Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Business, Management and Finance
Modern Management’s Emphasis Practices on the Sustainability of Educational Non-Governmental Organizations(Case Study in Indonesia)
Irnin Miladdyan Airyq, Aida Vitalaya Sjafri Hubeis, Anggraini Sukmawati
Modern management is frequently used in the sustainability practices of government, private institutions and non-government organizations. Organizational development often creates gaps between human resources and the effectiveness of the programs are being run. Good Governance issue is fascinating to be accustomed as scientific research, especially for non-profit organizations. The results of monitoring and evaluation of several non-governmental communities and organizations in Indonesia within specifically internal management aspects and internal programs, have resulted in several facts that the organizational governance integrated capacity programs are still weak (Setiawan, 2000). This research focuses on organizational sustainability through the emphasis of modern management effectiveness on non-profit organizational governance. By SWOT analysist as research methodology tools with descriptive approach, and input-output analysis. The results show that the effectiveness of the integrated literacy program has significant role in governance through internal management. Meanwhile the character of the organization has functioned as a companion factor to the integrated literacy program, and community activities as an internal organizational factor on emphasizes modern management. So that, costeffective analysis and evaluation programs are used as the implementation of program mechanisms in the sustainability of non-profit organizations. Additional research is recommended to expand the organizing concept of Non-Governmental Organization (NGO’s) based on program.
Keywords: modern management; organizations sustainability; good governance, cost effective analysis; integrated literation programs.