Penerapan Corporate Governance Perguruan Tinggi Islam

Moh. Subhan


The concept of good governance can be interpreted as a reference for the process and structure of good political and socio-economic relations. Human interest is the strongest factor that currently affects both the bad and the achievement of a country and good governance. PTAIN in the future will be faced with a reality of intense competition. Competition does not only come from within the country but also from abroad. At times like that, if a PTAIN wants to remain in existence and be taken into account, in addition to carrying out strategic steps as mentioned above it must also be able to perform excel in accordance with the times among other universities.


Implementation, Corporate Governance, State Islamic Universities


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