The governance of taman pinteryogyakarta as non-formal education institution in digital era
Rurry Andryanda, Dewi Haryani Susilastuti, Anna Marie Wattie
The Yogyakarta City Government has made innovation by launching the Taman Pintar development program to bring the linkage between the science and technological developments based on culture approach. The Taman Pintar has become a tourist place as well as a place for informal education (edutainment). This study tries to capture the impact of the change in Taman Pintar from open public spaces to semi-business organizations on overall governance. This research uses descriptive method with a qualitative approach. Data were collected through observation, in-depth interview, and documentation studies. The results of the study show that changes to semi-business organizations make rapid changes in employee turnover and have an impact on reducing internalization of the vision and mission in carrying out their work. The use of existing resources such as learning digital teaching aids has not been used optimally and is not properly and periodically treated.