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Penentuan Kriteria Evaluasi Kinerja Widyaiswara Menggunakan Nominal Group Technique Rohmatulloh, R; Kusumastuti, Retno; Shiddiq, Julian Ambassadur
Jurnal Teknik Industri Vol 17, No 2 (2016): Agustus
Publisher : Department Industrial Engineering, University of Muhammadiyah Malang

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The role of competent trainers as an important part in creating an organizing  system of the  qualified training program. To improve the competencyof trainers to match the expected criteria, trainers evaluation of performance as the basic tools are needed. The purpose of this study is to determine the criteria or parameters that used in evaluating trainers performance. Determination of criteria is using the groupdecision-making techniques, namely nominal group technique (NGT).  The NGT participants are trainer and planner. Successful criteria in consensus are established by the suitability of substance with the competence attended training, training participant satisfaction in classroom teaching ability, and the achievement of credit points. The criteria can be used as a reference for the evaluation and the results can be used for the appropriate competencies development that suitable with trainers requirement. The use of NGT is more effective to generate many ideas and determination of evaluation criteria.
Analisis Imposeks pada Keong Macan (Babylonia spirata spirata) Sebagai Bioindikator Cemaran Tributyltin di Pelabuhan Tanjung Mas Semarang Kusumastuti, Retno; Widianingsih, Widianingsih; Tri Nuraini, Ria Azizah
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Publisher : Departemen Ilmu Kelautan, Fakultas PerikanJurusan Ilmu Kelautan, Universitas Diponegoro

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A biondicator approach in knowing the possible contamination of Tributyltin in the water of the Port of Tanjung Mas Semarang study has been carried out analysis imposex the tiger snail (B. spirata spirata). During April-Mei 2013, a total of 127 of the tiger snail were collected from study areas. Analysis on male sexual organs characteristics in female of the tiger snail indicated the extensive imposex phenomenom in study areas with frequency of imposex in population of the tiger snail in the Port of Tanjung Mas Semarang up to 50,84% where size of pseudopenis in female imposex of the tiger snail (± 3-10 mm) with a value of Relative Penis Size Index 93,172% with sex ratio between male of the tiger snail and female is 1:3.
Open Innovation in E-Procurement Implementation at PT AL Gumay Khotibul Umam; Retno Kusumastuti
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 4, No 4 (2021): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute November
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v4i4.3220

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PT AL is a leading company in Indonesia in the field of Datacom, Telecommunications, and ICT for more than 30 years. Companies in this field prefer external parties compared to internal parties in developing e-procurement systems. This study reveals how open innovation is implemented in an e-procurement system and how open innovation in e-procurement implementation must be adjusted by the organization's internal regulations. The purpose of this study is to provide an in-depth analysis of how private companies use e-procurement implementation and how open innovation is carried out on the e-procurement system. This research was conducted with a qualitative approach and the type of research was ethnography, the authors made observations, field notes, and in-depth interviews with company structures and partners who helped develop the system. The results of this study indicate that open innovation can affect the company's operational performance. Furthermore, open innovation is an internal consideration for developing the system because it becomes more practical and there is an exchange of knowledge between the two parties. This research can provide benefits to the academic and practical world, especially the theme of open innovation of e-procurement systems in private companies.
Developing Innovation Capability of SME through Contextual Ambidexterity Kusumastuti, Retno; Safitri, Nurul; Khafian, Nidaan
BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi
Publisher : UI Scholars Hub

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The word "ambidexterity" can be interpreted as the capability of an organization that simultaneously implement innovation activities both in exploratory and exploitative manner. The organization that implement these two types of innovation activity is called ambidextrous organization. In general, the studies on ambidextrous organization in the past mainly focused on structural ambidexterity whereas studies on contextual ambidexterity still got less attention. The contextual ambidexterity can be achieved through the provision of context that allow employees to implement both activities on exploration and exploitation. The Depok City in West Java was one of the municipalities that see a growing number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). According to a data from the Depok Agency for Markets, Cooperatives and SMEs, the total number of SMEs was 2,400 units, consisting of 2,352 smaller merchants and 48 medium enterprises. The aim of this research paper was to elaborate on how far the SMEs in Depok could adopt the study of contextual ambidexterity. The research itself utilized qualitative approach with mixed methods research as its methodology by the use of questionnaires and in-depth interviews. The questionnaires were distributed to the owners of SMEs with purposive sampling technique whereas in-depth interviews were conducted on SME actors. The measurement on contextual ambidexterity was conducted with the instrument that was developed by Ghosbal and Bartlett (in Birkinshaw and Gibson, 2004). The research results indicated the capability of an organization to innovate was created through the context of organization in the form of performance management and social support. The designs of both performance management and social support from the organization could provide the context that would support the employees to perform innovative acts both in exploitative and exploratory sense.
Ownership Structure and Performance of Public Companies Listed in the Indonesian Stock Exchange Wasef, Raden Mouna; Kusumastuti, Retno
BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi
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The aim of this study is to find out if the concentration of the biggest shareholder, the control rights and the ratio of cash flow rights-control rights of the controlling shareholders contributed to profitability. This study uses purposive sampling technique in collecting the data and linear panel regression in analysing the panel data. The result of this study shows that the ownership concentration of the biggest shareholders has positive impact to company profitability as big shareholders have bigger incentive and thus better chance to do supervision upon the management. The study also found that the control rights concentration of controlling shareholders have negative effect to profitability since more concentrated power of the controlling shareholders made the shareholders position stronger and may incline them to gain individual profit which in turn will reduce the company’s profit. On the contrary, higher ratio of cash flow rights to-control rights contributed positively to profitability because higher cash flow rights will tend to prevent the controlling shareholders from expropriating the company’s assets.
Analysis of The Impacts of Family Ownership on a Company’s Costs of Debt PERDANA, IDA BAGUS PUTRA; KUSUMASTUTI, RETNO
BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi
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There is an increasing trend among investors to consider Good Corporate Governance (GCG) in determining company incentives are to be invested in. Obviously, investors would prefer to make investments in companies that adopt Good Corporate Governance rather than otherwise. This view has eventually led to a belief that GCG can give added values not only to the adopting company, but also to the stakeholders. This research analyzes the impacts of family ownership and founding CEO/chairperson on a company’s costs of debt. This topic is chosen in consideration that there are still a lot of family-owned companies in Indonesia. The research uses a positivist-quantitative paradigm and the samples are 64 family-owned companies listed at the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2007 to 2009. The research also uses a random effect model. The results of the research indicate that family ownership has positive but insignificant impacts, while founding CEO/chairperson has no impacts on a company’s costs of debt.
Analysis of Ownership Structure Effect on Economic Value Added Henryani, Friska Fardhina; Kusumastuti, Retno
BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi
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Ownership structure has a direct relationship with company’s capital structure where the cost of capital is the main component in the calculation of economic value added to measure the value of the firm. This research aims to analyze the effect of ownership structure that consists of managerial ownership, public ownership, institutional ownership, and government ownership on economic value added, used as a measurement of the firm value. This research uses an unbalanced panel data of 182 observations data of all listed companies in the period of 2007-2011 that issued dividend regularly every year during the research’s year. The result shows: (1) managerial ownership has no significant effect on economic value added, (2) public ownership has a significant positive effect on economic value added, (3) institutional ownership has a significant positive effect on economic value added, (4) government ownership has no significant effect on economic value added, (5) ownership structure (managerial ownership, public ownership, institutional ownership, government ownership) simultaneously has a significant positive effect on economic value added.
Implementation of Good Governance Principles and Their Role on Performance in Village Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) Hanafi Hanafi; Retno Kusumastuti
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i2.5324

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The research in the form of community service that the author conducted has the aim of analyzing how the implementation of Transparency, responsiveness, professionalism, rule of law vision strategic has been applied to contribute to the performance of Village Owned Enterprises (BUMD). The survey was conducted using a descriptive and exploratory qualitative approach. The research was conducted using a descriptive exploratory qualitative approach. The data were obtained through interviews with competence to explain the state of the South Maja Bumdes. The purpose of this research is to find that governance practices with the principles of transparency, responsiveness, professionalism, rule of law, and vision strategies can hinder the performance of Village Owned Enterprises (BUMDes). The research to be carried out is a qualitative descriptive exploratory research. The author obtained data from informants through interviews, the informants used were competent parties and had knowledge about the activities of Bumdes in Maja Selatan Village. The results survey this will be used as input and evaluation material for improving the performance of the South Maja Bumdes, Maja District, Majalengka Regency. The results of research conducted by Kurniasih (2014) explained that the poor performance of Bumdes was partly due to the inability of managers to create efficiency, effectiveness, and weak responsiveness. This condition can be seen from the suboptimal local village resources in the management of the Bumdes, as well as the weak participation of the community in the management of the Bumdes. Sofyani, et al. (2019) provides an explanation that the determining factors in improving the performance of Bumdes are the involvement and enthusiasm of the community, the competence of Bumdes managers, education and training for Bumdes managers, honest behavior, good teamwork, good communication, kind, transparent and responsible.
Relationship Between Employee Engagement and Innovative Behavior: Empirical Study of PT Bank BRI Syariah Tbk in DKI Jakarta, West Java, and Banten Izzatuddin, Syahid; Kusumastuti, Retno
Jurnal Administrasi Bisnis Vol 10, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Diponegoro

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The innovative behavior of employee is one of the important triggers in the production of company innovation. Employee engagement is an important factor in encouraging employees to behave innovatively. This study focuses on the relationship between employee engagement and innovative behavior of Bank BRI Syariah employees in the provinces of DKI Jakarta, West Java and Banten. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between employee engagement and innovative behavior. This study used a quantitative research approach with data collection techniques through online questionnaire. The sample in this study were 98 permanent employees of Bank BRI Syariah from various areas of responsibility within the provinces of DKI Jakarta, West Java, and Banten. This study used several data analysis techniques, namely the reliability and validity of the questionnaire, descriptive analysis, and the coefficient of correlation test between variables. The results showed a positive and significant relationship between employee engagement and innovative behavior. This study recommends that companies pay more attention to the level of their employee engagement as it has a positive relationship with innovative behavior of the employees, which in turn can increase the company’s innovation potential.
Indigenous Tourism Concept of Building Friendly Tourism for Indigenous Baduy People: Literature Study Rida Aulia; Retno Kusumastuti
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute May
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

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Indigenous tourism has not become a priority approach in encouraging the tourism potential of the Baduy community which is managed by tourism stakeholders. Limited studies on the concept of indigenous tourism have made local parties focus only on promoting their culture and natural environment. This article aims to find out 1) how the steps of Lebak Regency tourism stakeholders in managing Baduy tourism through the indigenous concept. The research method was carried out qualitatively, through literature study. The results show that indigenous tourism is relevant as an alternative approach in managing cultural tourism that is friendly to the environment of the Baduy indigenous people. And the main key to indigenous tourism in Baduy lies in the management of control on the environment, community, industry and appropriate marketing strategies to harmonize environmental and Baduy culture conservation issues which have not been the focus of local governments.