Oscar O. Wambrauw
Abstract: The use of information technology within the organization must consider the limited resources such as data, application systems, technology, facilities and human resources. Resource limitation is a major factor in your need f or governance that regulates the use of information technology in organizations. The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of IT Relatedness on IT Outsourcing Strategy and Knowledge Management Capability and its influence on the implementation of the performance improvement of governance in Papua. This study took place at the Government District / City and Bureau / Agency / Office of the Autonomous Province in the province of Papua. The populations in this study are all institutions in the province of Papua, the sample size is 106 institutions autonomous province and regency /city in the province of Papua, the sample unit is 2-3 respondent search agencies. An analysis technique in this research is the analysis path. From the above results show that54.54% of Organizational Performance is determined by the influence of IT Relatedness, Outsourcing Strategy, and Knowledge Management. From the results of path analysis showed that IT Relatedness effect on Outsourcing Strategy, Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance. This indicates that the higher the value of IT Relatedness effect on Outsourcing Strategy, Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance, it will lead to higher Outsourcing Strategy and Knowledge Management, and Organizational Performance. Strategy more influenced Outsourcing to Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance. This suggests that the high value of IT Outsourcing Strategy will result in the value of Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance. On the other hand, there is no significant affect on IT Outsourcing Strategy to Organizational Performance. This illustrates that however high the value of Outsourcing Strategy, have an impact on the level of Organizational Performance.
Keywords: Information Technology, Organizational Performance