Adaptive Collaborative Management (ACM) Model In Waste Management in Makassar City

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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) | Volume V, Issue III, March 2021 | ISSN 2454–6186

Adaptive Collaborative Management (ACM) Model In Waste Management in Makassar City

Azri Rasul1, Moh. Thahir Haning2, Rakhmat2, Muh. Akmal Ibrahim2
1Department of Administrative Science, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Hasanuddin University
2Department of Public Administration, Graduate Program, Hasanuddin University

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Abstract: This study aims to analyze and to describe waste management in Makassar City from the ACM perspective, seen from the twelve dimensions of ACM, namely bridging organizations, conflict, enabling condition, incentives, knowledge, leadership, learning, networks, organizational interactions, strength empowerment, shared responsibility, and trust. The goal of this study is also to find an ACM model in waste management in Makassar City.This research used a qualitative approach applying a descriptive method. Sources of data are obtained from key informants who are directly related to waste management (primary), and from various literature, articles, journals.. Methods of data collection were observation, interviews and literature review. Data analysis techniques were carried out by (1) data condensation, (2) data display, and (3) conclusion overview/verification. The results showed that 1) five of twelve dimensions studied needed serious attention to be optimized since they have a major influence on the success of ACM, namely the dimensions of liaison organization, possible condition, knowledge, leadership, and learning. Meanwhile, the other dimensions had run even though it was not optimal. 2)The finding of the paper is the design of the ACM n approach model to be used in solving solid waste problems in Makassar City.

Keywords: ACM dimensions, ACM model approach


Makassar City is the center of development of various government, educational, and economic activities that produce goods and services. This city has become a magnet for residents from other regencies/cities in South Sulawesi and even from Eastern Indonesia as a place for trading, studying, and finding jobs. This condition causes the number of people who have activities in Makassar City to be higher than the number of people who have Makassar Identity Card (KTP). The number of people who have a Makassar Identity Card is around 1,508,154 people (Makassar, 2019). As seen from the functional perspective of the city, Makassar is included in the category of a Metropolitan City since its population is more than 1 million.