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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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A Study on the Relationships Among Personality Traits, Gender and Customer Knowledge Preferences Shu-Mei Tseng; Chau-Wei Liang; Hsien-Lein Tsai
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): Regular Issue: September 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v2i3.33

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Empirical evidence suggests that an enterprise can obtain knowledge related to new demands about products or services through interactions with customers, which can be helpful references leading to the enhancement of customer satisfaction and loyalty. However, little is known about the antecedents of customer knowledge preferences. Therefore, this study begins with a literature review followed by the use of a questionnaire method to investigate the relationships among personality traits, gender and customer knowledge preferences. Results indicate that three of the five personality traits, as measured by the Big-5 factors of personality, contribute to explain customer knowledge preferences. Gender has a moderating effect on the traits of emotional stability and customer knowledge preferences.
Effects of Drawing Direction and Angle on Stability of Point-To-Point Drawing Task Varying Length of Drawing for the Elderly Kuo-Chen Huang; Wen-Te Chang
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): Regular Issue: September 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v2i3.34

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The aim of the present study was to show the effects of drawing direction (top-down vs. bottom-up) and angle of trace participant drew (0 vs. 60 vs. 300) on stability varying length of drawing (5.7 cm vs. 11.4 cm vs. 17.1 cm) for the elderly. These three independent variables were within-subject factors. Thirty-eight older adults (18 females, 20 males; mean age = 71.7, SD = 5.5) participated in the study. The drawing task was performed on a computer with touch screen, using an electronic pen. Drawing performance was analyzed using a 3-way repeated measures ANOVA model. Results indicated that the error for top-down was significantly larger than that for bottom-up condition; the error for the length of drawing at 5.7 cm was larger than those at 11.4 cm and 17.1 cm. Data analysis also revealed that the effect of drawing direction on drawing velocity, indicating that drawing velocity for bottom-up was significantly greater than that for top-down condition. Additionally, the drawing velocity of length of drawing was significantly greater for 17.1 and 11.4 cm than it was for 5.7 cm. The angle of trace participant drew also significantly affected drawing velocity: 60 yielded significantly greater velocity than did 0 and 300 conditions. These results have implications for product and interface design for the elderly.
The Influence of Transformational Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Organizational Climate, and Teamwork, Towards Organizational Citizenship Behavior of Civil Servants Fadlun A Hamid; Suparno Eko Widodo; Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): Regular Issue: September 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v2i3.35

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The purpose of this study was to ascertain the direct positive effect of transformational leadership, emotional intelligence, organizational climate, and teamwork on the organizational citizenship behavior of civil servants at the Central Sulawesi Province Education and Culture Office. The novelty of this research is that no prior study has examined the effect of transformational leadership, emotional intelligence, organizational climate, and teamwork on the organizational citizenship behavior of Civil Servants at the Education and Culture Office of Central Sulawesi Province, both methodologically and practically. This research employs a survey method and falls under the category of quantitative research. The population of this study was 433 individuals, and the sample size was 100 individuals drawn using a random sampling technique. Interviews, questionnaires, and documentation studies were used to collect data. The findings of this study are as follows: (1) transformational leadership (X1) and organizational climate (X3) have a direct positive effect on organizational citizenship behavior (Y); (2) emotional intelligence (X2) and organizational climate (X3) have a direct positive effect on teamwork (X4); (3) emotional intelligence and teamwork have no direct positive effect on organizational citizenship behavior; and (2) transformational leadership does not have a direct positive effect on organizational citizenship behavior.
The Effect of Work Motivation and Perception of College Support on Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior in BKPSDM, Tangerang District Iskandar Nordat; Burhanudin Tola; Mahmudin Yasin
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): Regular Issue: September 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v2i3.36

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This study aims to analyze the effect of employee motivation, perceptions of colleague support, and organizational commitment to organizational citizenship behavior in BKPSDM, Tangerang District. This study uses an Associative Quantitative approach, namely by studying the causal relationship between independent variables and dependent variables. The data collection methods used were survey methods and structural equation modeling (SEM) analysis techniques with SMART PLS 3 software. The population in this study were all employees in the BKPSDM environment and civil servants managing personnel within the OPD area of Tangerang Regency, as many as 140 people. While the sample used in this study were 100 people. The result showed that Organizational Commitment has significant direct effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Perceived Coworker Support has significant direct effect on Organizational Commitment, Work Motivation has significant direct effect on Organizational Commitment, Work Motivation has significant indirect effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior through Organizational Commitment. Meanwhile, Perceived Coworker Support has not significant direct effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Work Motivation has not significant direct effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and also Work Motivation has not significant indirect effect on Organizational Commitment through Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with SWOT Analysis Method Mohamad Rakhmansyah; Tri Wahyuningsih; Abdullah Dwi Srenggini; I Ketut Gunawan
International Journal for Applied Information Management Vol. 2 No. 3 (2022): Regular Issue: September 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47738/ijaim.v2i3.37

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This study aims to determine the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to SMEs in utilizing social media as a marketing tool and to find out the most effective marketing strategies to run in order to increase sales. The method used is SWOT analysis, and in data processing using excel. In collecting data using a questionnaire method distributed in the January 2021 period with a total of 226 respondents. The results obtained by SMEs in utilizing social media as marketing are in quadrant I, which means that the strategy used is a growth strategy, namely the SO strategy which is a strategy that uses strengths to take advantage of opportunities that exist in SMEs. Its implementation is to increase the intensity of promotions, maintain product and service quality, maintain and increase customer trust, be communicative to customers.

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