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The Effect of Organizational Culture on Performance: Evidence from agriculture cooperatives in Indonesia
In a recent paper by author Qristin Violinda, In the early 2013, the number of Indonesian cooperatives increased from 170.411 units in 2009 to 200.808 units.
By Qristin Violinda
Apr. 12, 2016

From this data, the active cooperatives in 2013 is only 142.387 units while then on-active is 58.421 units. It is obvious that almost 50% of Indonesian cooperatives are non-active. This configuration seriously affects government incentive programs and causes distortion in the growth of the cooperatives’ self-reliance for the growth of the cooperatives does not attain the growth of population

Agriculture cooperatives in Indonesia should have good management strategic to cover this problem. One of concept management strategic is creating a favorable climate in organizational culture because with good climate in organizational culture of the firm scope, the agriculture cooperatives’ ability can thrive in developing it is roles and functions to sustain their businesss that they can succesfully compete with other enterpreneurs.

Including from the paper, Violinda show how effect of organizational culture on performance. Based from her research, the result is organizational culture also stands out as one of the components that are important to performance. Organizational culture have significant correlation with performance and also have significant role for performance from this research i.e. 11.9%. Consistent of an organizational culture learning can develop the ethical environment, which in turn can develop people in the organization with the shared belief, trust and team coordination for critical success (Kotler & Keller, 2006). Based on the result analysis, shows that organizational culture have positive impact on performance on agriculture cooperatives in Indonesia.

Overall our results suggest that while organizational culture may influence certain types of performance agriculture cooperatives in Indonesia to firm performance. As such, our results emphasize the importance of establishing to pay more attention to the policies directed towards the planning and implementation of good organizational culture, especially to make a plan of strategic policy that will determine the firm performance in Indonesia agriculture cooperatives.


Qristin Violinda, Ph.D Student, Departement of Economic and Management , Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan. P.R China

A paper about The Effect of Dynamic Capabilities and Organizational Culture on Performance : Evidence from Indonesia.

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