A Dramaturgical Model of the Production of Performance Data

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A DRAMATURGICAL MODEL OF THE PRODUCTION OF PERFORMANCE DATA

System informasi mengandung berbagai macam informasi yang sangat berguna dalam menjalankan suatu bisnis, baik untuk mengetahui suatu keadaan atau dalam hal pengambilan keputusan.

Berdasarkan artikel ini, penelitian menunjukkan bahwa para pemimpin menggunakan system informasi untuk mengetahui keadaan pasar dan menentukan strategi pasar yang sebaiknya digunakan. Artikel juga menyebutkan bahwa manajer menggunakan system informasi untuk menyediakan laporan secara rinci mengenai kinerja karyawan kepada para pemimpin, selain itu para pemimpin juga menggunakannya untuk mengetahui keadaan perusahaan melalui laporan akuntansi dan juga untuk melihat kinerja para manajer yang berpotensi kelak. Jadi dengan kata lain, para manajer berkeinginan untuk memperlihatkan yang terbaik yang mereka mampu kepada para pemimpin tetapi para manajer harus membuktikan kembali bahwa mereka berpotensi namun keadaan ini membuat kekhawatiran di antara para manajer.

Inilah yang kemudian disebut sebagai model dramaturgi dari produksi data kinerja yang nantinya para manajer gunakan untuk mengesankan para pemimpin terhadap kinerja manajer. Dari artikel ini dapat disimpulkan bahwa system informasi digunakan oleh para pemimpin untuk mengetahui keadaan perusahaan dan untuk memberikan penilaian terhadap kinerja karyawannya, termasuk pada manajer. Sedangkan di lain sisi, para manajer menggunakan system informasi untuk memanipulasi data dengan tujuan memperlihatkan kinerja yang baik dan keadaan perusahaan yang baik sehingga para manajer dapat memperoleh penilaian yang baik pula untuk menunjang posisi mereka di hadapan para pemimpin.

Contohnya saja seperti yang ada dalam artikel, yaitu Desk Sales. Desk Sales adalah unit…...

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