Analysis of Determining Factors in Improving the Performance of Management of Fixed Assets in Land and Buildings South Minahasa Regency Government

Authors

  • Ischaal Lilies Bangki Master of Management Study Program, Economics and Business Faculty Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia
  • Altje L. Tumbel Master of Management Study Program, Economics and Business Faculty Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia
  • Jessy Pondaag Master of Management Study Program, Economics and Business Faculty Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia

Keywords:

Management performance, leadership style, facilities, learning opportunities

Abstract

Regional asset management is currently one of the efforts to increase the financial capacity and even development of a region, this is done in an effort to erase the old paradigm to a new paradigm where regional governments are no longer dependent on the central government. For this reason, development and management of regional assets is an essential factor in efforts to advance a region. For this reason, this research focuses on what factors determine efforts to improve the performance of land and building asset management in South Minahasa district. By looking at what supporting factors are missing or lacking so that they can be corrected at a later date. by taking place at the provincial financial and asset management body of South Minahasa Regency. In this research, the ordinary least square calculation method is used, where land and building asset management performance is the dependent variable and three independent variables are used, namely leadership style, facilities and learning and development opportunities. By using primary data collection methods or by using questionnaires distributed to property managers. Where based on the calculations carried out, the results were obtained that leadership style, facilities, as well as learning and development opportunities had a positive and significant influence, while the calculations independently using t-count showed positive and significant results for leadership style and facilities , while for learning opportunities and developing does not have a significant effect.

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Published

2024-01-25

How to Cite

Bangki, I. L. ., Tumbel, A. L. ., & Pondaag, J. . (2024). Analysis of Determining Factors in Improving the Performance of Management of Fixed Assets in Land and Buildings South Minahasa Regency Government. International Journal of Business Diplomacy and Economy, 3(1), 139–155. Retrieved from https://inter-publishing.com/index.php/ijbde/article/view/3377

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