hypothesis test, difficulties and attention had a significant impact on work strain. Work command, work demands (both physical and mental), gender, years of experience, age, and job position had no noticeable effect on work strain. The findings also indicated that only 21.6% of the variation in job strain was accounted for by all independent variables, while the remaining 78.4% was influenced by factors not addressed in this research.
Fund financial management strategy effort to improve accountability and sustainability of village government leadership Asdi; Nur Sitti Khumairoh; Muhamad Risal Tawil; Agustian Zen; Nenden Hendayani
Enrichment : Journal of Management Vol. 13 No. 1 (2023): April: Management Science And Field
Publisher : Institute of Computer Science (IOCS)

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This paper's research aimed to collect practical information concerning village financial management activities and methods for strengthening the accountability and sustainability of village government leadership. Several studies have been conducted to assess the efficacy and advantages of the Village Fund allocation budget. Only some studies, however, have looked at village financial management data management techniques that are responsible and sustainable for village government leadership. Methods for managing village money are adopted that adhere to the purposes and objectives of the village budget and improve the dignity of village-level leadership via efficient governance following existing legislation. Following the acquisition of various supporting documents, we evaluated them using a phenomenological technique, a tool we used to comprehend the phenomena of a Village-related problem. We can summarize the results, among others, that we get the function of village fund allocation intended for accelerating the development of village governance as well as an implementation strategy including accountability financial planning and a system of accountability for using these funds following the stages and policies determined by the central government and followed by adaptation to the interests of the local Village. Thus this study may be helpful for further studies.
The Role of Work Engagement in Mediating Perceived Organizational Support and Organizational Commitment Relationship to Organizational Citizenship Behavior Muhammad Risal Tawil; Mattalatta Mattalatta; Baharuddin Baharuddin; Akmal Umar
International Journal of Social Service and Research (IJSSR) Vol. 3 No. 3 (2023): International Journal of Social Service and Research (IJSSR)
Publisher : CV. Ridwan Publisher

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46799/ijssr.v3i3.306

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This paper reviews the important role ofwork engagement (WE) in bridging the relationship between perceived organizational support (POS) and organizational commitment (OC) on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) to private university lecturers. WE is one of the positive behaviors in the form of positive engagement cognitively, emotionally, and physically to increase productivity and morale. High WE is the main capital in creating lecturer OCB.Several previous studies have shown that high POS and OC have not consistently resulted in good OCB.With these considerations in mind, this study presents a WE thatbelieved to be able to strengthen POS and OC relations with OCB. It is hoped that this paper will provide a new perspective on the role of WE and other factors that can improve OCB for lecturers at private tertiary institutions. This study uses a quantitative approach and descriptive design. The research respondents were lecturers spread across 7 tertiary institutions in Baubau City. While data collection was carried out using digital instruments in the form of google forms which were distributed and managed to collect a sample of 257 respondents. The results of this study indicate thatWE has a significant positive influence in bridging the relationship between POS and OC towards OCB.This study suggests paying more attention to WE and OC because they have been proven to significantly contribute to increasing OCB in private university lecturers.
The Role of Perceived Ease of Use, Trust, Product Knowledge and Perceived of Convenience on Intention to Use of Sharia Banking Card Muhammad Risal Tawil; Muhammad Subandi; Moch Arif Hernawan; Prety Diawati; Kraugusteeliana K
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 9 No. 2 (2023): April 2023
Publisher : Sekretariat Pusat Lembaga Komunitas Informasi Teknologi Aceh

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The purpose of this research is to analyze the effect of perceived usefulness, perceived convenience, product knowledge and trust partially on the intention to use the sharia banking card, to analyze the effect of perceived usefulness, perceived convenience, product knowledge and trust simultaneously on the intention to use the sharia banking card and to find out which variable most influences interest in using a sharia banking card. The scope of this research is the people of DKI Jakarta who are interested in using sharia credit cards. The variables used in this study are perceived usefulness (X1), perceived ease of use (X2), product knowledge (X3) and trust (X4) as independent variables, and interest in using (Y) as the dependent variable. This research was conducted on residents of DKI Jakarta who are interested in using Islamic credit cards. The sample is part of the number and characteristics possessed by the population. influence of each independent variable Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Convenience, Product Knowledge and Trust on interest in using the sharia banking card is the variable Perceived Usefulness does not affect interest in using the sharia card. Perceived ease of variable influences interest in using the sharia card. The Product Knowledge Variable influences the interest in using the sharia card.