Study of Management of Village -Owned Business Entities atMalang of Indonesia (Implementation of Village Owned Enterprise Management Policy in Turen District, Malang Regency)

Albertus Aliandu Dadu Wodon, Budhy Prianto, Sukardi
2022 International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering  
The management of the Kertoraharjo Village-Owned Enterprises in Sanankerto Village, Turen District, Malang Regency is an effort to realize village independence through the management of business units that bring economic benefits. This Village-Owned Enterprises or commonly called Bumdes has successfully transformed quickly with a significant contribution to the Village Original Income. However, the success of Bumdes Kertoraharjo still encountered some fundamental problems, such as the problem
more » ... the quality of human resources for implementing Bumdes operations and the benefits of all village communities have not felt. The research method used is descriptive qualitative survey to provide a comprehensive description related to the Management of Kertoraharjo Village Owned Enterprises and describe the problems that hinder the management of Bumdes. Data collection techniques used are observation, interviews, and documentation. Bumdes Kertoraharjo cooperates with several stakeholders in the management of bumdes, namely Bank BNI and universities, for business unit development and human resource development. Bumdes also optimizes existing potentials to be developed into new business units. Vertical coordination is also routinely carried out through the Office of Community and Village Empowerment, both from the Regency and Province. The delegation of authority for the Bumdes implementing apparatus has been structured but not balanced with sound capabilities. The solution offered to overcome problems in the management of Bumdes Kertoharjo is to increase efforts to develop human resources by cooperating with several educational institutions that focus on the main tasks and functions of each implementing apparatus of Bumdes.
doi:10.31695/ijasre.2022.8.2.18 fatcat:gszzhuqgdrh3tfexmmgpnmwzne