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Public sector management: indispensable facilitating factors in sculpting organizational ambidexterity

Tukiran, Martinus and Sunaryo, Widodo and Ghufron, Nurul and Rusli, Zil Irvan and Dalilah, Elih (2022): Public sector management: indispensable facilitating factors in sculpting organizational ambidexterity. Published in: POLISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES , Vol. 25, No. 1 (28 June 2022): pp. 425-440.

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Organisational ambidexterity, the ability of the organisation to maintain dual attention on exploitation (processing and refining the core production) and exploration (prospecting activities for new opportunities and innovation) to support sustainable growth, has been widely applied in a business organisation. However, the concept of organisational ambidexterity applied in public and nonprofit organisations currently facing unprecedented challenges in carrying out their mission is not much researched. Under the new reform, a public organisation is not only expected to accomplish the mission but also is expected to be innovative. This study aims to fill in the gap by exploring the strategy of the Indonesian super body organisation known as Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) or Corruption Eradication Commission in achieving organisational ambidexterity. This body is commissioned as in most comparative studies of corruption between countries; Indonesia is on the top of the pyramid. Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) is tested on 200 Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission officers to confirm the underlying factors. The dynamic interactions among management innovation, organisational adaptation, organisational design, and organisational learning to organisational ambidexterity are examined with path analysis. The research shows the significant impact of all variables as causes for organisational ambidexterity. The model is expected to provide the model for government institutions on managing organisational ambidexterity in line with delivering accountability of mandate fulfilment to respective stakeholders by particular reference to business organisations' concept.

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