MANAGEMENT PARTICIPATION IN HUMAN RESOURCES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS (Studies on MSMEs in East Java Province)

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  • Aditya Hermawan Institut Teknologi dan Bisnis ASIA Malang

Keywords:

Job Satisfaction, Performance, Self-Worth, External Factors

Abstract

This study aims to determine the effectiveness of information systems in terms of management participation, human resources and information technology. This research was conducted at MSMEs in East Java Province. The research method uses a correlational study approach by conducting hypothesis testing. Hypothesis testing is conducted to determine the correlation between the effectiveness of information systems in terms of management participation, human resources and information technology. Data was collected through a survey of respondents, namely MSMEs in the Province East Java. The samples collected were 97 MSMES. Data were analyzed to prove the influence of management participation onhuman resources, and the information technology used which will drive the effectiveness of information systems. The test results prove the influence of management participation on human resources and information technology which then encourages the effectiveness of information systems. It can be concluded that the greater the management's participation in human resources and information technology can increase the effectiveness of the information system. In addition, management participation can also directly increase the effectiveness of information systems.

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2021-03-23

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