Effect of Leadership and Discipline on Implementation Accounting Information System

Endraria Endraria

Abstract


This study aims to determine the effect of Leadership (X1) and Discipline (X2) on the Implementation of Accounting Information Systems (Y) in the Financial and Asset Management Agency of the Regency, City and Banten Province. This research is exploratory research with quantitative methods. The sampling technique is census, so the sample is 18 employees. This study uses Smartpls 2.0 M3. The results of this study indicate that leadership (X1) affects the Implementation of Accounting Information Systems (Y) and Discipline (X2) affecting the Implementation of Accounting Information Systems (Y) in the Financial and Asset Management Agency of the Regency, City and Banten Province.


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Leadership; Discipline; Implementation of accounting information systems

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