The Analysis of Positive Organizational Culture Using Scoring Method: Case Study on State-Owned Enterprise in Indonesia

T.Roli Ilhamsyah Putra


The crucial issues that being one of the phenomena of State Owned Enterprises (SOE) is corruption. As for the corruption that most people do is an act against the law or abusing the authority which resulted in a loss of State. The study examines the positive organizational culture forms that exist in the body of SOEs in Indonesia. The method used is descriptive analysis. This study uses primary and secondary data with the analysis units are 30 SOEs. Primary data has been taken in 2013 until 2014. The result shows that the number of problems in the formation of a positive organizational culture happen in the state. The reward system is not in accordance with the duties and objectives of improving corporate performance, the lack of opportunities of freedom of speech, competitive climate that is not supported, yet loyal planting norms and ethics in order to prevent a shift in the perception of the norm, and not yet fully implemented the transparency and clarity of the information company. It concludes the SOEs do not yet have a positive organizational culture, because there is incompatibility of the reward system with the duties and objectives of improving corporate performance, the lack of freedom of speech in the company, there is no climate of competition, the incomplete implanted norms and ethics, and a lack of transparency and clarity of information companies.

Keywords: positive organizational culture

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