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ANALYSIS OF DETERMINATION THE NUMBER PERSONNEL BASED ON WORKLOAD ACCORDING TO JOB DESCRIPTION (STUDY CASE IN ACCOUNTING INSTITUTIONS) Endriyanto, Wahyu; Ahmadi, Ahmadi; Sukandari, Benny; Makhrowi, Agus
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASRO - STTAL Vol 10 No 1 (2019): International Journal of ASRO
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The workload is highly related to efficient and effective human resource utilization in an organization to achieve organizational objectives, vision, and mission. Various methods are used to optimize the number of personnel in an organization so that each task can be completed quickly and precisely. Accounting Institutions are inseparable from problems regarding the lack of workload with the number of personnel working on it. The change of the Policy gives an impact on the change of Job Description and List of Personnel Arrangements of the organization. To overcome these issues, workload measurement, analysis can be used to determine the optimal amount of personnel required in their working units. This study uses a mental workload measurement so called NASA-TLX and physical workload measurement According to the applicable workload regulation that is in accordance with the Administrative Direction of Workload Analysis. Both methods are then carried out to be compared to each other. The results showed that the physical workload is required in the completion of tasks in each work unit. In addition, the determination of the optimal number of personnel using physical workload or appropriate tasks per task position based Job Description is performed. As a result, it is known that there is an excessive workload in the Sub Service Budget Cost work units with personal shortcomings. On the other hand, there is an excessive personnel number in Administrative Work, Sub Department of Finance Administration and Sub Department Financial Control. The overall conclusion of this study is a need for personnel reduction in a List of Personnel Arrangements currently known as Accounting Institutions to be 39 personnel instead of the existing 48 personnel.  Keywords: Workload, NASA-TLX (Task Load Index), assignments Per Task title, Number of Optimal personnel
STRATEGIC PLANNING OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS OF INDONESIAN NAVAL ACADEMY Isnadi, Isnadi; Suparno, Suparno; Putra, I Nengah; Sukandari, Benny
ASRO JOURNAL - STTAL Vol 9 No 2 (2018): International Journal of ASRO
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Information technology (IT) has an important role in carrying out the functions of universities, so that it can be trusted to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the academic process lead to the academic services being more maximal as well as supporting the university's business process innovation to develop. The Naval Academy (AAL) is one of the educational institutions found in the Indonesian Navy and has the task of producing professional Navy officers, possessing current technological mastery capabilities and towards World Class Navy. By referring to the desired results above, AAL uses information technology in conducting teaching and learning activities. The Information System available at the Naval Academy (AAL) is currently not optimal, therefore the authors conducted an analysis to plan the strategic development of information systems and information technology at the Naval Academy (AAL). This research was made using the Ward and Peppard method. The step of this research started with internal analysis, external analysis using PEST analysis, internal IS/IT analysis and external SI/IT analysis to map the information system position at the Naval Academy (AAL) with SWOT analysis. The results were the achievement of the IS/IT formulation strategy and management of IS/IT in the future
FEASIBILITY STUDY OF THE RECEPTION FACILITY DEVELOPMENT OF TANJUNG PERAK BRANCH SURABAYA Djamaludin, Achmad; Sukandari, Benny; Krisdiono, Eko; Mashudi, Ali
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASRO - STTAL Vol 10 No 1 (2019): International Journal of ASRO
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Presently, the rapidly increasing population growth has been shown to create the growing needs of sea transportation services, both for freight and passengers. The augmentation of sea transportation fleets causes the ever-increasing number of all types of ships and the vessel traffic congestion in many connected sailing lanes. The development of sea transportation media significantly affects the potency of sea pollution. Therefore, it requires an analysis of the development feasibility of the Reception Facility in Tanjung Perak Port Surabaya. The first analysis is by doing the evaluation of investment feasibility based on the law, market, technical and financial aspects. After that, the measurement is done by using the methods of Net Present Value (NPV), Payback Period (PP), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Average Rate of Return (ARR), Profitability Index (PI) and investment risk analysis. In this research, the gained NPV is about Rp. 431.257.167, PP value about 8 years 9 months 26 days, IRR 22,695%, ARR 30,32%, PI about 1,39, so the infrastructure investment program of Reception Facility in Tanjung Perak Port Surabaya is feasible to be carried out. Keywords: Feasibility Study, NPV, PP, IRR, ARR, PI, Investment Risk