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Analisis Desk Research Kebijakan Technology Transfer Office Sebagai Solusi Hambatan Teknologi Transfer di Lembaga Litbang Indonesia Aditya Wisnu Pradana; Anugerah Yuka Asmara; Budi Triyono; Ria Jayanthi; Anggini Dinaseviani; Purwadi; Wahid Nashihuddin
Matra Pembaruan: Jurnal Inovasi Kebijakan Vol 5 No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Research and Development Agency Ministry of Home Affairs

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21787/mp.5.1.2021.1-12


The government-owned research and development institutions (lembaga litbang) has been established for a long time; units under the ministries, universities, or an independent institution structure called the Non-Ministry Government Institutions in the field of Research and Technology (LPNK Ristek). However, the long course of LPNK Ristek is measured to be not in line with the output of the research and development (R&D) due to its minimal contribution in commercializing the results to its users. This study aims to provide a depth understanding of the form of policy design as the result of low commercialization of R&D results in Indonesia along with existing technology transfer policies. This study also proposes new policy alternatives, namely the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) to improve the existing policy. The approach of this study is qualitative with the desk research method, where the data sources used are obtained through secondary sources from written documents, scientific journals, scientific books, archives, related policies or regulations, and searches from the websites of related institutions. The data sources were published in the period 1996 to 2020. The results of this study found that there were three obstacles to technology transfer in Indonesian R&D institutions, namely the lack of funding, limited quality and quantity of human resources, and a rigid institutional structure that hindered the function of technology transfer. This study also recommends the TTO policy as an alternative technology transfer policy with four main instruments, namely (1) the government activities involved, (2) the structure of the delivery system either directly or indirectly, (3) the degree of centralization, and (4) the degree of automation with funding mechanisms, human resources, and institutions in the form of a Public Service Agency (BLU).
Inovasi Pelayanan Publik di China: Suatu Pembelajaran bagi Pemerintah dalam Peningkatan Layanan Publik di Indonesia Purwadi Purwadi; Anugerah Yuka Asmara; Wahid Nashihuddin; Aditya Wisnu Pradana; Anggini Dinaseviani; Ria Jayanthi
Jurnal Administrasi dan Kebijakan Publik Vol 5 No 1 (2020): Volume 5 No 1 2020 April
Publisher : Laboratorium Administrasi Publik FISIP Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jakp.5.1.86-113.2020


Innovation is becoming a warming issue to be often discussed by many actors like academician, politician, and business sectors at global world recently. Innovation is basically a better change of an organization, it is firstly applied in private sector. Development of current literature in public administration science, innovation emerges as a conceptual discourse stuff that is then sounded into public sector. Innovation practice in private sector is different to public sector. Innovation practice in public sector, particularly in public services is one of interesting things to be discussed in this study because China is one of economics superpower in the world that is able to innovate at midst totally strong political control from central government. Issue of public service innovation is critical issue which is linear with economic growth in China. This study is a research using qualitative-descriptive method with the source derived from secondary data, and this study is called as a desk research. This research finding is that innovation practices at public service which is successfully conducted by Government of China can be adopted by Government of Indonesia by adjusting key points for implementing innovation of public services in Indonesia. It is important that Government of Indonesia must seek an alternative way to find an appropriate model to implement best practices of public service innovation adopted from China.