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Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur
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MONAS: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur, with registered number ISSN 2656-0194 (Online), is a journal that provides scientific information resources aimed for widyaiswara (trainers), researchers, research institutions, government agencies, and stakeholders. MONAS: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur publishes original research manuscripts, review articles, studies, and case studies that focus on: Knowledge Management; Human Resources Management; Regional Government; Environment & Sustainable Development; Public Sector Innovation; Public Policy; Public Service
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GAMES LEARNING METHOD IN NATIONAL DEFENSE PREPAREDNESS SUBJECT ON BASIC TRAINING FOR CIVIL SERVANT CANDIDATES Prihantony, Des Indri
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): June
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The selection of suitable learning methods will determine the success of a learning process. In the state defense preparedness training program, games are one of the methods used to achieve learning objectives through the use of playful media. This study aims to assess the effectiveness of this learning method and the factors supporting the effectiveness. The study was conducted on participants in Basic Training for Civil Servants Candidates in 2019 in West Sumatra Province through the distribution of questionnaires online. The results showed that 98.8 % of respondents considered that this method was effective.  
FROM URBANIZATION TO RURALIZATION Sulistyorini, Ari
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): June
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Urbanization is a serious problem for Indonesia. Jakarta is the epicenter of urbanization, which is the center of wealth, which sucks in the migration of people from villages that creates population density, social inequality, as well as congestion and flooding. President Joko Widodo seeks to stem urbanization as part of an Indonesia centric platform, while Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani seeks to spur urbanization for economic growth. This article aims to express criticism of urbanism, as well as offering ruralization, which moves back to rural, with agriculture as the backbone, as well as districts, villages, farmers, fishermen, and farmers as the main actors. This article does not work with geography, demography, or economics, but with political science, which uses interpretive methods and critical analysis. With this analysis, this study of ideas critically finds that urbanization has created Indonesia as an economically, socially and politically complex urban society. This urbanization has given the wealth and splendor of the city, but also presents a serious paradox: city decay (explosion into / implosion), and rural impoverishment (explosion out / explosion). A "city-centric" solution with a sustainable city recipe will only deal with urban decay but ignore rural impoverishment. The "Indonesia centric" solution with rural and rural areas, with local emancipation, is a better answer for equality, justice and prosperity. Jepara, the most prosperous district in Central Java, is an example of ruralization that goes beyond the project approach from above.
IMPACT OF LEARNING DESIGN IN TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION: THE EFFORT TO IMPROVE LITERACY CULTURE OF WIDYAISWARA AT PUSDIKLAT BSSN Suprijandoko, Firman
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): June
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This research is a series of studies on the big theme of "Smart-Pusdiklat" at BSSN environment. The research question revealed was how to improve the culture of BSSN Widyaiswaras? literacy through meaningful learning whose technological scope could maintain the perspective of constructivist approaches to learning. The researcher discusses 2 (two) parts of the Learning Design, namely Technology Skills, and Meaningful Learning, in using integrated technology applications. Considering the limitations of digital exploration on the side of Widyaiswara, the literacy culture of fellow Widyaiswara becomes significant to maintain the gap. This research used exploratory research methods with a qualitative approach. This method is intended to explore a new phenomenon that may not have been studied before. This is the novelty value of this research. The application used in this study was Slack Workspace, which is integrated with 4 (four) other applications, namely Trello for Slack, Google Drive for Slack, Google Calendar for Slack, and Zoom for Slack. The specific results of this study were revealed that the Learning Design is focused on the teaching technology skills, and meaningful learning to Widyaiswara. Also, by being involved in the learning experiences which are active, intentional, authentic, constructive and cooperative.
IN CHASING THE STATUS AS THE PROVINCE OF JAKARTA SPECIAL REGION AFTER THE MOVEMENT OF THE CAPITAL CITY TO EAST KALIMANTAN PROVINCE Hutapea, Purba
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): June
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The Government of of Indonesia plans to move the Capital City from Jakarta to East Kalimantan Province. The problem is what is the status of the administration of Jakarta Province after it no longer bears the status as the capital city of Indonesia. Does Jakarta Province still have the right to obtain status as a provincial region even though the government structure is not divided into municipal and regency areas, or the existing administrative area must be made an autonomous region and then legally qualify as a provincial region ?. Research Methods using qualitative descriptive methods. Based on the politics of decentralization contained in the 1945 Constitution, regarding the formation of special regions  and reviews several laws which form the legal basis for granting special regions in Indonesia, or what is theoretically known as asymmetric decentralization. If the national capital is moved to East Kalimantan, the ex Jakarta Province still qualifies as a province that has special autonomy as the "Province of Jakarta Special Region ",  because the history and role of the city of Jakarta on national government in the past cannot be forgotten. Therefore, the governance structure in the form of one level of autonomy is maintained, and the central government can surrender or delegate greater authorities  for the management of economic, trade and service sectors, such as the Nusantara Bonded Zone, including the establishment of special economic zone, so that it can play a role as a locomotive of the national economy.
ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX TOWARD ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INDEX IN SOUTH SULAWESI Pambudi, Andi Setyo
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): June
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Regional resource development has a dual role in relation to capital as economic growth (resource based economy) and at the same time as a life support system (life support economy). Regional development performance in Indonesia is generally measured based on the Human Development Index (HDI) which focuses on the size of education (knowledge), health (healthy and long life) and people's purchasing power (decent life). The Human Development Index is formed from several indicators that do not yet cover all dimensions of human development as formulated by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). In the context of sustainable development, the success of regional development is always associated with environmental carrying capacity as measured by the Environmental Quality Index (EQI). The linkages between human and environmental aspects in regional development are interesting to be reviewed in more detail, especially in South Sulawesi Province as a portrait of regional development in Indonesia. The analytical method used is quantitative based on secondary data, both in the form of literature review and correlation analysis of the relationship between HDI and EQI in the same year and the same region as novelty that has never been studied before. The relationship between HDI and EQI will be analized by Bivariate Pearson. The purpose of this study is to look at the impact of policies to encourage the increase in HDI toward IKLH that occurs. The analysis shows that in South Sulawesi the HDI value is not always directly proportional to EQI depending on certain factors.
STRATEGY FOR STRENGTHENING CAPACITY OF APARATUR LEADERSHIP THROUGH THE CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING IN DKI JAKARTA Sulasiah, Farihah
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019): November
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ASN is a driving element of an organization. Three competencies that must be possessed by an ASN, there are technical competencies, managerial competencies, and social-cultural competencies that need to be continuously developed as an effort to improve performance of ASN as a state apparatus. One of the efforts that was realized in the implementation of Capacity Building Education and. Change leaders are expected to have social sensitivity that is able to move the community and be resilient by aligning the power of the brain and heart through a wise approach (high touch). This ability is the collaboration of one's ability to manage information and knowledge by utilizing intuition, motivation and wisdom with a touch of entertainment. The implementation of the education and training program is unique in the material content and evaluation system.  The implementation of CB training is aimed at challenging participants in solving various problems that occur in DKI through strategic thinking that hones organizational concerns and is equipped with group interaction. In this way participants are motivated to maximize inspirational and interpersonal motivation, intrapersonal skills by using a variety of innovative ideas in managing the changes seen in solving a given problem. This is in accordance with the demands of competence at Pergub 272/ 2014. This adapts several employee competencies that are regulated through local government regulations and supplemented by observation activities as a form of qualitative assessment of participants. This study uses a qualitative approach with descriptive methods based on events that have already occurred. This method provides an in-depth overview of the problems observed. Observations were made on the implementation of capacity building training which was carried out for three days in three consecutive forces. The research instrument is the researcher himself.
USE OF GUIDED INQUIRY LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE SKILLS OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE PROCESS TO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Sahlan, Noor Lailah
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019): November
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The purpose of this study is to determine the extent to which students 'science process skills in Biology subjects can be increased through the use of Guided Inquiry learning models and to know students' responses to learning that has been implemented as a reflection of learning. This research was conducted at SMAN 1 Kota Tangerang Selatan on students of class XII Science. This research uses Classroom Action Research (CAR)  methods. The results showed that the use of Guided Inquiry learning models in Biology concepts of plant growth and development concepts can provide positive and significant improvements to students' science process skills.
INVESTMENT OPTIMIZATION FOR APEC MEMBER COUNTRIES (ECONOMIC STUDIES & CHALLENGE OF DPMPTSP-DKI JAKARTA) Putra, Budya Pryanto; Nababan, Aleknaek Martua
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019): November
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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is one of the economic indicators that is currently getting special attention from the government. This is because the presence of Foreign Direct Investment has a direct and indirect influence on economic performance in a country. The purpose of this analysis is to find out how big the role of indicators of ease of doing business, especially the starting a business and dealing with construction permits, which was initiated by the World Bank in influencing Foreign Direct Investment on APEC member countries. The method of this study is a causal relationship with multiple linear regression analysis using the Generalized Method of Moments to estimate the parameter. The results obtained from this analysis are that the starting a business has a considerable role in foreign direct investment in addition to the economic control variables in the form of Real GDP, Labor Force, and Human Development Index. The conclusion of this study is starting a business and the Human Development Index has a very vital role in the development of investment for the Asia Pacific region.
ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROJECT-BASED LEARNING MODEL IN INTERNAL AUDIT LEARNING AT THE CIVIL SERVANT AS MILLENIAL GENERATIONS Kamal, Mustofa
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019): November
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This action research aims to assess the effectiveness of internal audit learning in the training of BPKP?s civil servant's candidates. There is a gap between internal audit conceptual learning with the background of 24 trainees as Millenials generations with technological capabilities and low social care. Then, the internal audit learning process must be in line with their characters through project-based learning models. The research method uses qualitative and quantitative through ?making PKA and KKA project?. Learning effectiveness was assessed by trainers qualitatively through action observations and quantitatively through pre-test and post-test. Assessment from training participants also used through online surveys. The results show that all training participants have been active and able to make the PKA-KKA project, 79,17%. Quantitative achievement in pre-test and post-test shows increasing in average pre-post tests, 39,57, from average pre-test, 60,21, have been average post-test, 99,58. T paired test indicates P-value with 0,0000 or significant positive. On the other hand, a qualitative assessment with participants? online surveys showed that 59.1% of participants rated learning as having improved internal audit understanding and 52,38% suggest to continued implementation of the project-based learning model. This finding shows project-based learning models in the internal audit learning process was effective in the training of BPKP?s civil servant's candidates.
STRATEGY TO RESPOND GRATIFICATION BY IDENTIFYING GIFT-GIVING TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE Nazifah, Lisa
Monas: Jurnal Inovasi Aparatur Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019): November
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Gratification often called as the root of corruption. Gift-giving is usually considered a common tradition that has been entrenched in community life in Indonesia. However, it should be confirmed that even the slightest gift to civil servants or state administrators can be considered as an act of bribery if the gift is related to their position and contrary to their obligations or duties. Numerous gratification practices that lead to bribery have still been found indicating the lack of understanding and intention of civil servants in addressing gratification based on the regulation applied. The study is performed using qualitative descriptive methods with a description of the topic related. Data collected by observing study group discussion at Diklat Prajabatan for a non-permanent teacher in DKI Jakarta year 2018. The identification of gratification can be self-performed by recognizing the motive of the gift-giving act using PROVE IT (Purposes, Rule, Openness, Value, Ethics, Identity, and Timing). Besides, the improved understanding of the rights and obligations as a public servant as well as the change of mindset would initially provide the capability for every civil servant and state administrators in addressing gratification wisely and applicably. The integrity of civil servants is an indicator of a clean and corruption-free government that leads to good and accountable governance. 

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