The Influence of the Implementation of Total Quality Management and the Implementation of Good Governance on the Muzakki Trust (Study on Amil Zakat Institution in Batam City)

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Cahyo Budi Santoso Ahmad Gamal

Abstract

Zakat becomes part of the obligations of Muslims who must be paid and given to those who are entitled to receive zakat. The distribution of zakat which is intended for the recipient and the amount of zakat is often not recorded accurately. There is a discrepancy between the amount of zakat and the number of recipients of zakat. Then a new breakthrough is needed through the implementation of toral quality management and the application of good governance so that it is expected that all incoming zakat and the number of recipients of zakat can be recorded.


This study aims to examine the effect of the implementation of total quality management and the role of good governance on muzakki trust (a study at the Amil Zakat Institute in Batam City). The population in this study is the number of residents of the city of Batam in 2017 amounted to 1,062,250 inhabitants. Determination of the sample using the formula Hair, et al (2010) so that the total sample is 100 respondents. Data analysis using multiple linear regression with SPSS 23.


The results of the study can be concluded that the implementation of total quality management has a significant positive effect on muzakki trust, the application of good governance has a significant negative effect on muzakki trust and the implementation of total quality management and the application of good governance simultaneously has a significant positive effect on muzakki trust.

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Santoso, C. B., & Gamal, A. (2019, November 26). The Influence of the Implementation of Total Quality Management and the Implementation of Good Governance on the Muzakki Trust (Study on Amil Zakat Institution in Batam City). International Conference of Zakat, 268-281. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.37706/iconz.2019.197
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