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  The Effect Of Manager's Role In The Planning And budget Control And Operating Activities On Organizational Efficiency  
  Authors : FX. Suwarto;; Arief Subyantoro
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The present research is intended to answer the questions on the effect of managerís role in the planning and control of budget and business operation on the efficiency level of hospitality business. The respondents are top, middle and lower managers. The result of correlation analysis of (X1) and (X2) is positive; the correlation coefficient is 0.990. Managerís role in the planning and control of budget (X1) and business operation (X2), simultaneously, have a positive effect on efficiency level (Y) by 46.79%. The managerís role in the planning and control of budget (X1), partially, has a positive effect on hospitality business efficiency level (Y) by 14.14%. The managerís role in business operation (X2), partially, has a positive effect on efficiency level (Y) by 38.68%. There are other variables than the managerís role in the planning and control of budget and business operation (X1 and X2) that affect the efficiency level of hospitality business (Y) by 0.09%. The results of SWOT analysis shows that hospitality business under study lays in the aggressive cell. This means that the business can go on and increase its investment and implement cost leadership, differentiation, and focus strategies. The study recommends that business actors in the research area need to advance their cooperation with those of similar line of business, and need to explore more profitable source of fund to expand their business. Additionally, other variables than X1 and X2 need to be considered.

 

Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 7, Issue 2

Date of Publication : April 2018

Pages : 135-137

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FX. Suwarto : A Professor of Economics and Business, Budi Luhur University, Jakarta.

Arief Subyantoro : A Professor of Economics and Business, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional ďVeteranĒ, Yogyakarta.

 

Role, Managers, Planning, Control, Organizational

Correlation between managerís role in the planning and control of budget (X1) and business operation (X2) is positive. The correlation is significantly positive and is mutual in nature.

 

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