The Study of Information Technology for Strengthening Organization Culture at the Centre of Development and Empowerment of Educators and Education Staffs in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of Cimahi

By Yoseptry, Ricky; Nur, Tajudin et al. | International Journal of Education, April 1, 2014 | Go to article overview

The Study of Information Technology for Strengthening Organization Culture at the Centre of Development and Empowerment of Educators and Education Staffs in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of Cimahi


Yoseptry, Ricky, Nur, Tajudin, Hum, M., Sya, H. M. Ahman, Rigaswana, Yuyu Yuhana, International Journal of Education


Abstract

The Centre Of Development And Empowerment Of Educators And Education Staffs In Mechanical And Industrial Engineering Of Cimahi as an expression in the form of institutions or agencies, training is a social institution in which certain activities are ongoing interactions between educators and learners that organizational culture aimed at P4TK BMTI to create a system of values or beliefs, norms also are in the habit of holding together, where the training itself is a cultural process. In essence, the technology was created, from the past until now intended to assist and facilitate the various aspects of life, both at the time of human work, communicate, and even to overcome the thorny issues that arise in P4TK BMTI. The development of a new culture is mandated bureaucratic reform agenda in Indonesia in accordance with the vision, mission and values in 2010-2014, the organization's culture to be built in P4TK BMTI is strategic and adaptive organizational culture.

Keywords: information technology, reinforcement, organization culture

In line with the rapid growth of information technology, globalization also spreads all over the world. It occurs fast and widespread, not only in developed countries with rapid economic growth, but also developing and third world countries with low economic growth. Moreover in our country that is now developing. It needs various information and technology that can be applied for this nation development. But in doing this task, there are obstacles that must be faced, commencing from culture, the condition of the country and human resources.

1. Introduction

The globalization era requires qualified human resources that are not only able to utilize the technology, but are also able to create it for the sake of life and humanity. The globalization era is the moment of quality competition of which the existence has surged all over the countries in the 21st century. It has been a reality in human development history, in which the century turnover causes the rapid globalization. The globalization enables the widespread modern technology (smart technology) utilization such as computer, telecommunication and electronic devices in every life ascpect.

Therefore, human resources play a very important role in deciding the process and direction of globalization which signals are obviously seen nowadays such as the high intensity of interculture relations, social norms, importance and ideology. Besides, qualified human resources is the most determining component in every institution and organization.

Human resources that are required are the ones who are employed and are able to do their job, so that they can upgrade the organization culture. Organization culture are influenced by several factors. According to Sagir (1985:12), there are six factors that determine the level of organization culture, such as: (1) education, (2) technology, (3) values, (4) working atmosphere, (5) health, (6) minimum wage. Those factors interact each other in increasing organization culture. The strength of human resources will be meaningful by the existence of organization culture.

The relations between information technology and organization culture reinforcement starts from the organization formation. Organization is formed because of the idea from the founding fathers. In realizing those ideas, a media is needed that is called organization. When the organizations formed, the organization culture is also built. It shows that organization and its culture is two things that cannot be separated.

2. Literature Review

"Defines culture as a unity and the whole complexity that cover knowledge, arts belief, moral, law, customs and the habit of the society. The nature of the continuous culture that appears in the society makes the culture involve all behavior foundation that are acceptable in one phase of certain life. Culture is also formed from physical structure and social environment that influence our life. …

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