Maydiantoro, Albet and Tusianah, Rias and Isnainy, Usastiawaty C. A. S and Puja Kesuma, Tubagus Ali Rachman and Zainaro, M. Arifki and Nurmalisa, Yunisca (2021) A Literature Review of the Three Elements of Organizational Commitment: The Meaning of the Contribution Score Average. WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS, 18. pp. 679-689. ISSN 1109-9526

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This is a meta-analysis study. The study aims to determine the highest average score and the impact of the three elements of Allen and Meyer’s organizational commitment: Affective Commitment (AC), Normative Commitment (NC), and Continuance Commitment (CC). The author employed Sturgess's interpretation to determine the average score by Very Low, Low, Low Enough, High Enough, High, and Very High. We got that the highest average score of the three components of organizational commitments is the affective commitment (0.704), followed by the normative commitment (0.681), and the last one is the continuance commitment (0.585). We draw the conclusion that a person, basically, wants to be useful to others. Then, she will be able to put aside individual interests for the sake of common interests so that she will dare to bind herself to agreements, rules, and norms for mutual survival (NC). 'As a result of wanting to be useful to others and having the courage to decide to stay together in the rules, she will dare to put aside his transactional self-interest which is centered on personal interests or gain (CC). The scoring average consecutively says that AC is the biggest among of all, NC is less than AC, and CC is the least, implies that a manager should be able to build and maintain the AC as the first priority, followed by the NC. If a manager has been able to build and maintain the AC and NC, she is able to build and maintain the CC automatically.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan (FKIP) > Prodi Pendidikan Ekonomi IPS
Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2022 07:50
Last Modified: 04 Feb 2022 07:50

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