EKSPLORASI RESILIENSI BUDAYA ORGANISASI: STUDI KASUS PADA PT. JASA RAHARJA (PERSERO) CABANG BALI

Authors

  • Yanuar Fauzuddin Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Mochammad Syaiful Arif Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Dwi Sasono PT. Jasa Raharja (Persero)
  • Hendrik Rizqiawan Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Andi Iswoyo Universitas Wijaya Putra

Keywords:

resiliensi organisasi, budaya organisasi, OCAI, pengukuran budaya, jasa raharja

Abstract

Penelitian eksploratif ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis keterkaitan utama antara resiliensi dan budaya organisasi di PT. Jasa Raharja (Persero) Cabang Bali, menyajikan elemen-elemen utama yang dapat membuat perusahaan menjadi penyerap goncangan, berdasarkan jenis budaya dan gaya kepemimpinan yang dominan. Ketahanan individu dianalisis menggunakan instrumen Cameron dan Quinn – The Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI). Clan Culture dan Market Culture terbukti paling dominan dalam kenyataannya, tetapi seperti yang ditunjukkan, bahwa Clan Culture lebih disukai karena minat dan orientasinya yang tinggi terhadap kebersamaan dalam organisasi seperti sebuah keluarga. Seperti yang ditunjukkan oleh literatur, budaya yang tangguh adalah budaya yang menekankan perlunya kesatuan dan rasa memiliki, oleh karena itu, dengan melakukan pendekatan dari bawah ke atas, para pembuat kebijakan dapat mengurangi guncangan dengan memberikan respon yang lebih baik terhadap tantangan, dalam hal ini kemampuan individu-individu di dalam organisasi secara bersama-sama untuk menghadapi tekanan yang ada.

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2022-03-17

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Fauzuddin, Y., Arif, M. S., Sasono, D., Rizqiawan, H., & Iswoyo, A. (2022). EKSPLORASI RESILIENSI BUDAYA ORGANISASI: STUDI KASUS PADA PT. JASA RAHARJA (PERSERO) CABANG BALI. SENADA (Seminar Nasional Manajemen, Desain Dan Aplikasi Bisnis Teknologi), 5, 193–208. Retrieved from https://eprosiding.idbbali.ac.id/index.php/senada/article/view/629