TITLE

Determinant Factors of Decision Making Process in Higher Education Institution (A Case of State University of Gorontalo, Indonesia)

AUTHOR(S)
Haris, Ikhfan
PUB. DATE
September 2012
SOURCE
Global Journal of Management & Business Research;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 18, p33
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Case Study
ABSTRACT
What factors influence decision-making process in higher education institution? This paper presents the results of a case study of State University of Gorontalo, Indonesia that addressing to the question. The aims of this study were to identify and to analyse factors that influence decision-making process at the State University of Gorontalo. The study used descriptive quantitative method and data was collected using survey method. Sample of the study were 174 participants; consist of 129 lecturers and 45 administration staffs (n = 520). The quota of the sample was 25% from the population. Data were analysed using descriptive analysis. The result indicates that the five variable-factors have significant contribution to influence decision-making process at the State University of Gorontalo. The mean number of these five factors was 68.20%. The state of organization (with diversity value of 75.78%) was the dominant factor, followed by personality and skill of decision maker, which contributes up to 73.67%. Availability of Information provides to 73.30% and external condition to 63.98%. Other factors such as, type of problem within organization; the goal of decision-making and type of decision develop a total contribution of 54.29%.
ACCESSION #
85349269

 

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