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Scirj Volume IV, Issue VII, July 2016 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th July 2016
Full Paper available from: 25th July 2016


Studying Correlation in Early Maturing Maize (Zea Mays) Inbred Lines in Central Rift valley of Ethiopia
Mieso Keweti , Dagne Wegary

Abstract: This work was executed to estimate correlation among yield and yield related traits in early maturing maize inbred lines. Hence, fifteen inbred lines were crossed in a diallel mating system. Two standard checks along with one candidate variety and hybrids were evaluated in Alpha Lattice Design with two replications at Melkassa Research Center. Grain yield showed positive and highly significant correlations with plant height, ear height, ear per plant, ear length, ear diameter, number of kernels per row, number of kernels per ear and thousand kernel weights at phenotypic and genotypic levels. This suggests that grain yield could simultaneously be improved by selecting for these traits. In general, this study identified inbred lines and hybrid associations that had desirable expression of important traits. This will be useful for the selection of high yielding and early maturing hybrids for all locations.
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The Influences of Conceptual Competence and Teamwork Competence through Organizational Commitment on the Performance of the State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in Makasar City, South Sulawesi
Hasbiyadi, Nurdin Brasit , Ria Mardiana, Sumardi

Abstract: This study aims to examine and to analyze the influences of (i) the conceptual competence on the SOEs’ performance; (ii) teamwork competence on the SOEs’ performance; (iii) the conceptual competencies through organizational commitment on the SOEs’ performance; (iv) the competence of teamwork through organizational commitment on the SOEs’ performance; and (v) organizational commitment on the SOEs’ performance. This study was an explanatory research which seeks to explain causality relationship between variables of conceptual competence, teamwork competence, organizational commitment and the performance of the SOEs. The unit analysis of this study was the employees of the State owned Enterprises (SOEs), locally called BUMN, consisting of PT.Perusahaan Listrik Negara (Persero), PT. Pertamina (Persero), PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk. (Persero) and PT.Pelindo IV (Persero) located in the city of Makasar, South Sulawesi. The sample in this study was 250 employees collected by using convenience sampling method. The data was collected by using questionnaire. These data were further analyzed by using the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The study found that the conceptual competence and teamwork competence have significant positive influences on the performance of the SOEs either directly or through organizational commitment. Therefore, these variables are important to be considered in improving the performance of the SOEs under survey.
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The Influence of Organizational Culture, Work Motivation and Working Climate on the Performance of Nurses through Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior in the Private Hospitals in Jakarta, Indonesia
Ida Ariyani, Siti Haerani, Haris Maupa, Muh. Idrus Taba

Abstract: This study has six objectives. First, to examine the influence of organizational culture, work motivation and working environment on the performance of nurses. Second, to examine the influence of organizational culture, work motivation, and working environment on the performance of nurses through Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB). Third, to examine the influence of organizational culture, work motivation and working environment on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) through Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment. Fourth, to examine the influence of job satisfaction on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) through organizational commitment. Fifth, to examine the influence of organizational commitment on the performance of nurses through Organizational Commitment. Sixth, to examine the influence of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) on the Performance of Nurses in the Private hospitals in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Arrangement of Settlements and Infrastructures: Notes for the Urban Fringe Areas Development in the Eastern Part of Indonesia
Rahman Abdullah

Abstract: The settlements can be interpreted as a residential area with all supporting of infrastructures such as public facilities and social amenities. An urban fringe areas or area behind the town is part of the unplanned settlements so that the distribution of these facilities is relatively less supportive. This paper aims at trying to assess the efforts of settlements and infrastructures in the urban fringe areas of the city as the concept of urban development, especially in the Eastern part of Indonesia. The reason is simply because of the various previous experiences showed that many development of urban areas in Indonesia have less attention towards the development of rural areas. As a result, this leads to the urban bias development. In principle, if the settlement and regional infrastructures in urban fringe areas are better laid out accordingly to the needs of the daily activities of the residents including business supporting the economic and social facilities, it is expected that movement of population from rural to urban will indeed decline. Therefore, the efforts of urban fringe areas development should be planned and coordinated with specific regional units and other stakeholders, so that any potential frictions between the regions do not occur on one hand, and many people in the islands and rural areas will not be interested in moving to urban areas on the other hands.
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