Increasing Performance Based on Potential Areas in Gorontalo District

Performance Based

  • bahtiar Universitas Gorontalo
Keywords: BUMDes, balance scorecard method, interactive models of Miles and Hubberman, providers of social services and commercial institutions, regional potential.

Abstract

BUMDes as a social institution has a contribution as a provider of social
services, as a commercial institution aiming to make a profit through offering
local resources (goods and services) to the market. To improve performance,
classification and clustering of regional of BUMDes based Potensial of areas
is carried out to build synergy between economic institutions in the village.
The research was carried out in Gorontalo Regency, with the main goal being
BUMDes that have not been active or those that have been active in Gorontalo
Regency, which took place from August to October 2018. This research was
a qualitative type with a descriptive approach. Determination of the sample
using purposive sampling technique as much as 10%. The research sample
was taken based on 3 (three) categories of BUMDes namely BUMDes whose
existence was only formed by the Village Government, BUMDes that had long
been established but were not yet active, and BUMDes that had long been
formed and were categorized as active BUMDes. Data collection is done
through interviews, observation and documentation. Data analysis uses the
Interactive Model according to Miles and Hubberman. Data analysis of BUMDes performance using the balance scorecard method. Research result
show thar BUMDes serves the purchase of agricultural and non-agricultural
commodities but has not been evenly distributed. Sector-based business unit
variations, commodity types, service goods, trade, creative industries and
assistance. BUMDes in Gorontalo have not run effectively and contributed to
the development and empowerment of communities in the village. The causes
of inactive BUMDes are human resources, distribution and use of participation
funds, management of BUMDes, Intervention of Village Heads, community
support, and mismatch of business types with village potential.
Keywords: BUMDes, balance scorecard method, interactive models of
Miles and Hubberman, providers of social services and
commercial institutions, regional potential.

Published
2019-05-19
Section
Articles