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International Journal for Applied Information Management
Published by Bright Institute
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27768007     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47738/ijaim
Journal menerbitkan penelitian tentang semua aspek manajemen informasi. Informasi dilihat di sini secara luas untuk mencakup tidak hanya produk/layanan dan proses tetapi juga pasar, dan organisasi serta informasi sosial. Ini termasuk studi tentang proses secara keseluruhan atau tahap individu, masalah seputar mengakses dan menggunakan sumber daya berwujud dan tidak berwujud secara efektif, strategi informasi, alat yang berbeda yang digunakan untuk mengelola informasi, dampak faktor industri, regional, dan nasional, dan implikasi pada kinerja. . IJAIM menyambut baik pekerjaan yang mengeksplorasi manajemen inovasi dalam konteks baru seperti tetapi tidak hanya layanan, organisasi sektor publik, dan perusahaan sosial dan komunitas, informasi sosial, pada satu atau beberapa tingkat termasuk tim atau proyek, organisasi, regional , nasional dan internasional. Makalah yang muncul di IJAIM harus didasarkan pada metode penelitian yang ketat. Mereka juga harus eksplisit tentang implikasi untuk teori dan praktek. Dengan demikian, penulis harus memastikan bahwa kontribusi terhadap keadaan seni diartikulasikan dengan jelas.
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The Influence of Supply Chain Relationships on The Adoption of Open Standards Inter-Organizational Information Systems: A Conceptual Framework Xiaode Pu; Felix Chan; Alain Chong
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): Regular Issue: September 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i3.7

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This study provides a conceptual framework to analyze where the formal and informal inter-organizational interactions influence the adoption decisions of open standards inter-organizational information systems (IOIS). Based on the Internet, open standards IOIS can help companies access to broader markets and make interfirm collaboration much easier and cheaper.In spite of these benefits, open standards IOIS have not been widely adopted by companies for external connection, which leads to questions about the importance of higher openness for inter-organizational systems. We argue that the characteristics of supply chain networks are fundamental for companies' choices of IOIS. The levels of linkages and interdependence between companies will affect how companies respond to external influences as well as heat demand for broader connection or tighter integration. Personal guanxi, the informal connections between individuals, also play an important part in companies' adoption decisions, especially in Asian countries where guanxi is prevalent business culture. Combining the different theoretical perspectives, we propose a conceptual framework and several integrative propositions for the analysis of the adoption decisions of open standards IOIS in the inter-organizational context.
The Obsolescence of Man in The Digital Society Dominique Maillard
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): Regular Issue: September 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i3.13

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Commenting on the limitations of Man after the moral disasters of World War II and the logics of production inherent to the second industrial revolution, GuntherAnders had concluded to the “obsolescence of Man”. Anders pointed to the "Promethean gap" that exists between Man as an instrument among other instruments and his ability at encompassing the superior efficiency of the products he churned out. The new realities of production and trade, of human body engineering and power politics, as well as the shift from ownership to access, in the "digital society" hint that Gunther Anders's remark are still valid in the context of the third industrial revolution based on the Knowledge economy.
Leadership in a Global World Management Training Requirement Using The Example of The Asian Studies Program at University of Applied Sciences (HTWG) Konstanz Gabriele Gertrud Thelen
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): Regular Issue: September 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i3.14

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This article demonstrates the need for higher education to systematically cultivate leadership competencies. Values-based leadership is emerging as an attractive international concept, and the related competencies that managers need stem from this. Approaches taken from intercultural communication theory and classical communication psychology show how effectively and clearly value-based actions (speech) can be taught as part of intercultural management training. Experience gained in the interdisciplinary study programs 'Asian Studies' and management (USA) and 'Business and Tourism Germany' (WDT) at HTWG Konstanzi is used as an example to demonstrate teaching formats that can be used to inculcate social competence, and in particular intercultural competence as a competence values-based leadership. This article describes how it is possible to incorporate appropriate teaching formats into management training curricula and also offers observations evaluating the effectiveness of such approaches, including using methods drawn from empirical social research.
A Study on Hospitality Education at University : Jal’s Philosophy Education as an Example Kiyohito Fujishima
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021): Regular Issue: September 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i3.15

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From the viewpoint of hospitality management, which has received particular attention in recent years, this paper considers it at the point of employee education. In recent years in Japan's industrial world, almost all fields are concerned about the importance of hospitality. Indeed, holding the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games is spurring the momentum. Against this background, in this paper the author studied what kinds of education can be assumed for fostering qualities that can demonstrate hospitality, and examined measures to train hospitality minds in education conducted in university. As a reference example, the author introduced JAL's "Philosophy Education". It is based on the author's 30-year employee experience in JAL. JAL's thorough awareness reform analyzed the success stories of employees' minds to rebuild their hospitality mindset and to protect corporate reconstruction from major blows. The center of awareness reform of JAL is implementation of "Philosophy Education". "JAL Philosophy" is the result of the goal of how to raise awareness of customer priority that was originally low, from reflection on bankruptcy. It is made of a basic attitude as a human being and a way of thinking that should always be conscious of. As a result of this, employees of JAL became able to act with consciousness of this philosophy as the origin of all ideas. As a result, the foundation for customer first was solidly completed. From this case study, the author can see that "Philosophy" is the origin of ideas and actions. This can be utilized in the field of university. Before going to society, consider philosophy as the source of their own actions and repeat consciousness in everyday life. When participating in seminars and outside-campus training, they put on the habit of acting based on their own philosophy. By doing this, their motto is reflected in how they contact people and when they act. Having one firm motto will allow them to become aware of themselves as a society and be able to move smoothly to society. Many young people like this can build society by performing their full hospitality and mind.
Construction of The E-Government Case Study of Japan and Estonia Nozomi Tomura; Saki Uehara; Konosuke Kaneta; Ryosuke Hara; Ryogo Sasaki; Maho Tsuchida; Ayu Shibuya; Maiko Yamashita
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v1i3.16

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The internet and PCs have been spreading in the world since the 1990s. The usage of these technologies not only in the business field but also in ordinary society. One of those business styles is Electronic Commerce. Most of the governments of countries and economists are taking these information technologies into their policies and developing them as their own IT policy. Above all, This paper summarized the history, structure, concrete outcomes and future plans for ICT, which is being advanced in Estonia, many of the ICT society including Japan is eager to realize, and introduces items that should be adopted to Japan.

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