PENTINGKAH NILAI RELIGIUSITAS DAN BUDAYA ORGANISASI UNTUK MENGURANGI KECURANGAN?

Dekar Urumsah, Aditya Pandu Wicaksono, Wirawan Hardinto

Abstract


Abstrak: Pentingkah Nilai Religiusitas dan Budaya Organisasi untuk Mengurangi Kecurangan? Penelitian ini berusaha untuk menginvestigasi urgensi religiusitas dan budaya organisasi dalam meminimalisir perilaku kecurangan individu. Metode yang digunakan adalah wawancara kepada informan dan dianalisis melalui coding. Penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa religius mampu mencegah terjadi kecurangan. Namun, kondisi tersebut tidak dapat terjadi secara konsisten. Keyakinan religius dapat berubah jika individu mendapatkan tekanan, sehingga mengabaikan religiusitas yang dimilikinya. Di sisi lain, budaya organisasi sangat berkaitan erat dengan pimpinan sehingga arah budaya sangat bergantung dengan pimpinan. Selain itu, promosi anti kecurangan belum banyak diterapkan di organisasi.

Abstract: Is the Value of Religiosity and Organizational Culture Important for Reduce Fraud? This study seeks to investigate the urgency of religiosity and organizational culture in minimizing individual fraud behavior. The method used is interview to informant and analyzed through coding. This study shows that religious can prevent fraud. However, such conditions can not occur consistently. Religious beliefs can change if the individual gets pressure, thus ignoring the religiosity it has. On the other hand, organizational culture is closely related to the leadership so that the direction of culture depends on the leader. In addition, anti-fraud promotions have not been widely applied in organizations.

 


Keywords


fraud; religiusitas; budaya organisasi

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