MODEL KONSEPTUAL STRATEGI PROFESIONALISME MANAJERIAL DAN KESUKSESAN PERUSAHAAN

Authors

  • Iful Novianto Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Hendrik Rizqiawan Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Yanuar Fauzuddin Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Andi Iswoyo Universitas Wijaya Putra
  • Andi Iswoyo Universitas Wijaya Putra

Keywords:

strategi, profesionalisme karyawan, manajerial, kesuksesan perusahaan

Abstract

Makalah ini bertujuan untuk menyelidiki hubungan antara strategi profesionalisme manajerial dan keberhasilan perusahaan. Makalah ini memberikan dimensi baru dari strategi profesionalisme manajerial yang mencakup orientasi pertukaran pemimpin-anggota, fokus inovasi karyawan, penekanan tanggung jawab sosial, konsentrasi operasi etis, dan implementasi kesadaran keunggulan bisnis. Selain itu, berdasarkan tinjauan literatur, proposisi memprediksi semua hubungan variabel yang berhubungan positif antara strategi profesionalisme manajerial dan konsekuensinya dalam kerangka konseptual. Konsekuensi dari strategi profesionalisme manajerial adalah kepuasan karyawan, perilaku “organizational behavior”, penerimaan pemangku kepentingan, kreativitas organisasi, pencapaian tujuan bisnis, dan keberhasilan perusahaan. Makalah konseptual ini dapat membangun pemahaman dalam strategi profesionalisme manajerial dan hubungan konsekuensinya. Selain itu, makalah ini memberikan dimensi baru dari strategi profesionalisme manajerial. Ini adalah pengetahuan baru yang dapat diverifikasi oleh penelitian empiris dalam penelitian masa depan. Satu kontribusi dapat membantu manajer dalam merencanakan, merancang, dan mengatur proses operasional untuk menciptakan keunggulan kompetitif, keberlanjutan, dan kesuksesan bagi organisasi. Penelitian selanjutnya disarankan untuk mencari sampel yang tepat untuk menguji hipotesis berikut tinjauan literatur. Bisnis kontekstual yang dinamis dan perhatian bisnis dengan profesionalisme dalam mengelola operasi untuk meningkatkan keberhasilan perusahaan harus memilih sampel untuk penelitian masa depan. Dengan demikian, sampelnya harus bisnis hotel atau operasi bisnis yang dinamis untuk menggunakan verifikator melalui penelitian empiris. Dengan demikian, kerangka konseptual ini akan menjelaskan strategi profesionalisme manajerial dan hubungan konsekuensinya. Sisa dari makalah ini mencakup tinjauan literatur dan pengembangan proposisi. Selain itu, kontribusi, saran, arahan untuk penelitian masa depan, dan kesimpulan disertakan.

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Novianto, I., Rizqiawan, H., Fauzuddin, Y., Iswoyo, A., & Iswoyo, A. (2022). MODEL KONSEPTUAL STRATEGI PROFESIONALISME MANAJERIAL DAN KESUKSESAN PERUSAHAAN. SENADA (Seminar Nasional Manajemen, Desain Dan Aplikasi Bisnis Teknologi), 5, 209–225. Retrieved from https://eprosiding.idbbali.ac.id/index.php/senada/article/view/630