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The influence of Organizational Support and Management of Employee Performance Marketing in Mediation by Competence -, Magus Sitindaon; Hery Winoto Tj; Melitina Tecoalu
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.102

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These studies identify and analyze the implications of organizational support, management support, and employee competence on employee performance marketing. The study population was all employees of the marketing BPR Nusantara Bona Pasogit Group Region of West Java and Banten, which amounted to 115 people. Probability sampling technique is made to sampling, a total of 115 respondents who are employees of the marketing BPR Nusantara Bona Pasogit Group Region of West Java and Banten became the sample in the study. This study uses the approach of analysis of structural equation (SEM) using smartPLS. The results of the analysis indicates organizational support has an influence on employee performance marketing at BPR Nusantara Bona Pasogit (NBP) Group Region of West Java and Banten, as well as management support affect the performance of employees marketing at BPR Nusantara Bona Pasogit (NBP) Group Region of West Java and Banten.Disampingitu found also that the support of the organization affect the competence of employees of marketing at BPR Nusantara Bona Pasogit (NBP) Group Region of West Java and Banten.
Decision Support System for Cloud Computing Service Selection Using the Weighted Product Method (Case Study: PT. Deptech Digital Indonesia) saputra, dedi; Kudiantoro Widianto; Tyas Setiyorini; Ibnu Alfarobi
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.103

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The selection of cloud computing services requires careful consideration and review. Some aspects of the criteria that must be considered such as direct selection between services that take a long time and need to be done repeatedly. Decision Support System with Weighted Product (WP) method is an effective method because the time needed for calculation is much shorter. The purpose of this research is to apply Weighted Product (WP) method in the decision support system to choose cloud computing services where as a case study is PT Deptech Digital Indonesia, so that it can make it easier for companies to make decisions according to their needs. The calculation results using the WP method give preference to the top 3 services: Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. This proves that research with the WP method can be applied to various services that will be used in the future according to predetermined criteria. Based on these results, the system can recommend cloud computing services according to the needs and a good level of accuracy.
Peanut Productivity Under The Albizia Stand With Agroforestry System In Community Forest, Magetan East Java Indonesia susanto, anang; M Winarni; Parwi
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.104

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An effort to meet the national food need is by utilizing productive forest areas under albizia stands. Food stuff such as peanuts can grow under albizia forest stands. The purpose of this research was to know success of agroforestry system implemented to tree after initial release of contract. This study was conducted under albizia stand of state forest Magetan in East Java. Research design was used in this study was randomized block design. 5- year- old albizia stages with 0%, 25%, 50 % trimming intensity with plant spacing of 3 m x 4 m, Albizia trees that used for this comparison as many as 90 albizia trees. Results showed that soil lies under 5-year-old albizia trees still produced peanut with highest weights 129 g/m and lowest weight 117 g/m2 while highest biomass about 115.10 g and lowest biomass about 98.23 g. Application of agroforestry system under 5-year-old albizia stand is still good and intensive, creating work, improving social welfare, local community opinion change into positive perceptions for forestry development, forest protection, forest fire prevention, reducing rapid forest degradation and environmental quality conservation of forest areas.
The relationship of Religiosity With Attitudes of Adolescents In Prevention of HIV/AIDS Infection Ns. Syam’ani; Desty Natalia Damayanthi; Berthiana T
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.106

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HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and AIDS (Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome) is one of the sexually transmitted diseases that attack the immune system of sufferers and can lead to death. This study uses the correlation with cross sectional approach. The sampling technique used in the study simple random sampling. Results:the results of the study showed respondents aged between 15-18 years old with 43 people sex men (53,1%), the female gender as much as 38 respondents (46.9%). The religiosity of young students the most in both categories as many as 53 respondents (65,4%) and attitude in the prevention of HIV/AIDS infection in the positive category as much as 64 respondents (79,0%). Based on the analysis provided by kendall's Tau (τ) there is a meaningful relationship between religiosity and attitudes in the prevention of HIV infection/AIDS with the result p= 0.000 which means ρ value <0.05. Based on these results it can be concluded there is a relationship between Religiosity with Attitudes of Adolescents In Prevention of HIV/AIDS Infection in Class XI SMAN 3 Palangka Raya.
Investigating Business Drives : Intellectual Capital To Marketing Mix Panjaitan, Roymon; Muhammad Iqbal Fassa; Deddy Sulaimawan; Dian Indriyani
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.107

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This paper examines the relation of intellectual capital relations in consumer behaviour with social media to the effectiveness of the marketing mix. Sampling as much as 98 responding with the type of sampling quota, data collection techniques with the questionnaire and interviews. The test coefficient of Path in PLS-SEM is used in this study to contribute data from the analysis of the path of consumer behaviour by using social media. Results found that variables of consumer behaviour and social media advertising have a significant effect on the marketing mix, whereas intellectual capital as a liaison variable is not significantly influenced by consumer behaviour and does not significantly affect the marketing mix. Total direct and indirect influence of consumer behaviour variables 54.4% and social media variables at 40.8% to the marketing mix
The Relationship of Knowledge With The Self-Management of Diabetes Clients Diabetes Mellitus Untung Halajur; Irfan Setiawan
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.108

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Knowledge or cognitive domain is very important for the formation of a person's actions. Knowledge is the main basis for treatment and prevention of diabetes perfect. Someone who has less knowledge about diabetes mellitus will be difficult to prevent the occurrence of diabetes and if a person suffering from diabetes with less knowledge will easily suffer complications of diabetes. Identifying Knowledge Relationships with Self-Management Patient Diabetes Militus in Poli Disease dr. Doris Sylvanus Palangkaraya. This research is quantitative questionnaires. The study design used in the form of cross-sectional analysis, the measurement and data collection only at one time.Measured variables, namely the relationship between knowledge as independent variables and self-management of diabetes mellitus as the dependent variable. Results of the analysis above shows respondents who have a good knowledge with good self-management (82.2%). While knowledge is good with a poor self-management amounted to (17.8%). The results of the analysis the table showed there (48.1%) who had a poor knowledge with good self-management. While knowledge was poor with poor self-management amounted to (51.9%). This study suggests knowledge of Diabetes Militus patients in Poli Disease dr. Doris Sylvanus Palangkaraya in getting significant value p-value of 0.002 or <0.05 that means there is a close relationship between knowledge and self-management of patients with diabetes mellitus.
Analysis of Libles Obscuur in Civil Suits in Medan State Court Danial Syah
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.110

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The research study about first to find out the reasons for the judge declaring a lawsuit unclear or obscure (obscuur libel) and second is to find out the consequences of an unclear or obscure lawsuit (obscuur libel). In this study using qualitative data analysis. The approach method in this research is to use a normative juridical approach, namely an approach that is carried out by collecting secondary data.The results of this study were (1) The reason the judge stated that a lawsuit was unclear or obscure (obscuur libel) were nine factors that caused the claim submitted by the plaintiff to be unacceptable. The nine factors are: (a) The identity of the parties (Plaintiff and Defendant). (b) The object of the lawsuit being litigated is unclear. (c) Petitum lawsuit exceeds the claim posita. (d) Power of attorney does not meet the requirements. (e) The lawsuit is filed by an underage / incapable person. (f) Claims are not filed on time. (g) Incomplete parties. (h) The court is not competent to hear the claim that is submitted. (i) The grounds of the plaintiff's rights are not clear. (2) As a result of a lawsuit is unclear or obscure (obscuur libel), then the person concerned does not accept such a decision, because the decision does not give satisfaction to what he wants from the claim as stated in the lawsuit. Because the verdict cannot be accepted in practice in the District Court based on the consideration that the plaintiff's claim is unacceptable, in fact it is a consideration regarding the subject matter of the case, namely whether the plaintiff is the owner or entitled to the suspect land, it is more appropriate to declare the claim rejected. Therefore, the plaintiff's unclear rights to the object of the lawsuit in dispute are not appropriate to be used as legal considerations to declare the claim unacceptable.
Principles of Good Faith in Harmonization of Partnership Cooperation on the Distribution of Nine Food Ingredients at PT Sarana PanganMadani, Pekanbaru City Yeni Triana; Handana
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.111

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The problem of limited knowledge of partners about agreements or contracts in general, and in particular regarding the principle of good faith in business activities faced by business actors and company management, which generally consists of millennial youth, which can be said to be still lacking in understanding the principle of commitment well, as a guideline in carrying out the actions of a company, especially companies with legal entities, such as Limited Liability Companies, where PT Sarana PanganMadani, has established many partnerships, which of course must keep the relationship harmonious, sometimes the relationship is already running, due to limited knowledge, experience, there was a clash that would definitely hinder good relations, both parties, for example, at the beginning of the negotiation there was an agreement, which gave birth to a partnership to distribute the nine staples, but in its implementation, there were obstacles, which caused Due to the difference in prices, even though at the beginning of the negotiation the price was already agreed to, but there was a change, which was due to an increase in market prices or production prices, so that the price that was agreed upon earlier, of course changed, this change is a problem of misunderstanding between the two parties, according to Partners. PT Sarana PanganMadani, the company raised prices unilaterally, while from the PT stated that due to changes in market prices, this is one example which is a significant obstacle, resulting in inconsistencies in the development of partner businesses which are good business groups providing distribution of nine staples daily activities, as well as providing business capital to develop agricultural land, as well as services, ranging from basic materials to packaging ready to be marketed. In this community service program, the priority issue agreed upon by the PKM FH Unilak proposer together with his partner, PT Sarana PanganMadani, to be resolved is to provide understanding through legal counseling about the principles of good faith in cooperating with the business community. Thus, after the program is implemented, it is hoped that partners will gain a correct understanding and have knowledge of agreements or contracts in general, and in particular the principles of good faith in this partnership. The method that will be used in this community service is to use lectures that will be directly at the PT Sarana PanganMadani office.
Virtual Cycling For Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle Catur Supriyanto; Bing Liu
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.114

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The pandemic era has brought a rapid change in the human health lifestyle. Considering the importance of a healthy lifestyle, many companies have started to promote indoor exercises to encourage a healthy lifestyle. Recently, virtual cycling is one of the popular virtual sports in Asia, European Countries, and the USA. This paper presents the evaluation of virtual cycling for promoting a healthy lifestyle. This paper aims to share a virtual cycling exercise's strengths and challenges based on empirical studies. Document analysis was done on the existing empirical studies from the online journal and news papers articles. The finding suggests that virtual cycling is healthy, fun, and a low-impact virtual form of virtual exercise that becomes a lifestyle. Some recommendation was suggested for the development of virtual cycling for the sustainable health community.
Identification of Financial Distress With Company Size As A Moderating Variables in Southeast Asia Property and Real Estate Industry Deni Sunaryo
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46729/ijstm.v2i1.115

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This study aims to identify Financial Distress with Firm Size as a moderating variable in the property and real estate industry in Southeast Asia for the period 2012-2019. In identifying financial distress, the dimensions of Net Profit Magin, Current Ratio, and Debt To Asset Ratio are used. The sample used in this research is the company's complete financial statements from the 2014–2019 research year of 35 companies obtained by using purposive sampling technique. The data collection technique uses the documentation method, while the data analysis technique uses multiple linear regression analysis which is supported by the classical assumption test, namely the normality test, multicollinearity test, heteroscedasticity test, and autocorrelation test and model test moderation. The results showed that partially the Net Profit Margin, Current Ratio, Debt to Asset Ratio variables partially had a significant effect on Financial Distress, and Net Profit Margin, Current Ratio and Debt to Asset Ratio simultaneously had a significant effect on Financial Distress in the Property and Real Industry. Southeast Asia estate, whereas for the moderation model Firm size does not moderate Net Profit Margin, Current Ratio, Debt to Asset Ratio to Financial Distress. The value of R Square is 53.4%, indicating that the Financial Distress variable is influenced by all NPM, CR and DAR variables, the remaining 46.6% is influenced by other variables outside of this study including changes in exchange rates, differences in inflation, differences in interest rates, independence of the central bank. , economic growth, expectations, and so on. Recommendations for further research are to replace the moderating variables with other dimensions or indicators.