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Articles by Murdjani Kamaluddin
Total Records ( 2 ) for Murdjani Kamaluddin
  Murdjani Kamaluddin , Ayub Mangalla Padangaran , Surni , Alida Palilati and Samdin
  This study aims to determine the feasibility of sago processing business of three forms of selling (bulk, bulk in the market, instant sago). Sago background research was a local food commodity pride for indigenous people of Southeast Sulawesi. Application of appropriate technology to get relatively clean water is highly recommended for the production process to produce hygienic sago and safe in terms of health. The research data was primary data through observation and direct interview with sago processing group and sago retailer in traditional market. This research uses the analysis: BEP (Break Even Point), ROI (Return of Investments) and B/C Ratio (Benefit Cost Ratio) to three types of sales (bulk sales, bulk selling and sago flour sales). The analysis results show: wholesale sales, reaching BEP at Rp 1,298,53 kg–1 and production 1,731.37 kg–1 month. ROI analysis shows that capital of Rp100.000 obtained revenue of Rp 135,980 and Analysis B/C with capital of 100 rupiah obtained profit 0,73 times retail sales, reaching BEP when price Rp 1,798,53 kg–1 and production 1,079,12 kg–1 month. ROI analysis shows that with a capital of Rp 100,000 received revenue of Rp 278,000. Analysis of B/C with capital 100 rupiah obtained profit 1.78 times instant sago sale reaches BEP at Rp 3,164,22 kg–1 and production 632,84 kg. ROI analysis shows that with capital Rp 100,000 obtained revenue Rp 284.430. Analysis of B/C with capital 100 rupiah obtained profit 1.84 times. It was concluded that the business of sago starch/sago starch products by Lameuru sago processing group is feasible and economically profitable.
  La Hatani , Muh. Hikbal Bulang , Rahmat Madjid , Murdjani Kamaluddin , Nursaban Rommy , A.S Aidin Hudani , La Ode Kalimin and Zaludin
  The purpose main of this study was to examined and explain the strength of influence between work environment and organizational learning on organizational commitment and employee performance. Further, the current study empirically investigated and examined the mediating role of organizational commitment in Agriculture Department of Muna Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province of Indonesia. Design in the study used the quantitative approach is based on review of literature and previous studies findings. The data collecting the study employed a survey method conducted in cross-section using the instrument in the form of a questionnaire. The method of sampling is stratified proportional random sampling using the formula Solvin, the obtained sample 60 people. The data were statistically analyzed and interpretations made with Partial Least Square (PLS) path modeling approach. Results from this study shows that that work environment has a positive and significant influence on organizational commitment but on the employee’s performance has not significant effect. The elevated organizational learning positively and significantly contributes to the enhanced organizational commitment and employee performance. Further, the organizational commitment positively and significantly contribute to the enhanced employee performance. The influence between work environment and employees performance should be interpreted with consideration of the employee’s commitment to their organization. This shows the crucial role of organizational commitment, not only as a predictor variable but also as a mediator variable which provides a meaningful impact on the influence among other organizational factors. Thus, the role of mediation of organizational commitment in the research model can be said as complete mediation. Last, the results were found that organizational learning is significantly mediated with organizational commitment, showing a strong prediction on employee’s performance, therefore, the mediating nature of the influence of organizational learning on employee performance through organizational commitment is partial mediation.
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