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EMPLOYER BRANDING OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSMES) IN INDONESIA Purusottama, Ambara; Trilaksono, Teddy; Ardianto, Ari
Jurnal Riset Manajemen dan Bisnis (JRMB) Fakultas Ekonomi UNIAT Vol 4 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Economic Faculty, Attahiriyah Islamic University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (93.889 KB) | DOI: 10.36226/jrmb.v4i1.250

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This study attempts to narrow the gaps that exist in the literature about branding in the context of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). The research method used is a qualitative approach through in-depth interviews with Owners, Managing Directors, and Human Resource Managers in MSMEs. The results of this study indicate that the UMKM employer branding is still limited to intention. It can be seen from the absence of programs or activities that support employer branding programs that are felt directly by their employees. This is induced by the focus of MSME businessmen who are still on fundamental issues such as financial constraints and the absence of loyal consumers. The results of this study can be used by educators or stakeholders in Indonesian MSMEs as a reference for formulating employer branding approaches and strategies that are in line with the characteristics of MSMEs in Indonesia. Keywords: Employer branding, Human resources management, Micro, small and medium enterprises
Supply and Demand Analysis of Indonesia’s Subsidized Housing Program Setiawati, Isti Budhi; Trilaksono, Teddy; Aurelia, Vanessa
Economics Development Analysis Journal Vol 9 No 3 (2020): Economics Development Analysis Journal
Publisher : Economics Development Department, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i3.39016

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For a large proportion of Indonesian people, owning a home is merely a dream, especially since house prices continue to rise. Consequently, an increasing number of low-income people (MBR) are not able to own their own homes. This has encouraged the Indonesian Government to release the 13th Economic Policy Package, The Million House Program, and several other financing policies to help MBR obtain affordable housing. In this investigation, an analysis is conducted on the supply and demand of MBR housing in Indonesia. Policy development recommendations to decrease the size of the housing backlog are also provided. This research utilizes the panel data method to analyze data from 34 provinces in Indonesia over a period of 5 years, also by gathering primary data with FGD method toward the property business owners and authorized local government whose in charge in subsidized housing policy. The results illustrate that the human population is the sole factor that affects the growing demand for subsidized housing. Possible solutions to accommodate this increase in demand include a building rights title (HGB), like the financing scheme, and the development of flats, rather than individual housing methods.
Supply and Demand Analysis of Indonesia’s Subsidized Housing Program Setiawati, Isti Budhi; Trilaksono, Teddy; Aurelia, Vanessa
Economics Development Analysis Journal Vol 9 No 3 (2020): Economics Development Analysis Journal
Publisher : Economics Development Department, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/edaj.v9i3.39016

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For a large proportion of Indonesian people, owning a home is merely a dream, especially since house prices continue to rise. Consequently, an increasing number of low-income people (MBR) are not able to own their own homes. This has encouraged the Indonesian Government to release the 13th Economic Policy Package, The Million House Program, and several other financing policies to help MBR obtain affordable housing. In this investigation, an analysis is conducted on the supply and demand of MBR housing in Indonesia. Policy development recommendations to decrease the size of the housing backlog are also provided. This research utilizes the panel data method to analyze data from 34 provinces in Indonesia over a period of 5 years, also by gathering primary data with FGD method toward the property business owners and authorized local government whose in charge in subsidized housing policy. The results illustrate that the human population is the sole factor that affects the growing demand for subsidized housing. Possible solutions to accommodate this increase in demand include a building rights title (HGB), like the financing scheme, and the development of flats, rather than individual housing methods.
Gula Aren: Si Hitam Manis Pembawa Keuntungan dengan Segudang Potensi Angelita Lingawan; Dio Nugraha; Earlene Jessica; Edwin Aprianto; Geovanny Geovanny; Muhammad Ardhito; Philbert Japit; Teddy Trilaksono*
Journal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Indonesia Vol 1 No 1 (2019): Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Indonesia (JPMI)
Publisher : Pusat Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (PPKM) Universitas Prasetiya Mulya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1633.052 KB) | DOI: 10.21632/jpmi.1.1.1-25

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Palm sugar is one of a well known type of sugar from Indonesia, where back then there are so many people working as a palm sugar farmers as a livelihood for everyday life. Nowadays, people who work as palm sugar farmers is decreasing due to the depletion of palm sugar resources and a shift in the community's perspective on the profession of palm sugar farmers in Pakuon Village. Even though the demand of the palm sugar is increasing both domestically and internationally, given the many benefits offered by the palm sugar. This study aims to improve the welfare of palm sugar farmers in Pakuon Village with the development of aspects of production, marketing, and prospects for products that can be produced from palm sugar. The result is an improvement in the production perspective by increasing security which affects farmers' productivity levels. From the marketing perspective, consignment to stalls and packaging is equipped with a logo and contact number increases its brand awareness. Last but not least, the product itself could be develop into another new product called “klepon”, klepon is one of the most famous traditional food in Indonesia and becoming a trend in Pakuon Village because we are pioneer to introduce klepon in Pakuon Village.
Leadership change design: a professional learning community (PLC) project in eastern Indonesia Teddy Trilaksono; Ambara Purusottama; Ifa Hanifah Misbach; Irfan Hary Prasetya
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 8, No 1: March 2019
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (483.416 KB) | DOI: 10.11591/ijere.v8i1.15662

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A professional learning community (PLC) is a long-term sustainable program that can replace professional development (PD) to enable teachers to become teacher leaders and school principals to become instructional leaders. Using a case study from the establishment of the PLC project in 10 schools of Eastern Indonesia (Saparua island, Maluku), this research develops a progressive leadership change model through an ADDIE instructional design that changes school leadership. The research aims to investigate how to identify the most effective leadership change model by exploring differrent forms of learning communities between school principals and teachers. Using an action research approach to solve the problem, the data were collected over a 10-month period when the PLC project activities took place and embedded them as empirical materials that complement each other. The findings show that the leadership change design through PLC runs effectively if value alignment occurs between school principals and teachers after the open environment is established. The data also highlight that aligned values must be embedded as school identities, whereas a school principal must act as a change leader in order to ensure that these changes are sustainable. This study concludes by proposing policy recommendations for policy makers and education stakeholders on how to develop PD and PLC in Indonesian schools.
The presence and persistence of entrepreneurship education In Indonesia: a cross sectional study Ambara Purusottama; Teddy Trilaksono
International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) Vol 8, No 1: March 2019
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (334.69 KB) | DOI: 10.11591/ijere.v8i1.16528

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This study aims to improve an understanding of the contribution of entrepreneurship education (EE) in Indonesia’s higher education. Even though the contribution of EE to global education is contested at the present time by many scholars, the evaluation of EE implementation in Indonesia is necessary in order to improve educated entrepreneurs. The study used a cross-sectional approach in the Universitas Prasetiya Mulya which is divided into the first, second, and third years. Valid questionnaire reached 924 respondents. The findings show that EE's contribution in Indonesia has more influence on attitudes and perceived behavioral control. However, other findings indicate that the contribution of EE is still not fully persistent due to a sharp decline in the regression coefficient, especially from subjective norm and perceived behavioral control in the students third year while attitude consistently contributes significant role and has an increasing contribution.
Do corporate and Sharia compliance governance affect enterprise risk management implementation? Yang Elvi Adelina; Teddy Trilaksono; Rosdiana Rohi-Mone
Jurnal Keuangan dan Perbankan Vol 24, No 1 (2020): January 2020
Publisher : University of Merdeka Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (495.278 KB) | DOI: 10.26905/jkdp.v24i1.3768

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The growth of Sharia banking assets in Indonesia greatly influenced by the scalability of Sharia banking businesses, which is supported by an increase in good corporate governance. The banking industry in general functions very closely with risk. This means that banks acutely need a risk-based management approach that is now being developed by the regulator with an integrated approach through Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). Other specific aspects of governance in Sharia banking include governance for compliance with Sharia aspects (Sharia compliance governance). The method used in this study is multiple regression analysis. We intended to examine the influence of general and Sharia governance mechanisms that exist in Indonesian Sharia banking with the level of ERM implementation. We indicated that the presence of the risk management committee, independent audit committee, and Sharia compliance audits positively and significantly affect ERM implementation. This study expected to be beneficial especially to provide input on governance policies for both banks and regulators.JEL Classification: G29, G30 How to Cite:Adelina, Y. E., Trilaksono, T., Rohi-Mone, R. (2020). Do corporate and Sharia compliance governance affect the enterprise risk management implementation?Jurnal Keuangan dan Perbankan, 24(1), 1-19.DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/jkdp.v24i1.3768
Entrepreneurship Education Strategy in Higher Education in ASEAN: Competitive Intelligence and Readiness to Change Teddy Trilaksono; Leonis Marchalina; Sasmoko Sasmoko; Yasinta Indrianti; Nurul Aqilah Binti Muhammad Yusak
APMBA (Asia Pacific Management and Business Application) Vol 10, No 3 (2022)
Publisher : Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Brawijaya University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.apmba.2022.010.03.1

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This study presents empirical evidence on the condition of entrepreneurship education from universities in ASEAN countries facing the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Survey data was obtained from 174 lecturers in five ASEAN countries and was analysed using a normality test with PP-plot and a linearity test. The urge of this study is to integrate the managerial and marketing skills in the entrepreneurship education curriculum in higher education in the face of a rapidly changing global business condition. The government must ensure that higher education institution (HEI) in the country creates a business ecosystem in the internal campus environment or encourages students to seek a business ecosystem outside the HEI and creates mentors from lecturers to accompany these students. Theoretically, this study has expanded the theory of entrepreneurship education, competitive intelligence, and readiness to change in the context of ASEAN institutions. In practice, this study helps in preparing an entrepreneurship education agenda for both leaders and educators who influence entrepreneurship education to become more effective, so that their students can apply their entrepreneurship skills after they graduate.
BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF DMAIC METHODOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION IN SERVICE COMPANIES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY Ivan Evander Subagyo; Dewi Saraswati; Teddy Trilaksono; Muhammad Setiawan Kusmulyono
Jurnal Aplikasi Manajemen Vol 18, No 4 (2020)
Publisher : Jurusan Manajemen Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Brawijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.jam.2020.018.04.19

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The DMAIC (Define, Measurement Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology of Six Sigma has been widely recognized as a breakthrough process improvement strategy for application among human resources that offers an impressive reduction in defects or errors in many business processes. Even though Six Sigma’s DMAIC was predominantly applied in the manufacturing industry, recent studies have revealed that it has been implemented effectively in the service industry as well. This article aims to explore the benefits and the fundamental challenges of DMAIC implementation as a student’s course project in five Indonesian service companies. An exploratory study was conducted to provide a clear understanding of DMAIC method implementation in service companies. A similar challenge, the lack of openness of the company, was found across cases. Several enhancements in company performance were identified, including improved customer satisfaction, reduction in delivery errors, and shorter waiting time. This research also highlighted the usage of some non-statistical tools and techniques that effectively contribute to each phase of the DMAIC method. Lastly, all five companies reported that these improvement projects offer positive benefits, including increased revenue and cost reduction.
COMMUNITY-BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MODEL TO BOOST ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMITMENT IN RURAL MICRO ENTERPRISES Ambara Purusottama; Teddy Trilaksono; Agus W. Soehadi
MIX: JURNAL ILMIAH MANAJEMEN Vol 8, No 2 (2018): MIX: Jurnal Ilmiah Manajemen
Publisher : Universitas Mercu Buana

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (465.466 KB) | DOI: 10.22441/mix.2018.v8i2.015

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Abstract. Micro enterprises (MEs) have been proven to be significant contributors to the national economy, particularly for marginal communities. However, only a few programs are aimed to encourage ME improvement, especially in rural areas. The community-based entrepreneurship (CBE) program led by higher education institutions has been recognized as an effective instrument to accelerate capacity building for marginal communities. This research aims to determine the effectiveness of this program in boosting entrepreneurial commitment of rural MEs to help them develop their business. Applying the theory of planned behavior (TPB) framework, this research applies a direct survey to respondents from rural MEs. Then to analyze both data and output, this study applies PLS-SEM tool with SmartPLS software. Results reveal that social factors (social pressure and environmental influence) do not incline rural ME entrepreneurs to develop their business. Attitude factors (entrepreneurial benefit and willingness to take a risk) become the most dominant variables, and consistently have an impact on rural ME entrepreneurs in developing their business. To implement the business development of rural ME, perceived behavioral control becomes a main determinant. Demographic profiles (age, gender, and eduction) is also heavily as influential factors.