Prof. Badri encourages administrators and supervisors to improve organizational health

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Prof. Badri Munir Sukoco during presentation on Organizational Health. (Photo: Bastian Ragas)

UNAIR NEWS – After holding the FGD and poster presentation, there was a presentation on “Organizational Health” by Prof. Badri Munir Sukoco, Ph.D. The exposure was carried out at the Ballroom of Illira Hotel, Banyuwangi on Monday afternoon, January 27.

Opening his presentation, Prof. Badri started with a review about the achievements that have been made by UNAIR. The achievements were made from a highly dynamic performance, said Prof. Badri, so naturally organizational readiness is needed, especially on organizational health.

“Organizational Health”, according to him, was very important as there is a fierce competition between organizations, especially in the field of education. Prof. Badri also gave an example of several educational institutions which were not initially included in the ranks of top campuses, but currently occupy the top positions.

“It all happened because the competition was very fierce. And this determines the health of the organization, “he said.

Furthermore, Prof. Badri also explained about several dimensions that determine organizational health. According to him, there are nine dimensions that need to be measured, starting from the results of the analysis, the existence of direction, coordination and control, good culture and climate. Not only that, in order to keep the organization healthy, motivation, leadership and external orientation are needed.

“We will never move forward if we do not want to move and look outside,” he said.

Before closing the presentation, Prof. Badri asked all participants to open a link on organization’s health survey. In the link, it was explained that a healthy organization is an organization that is in harmony with the aspirations of its members.

“In improving performance at UNAIR, one strategic management tool is needed that can facilitate the quality of organizational health,” he concluded.

Author: Nuri Hermawan

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