K Mudikdjo
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Pembentukan Model Penciptaan Pengetahuan (Knowledge Creation) dalam Mendorong Inovasi pada Koperasi Susu di Indonesia: Suatu Studi Konfirmatori Sukmawati, A; Maarif, M S; Marimin, .; Mudikdjo, K; Hardjomidjojo, H; Indrasti, N S
MEDIA PETERNAKAN - Journal of Animal Science and Technology Vol 31, No 3 (2008): Media Peternakan
Publisher : Faculty of Animal Science, Bogor Agricultural University

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Many theories highlighted the critical importance of knowledge creation on the long-term success of the organization. However, the scarcity of empirical work on knowledge creation model has limited our understanding of the overall organizational process involved. To overcome this, we attempt a comprehensive analyze of knowledge creation model within the organization, exploring the relationship between innovation, knowledge creation model, problem-solving capability, absorptive capacity, knowledge acquisition and assets. Data of this case study were taken from three dairy cooperations in Java. Analysis was conducted using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with Lisrel 8.72. The results revealed that several contributing factors (problem-solving capability, absorptive capacity, knowledge acquisition and assets) had significant effect on innovation. On the other hand, knowledge creation model had no significant effect on innovation in the context of the dairy cooperation in Indonesia. The implication for managers is that by focusing on externalization process in knowledge creation model within the organization. In the pattern of innovations, product innovation is the most important. Key words: innovation, knowledge creation, problem-solving capability, absorptive capacity, dairy cooperation
The Potential of Crop Residues as Feed Resources for Ruminant in Indonesia Syamsu, Jasmal A; Sofyan, Lily A; Mudikdjo, K; Sa’id, E Gumbira
Indonesian Bulletin of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 13, No 1 (2003)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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The growth rate of ruminant population between 1997-2001 was decreased for beef cattle 1,46%, buffalo 6,73%, goat 2,89% and sheep 0,55%. But the population of dairy cattle increased 2,90%, meanwhile milk production increased was 6,29% per year. On the other hand, at the same time the number of slaughtered animals increased for beef cattle (0,53%), goat (4,39%) and sheep (23,15%), and buffalo was decreased 2,13%. Production of ruminant meat decreased 2,39% annually. The goat meat was decreased (9,03%) than sheep meat (6,36%), buffalo meat (2,51%) and beef meat (0,95%). The quantity of crop residues produced as a feed resources for ruminant is 51.546.29751.546.297 ,3 tons dry matter or 23.151.344,6 tons total digestible nutrient., as result it available feed for ruminant was 14.750.777,1 animal unit (AU). While the population of ruminant is 11.995.340 LU so that it can be able to increase the population up to 2.755.437,1 LU or 18,68 %.   Key words: Crop residues, ruminantCallSend SMSAdd to SkypeYoull need Skype CreditFree via Skype
The Potential of Crop Residues as Feed Resources for Ruminant in Indonesia Syamsu, Jasmal A; Sofyan, Lily A; Mudikdjo, K; Sa’id, E Gumbira
WARTAZOA. Indonesian Bulletin of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 13, No 1 (2003): MARCH 2003
Publisher : Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development

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The growth rate of ruminant population between 1997-2001 was decreased for beef cattle 1,46%, buffalo 6,73%, goat 2,89% and sheep 0,55%. But the population of dairy cattle increased 2,90%, meanwhile milk production increased was 6,29% per year. On the other hand, at the same time the number of slaughtered animals increased for beef cattle (0,53%), goat (4,39%) and sheep (23,15%), and buffalo was decreased 2,13%. Production of ruminant meat decreased 2,39% annually. The goat meat was decreased (9,03%) than sheep meat (6,36%), buffalo meat (2,51%) and beef meat (0,95%). The quantity of crop residues produced as a feed resources for ruminant is 51.546.29751.546.297 ,3 tons dry matter or 23.151.344,6 tons total digestible nutrient., as result it available feed for ruminant was 14.750.777,1 animal unit (AU). While the population of ruminant is 11.995.340 LU so that it can be able to increase the population up to 2.755.437,1 LU or 18,68 %.   Key words: Crop residues, ruminantCallSend SMSAdd to SkypeYou'll need Skype CreditFree via Skype