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Research Paper | Management | Indonesia | Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016
Competence of Special Committee Members of Regional Peoples Representative Assembly
Abstract: The purpose of study was to analyze and identify the competencies that can predict the performance of the Special Committee Members of Regional People's Representative Assembly, District of Konawe. The approach of this study was qualitative focuses on four areas of competence, which consist of competence, professional competence, political competence and ethical competence. Data collected included primary and secondary data. The informants determined by purposive technique of data collection are interviews, observation, and study documents. Spradley follow the model of data analysis that includes descriptive observation, analysis domain, focused observation, taxonomic analysis, observation elected componential analysis and thematic analysis. The results showed that legislators actually have competence, professionalism, and ethics not as expected or better yet, with the exception of political competence that is already good, to be able to perform well. This study presents empirical evidence to the theoretical model of a public manager's competence Virtanen (1982). The model can predict the value and instrumental competencies that consist of competence, professional competence, political competence and ethical competence affect the performance of public managers. In general, the findings of this study support this argument. Performance of Special Committee of People's Representative Assembly, district of Konawe that has not been good is consistent with state legislators whose competence is also not good. Implications of these findings was that the study of the science of public management competencies in the future needs to include the development of a theoretical framework that optimizes the performance of public sector organizations are political structures in the region include environmental conditions such as human security and moral incentives.
Keywords: Competence, Special Committee Members
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 3, March 2016,
Pages: 239 - 244