Authors : Tubagus Rizvi Shavawy, Hendra Lukito.

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 Volume 3 Issue 12

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This study aims to examine the effect of Performance Management on the organizational performance, with empirical studies conducted at Suka bumi Pratama Service Tax Office ( KPP Pratama Sukabumi). Performance Management uses the independent variables Clear and measurable goals, Incentives, Decentralization, and Performance Measurements. While the dependent variable is organizational performance. The population in this study were all employees of KPP Pratama Sukabumi as many as 92 respondents using census techniques, in which all populations were sampled. The study used primary data were analyzed with Smart program. PLS. 3.0. The results of this study indicate that the objectives of the Clear and Measurable Goal, and Decentralization, have a positive but not significant effect on organizational performance, while the incentive variables and Performance Measurement have a positive and significant effect on organizational performance.
Keywords:- Clear and Measurable Goals, Incentives, Decentralization, Performance Measurement, Organizational Performance.