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AFEBI Management and Business Review
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AFEBI Management And Business Review (AMBR) is an academic journal which is published twice a year (June and December) by The Association of The Faculty of Economics and Business Indonesia. AMBR is aimed as an outlet for theoretical and empirical research in the field of management and business and to disseminate the information of the management and business research was conducted by members of AFEBI in particular and researchers in general to the academics, practitioners, students, and others who interested in management and business research.
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CAMEL As A Mathod Used For Assessing The Performance Putu Agus Jana Susila, Gede
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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As the role played by the Village Credit Union hereinafter referred to as Lembaga Perkreditan Desa (LPD) in the economic development of the rural society is important, the result of its performance in the form of the adequate financial statement should be presented to make people trust its existence. This present study is intended to identify how healthy the LPD Units in Gerokgak District, Buleleng Regency are using the CAMEL method for the period 2015-2016. The aspects used to assess how healthy the LPD is are as follows: (1) Capital with one ratio, namely CAR, (2) Assets with two ratios, KAP and CPRR, (3) Management, (4) Earnings with two ratios, namely ROA and BOPO, and (5) Liquidity with two ratios, namely liquid instrument and LDR. The LPD could fulfill the criterion of being healthy as the average CAMEL credit value achieved was higher than 81 (the minimum limit of being healthy). Based on the analysis of how healthy the LPD from 2015 to 2016 were, it can be concluded that: (1) The CAMEL credit value achieved in 2015 was 86.48 points. (2) In 2016, the fact that the CAMEL credit value achieved in 2016 was 88.72 points.Keywords: CAMEL, Village Credit Union (LPD)
1The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility Programs To The Image of Corporations Sultoni, Mohammad Hamim
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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The social responsibility nowadays is the company’s response to the environmental and social aspects. It is based on the determination of government regulations in Article 74 of Act Number 40 Year 2007 on Limited Liability Companies. The implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility (the so called CSR) program presently is not only as a social responsibility but also as a core of marketing strategy in growing or maintaining the image of the company. Even the results of research conducted by Roper Search Worldwide explained that as much as about 66% of respondents are ready to change brands to the companies that have a positive social image in the form of CSR program. Therefore, this research has an objective to determine the influence of CSR program against the image of the company.This research uses a quantitative approach which has result in a clear and definite conclusion. The findings concluded that the variables of Corporate Social Responsibility (X3) are significantly takes effect and has the most dominant influence with the result t tcount of 4.701 with the significance t of 0.000. Meanwhile, CSR Goals with tcount of 2.552 with significance t of 0.013 have significant influence. While CSR Issue has no significant influence with tcount of -0.411 with significance t of 0.682.
ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF QUALITY WORK OF LIFE FACTORS ON EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION REGIONAL OFFICE OF UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA AT PANGKALPINANG, INDONESIA Yusuf, Yusuf; Sutawijaya, Adrian
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 3, No 01 (2018)
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The purpose of this research is to know the description of Quality of Work Life and Employee Motivation in UPBJJ-UT Pangkalpinang, and its influence is partially and simultaneously so that it can get information to increase motivation which will improve the quality of organizational performance. The research method used is descriptive quantitative approach with cross sectional design. The sample in this study amounted to 30 samples. The type of data used is the primary data. Data analysis technique using multiple linear regression test. The results showed that (1) The overall variables had a high average value that is in the category of 3.41-4.20 and the variable of pride to the institution had the highest average value of 4.21%. Thus the majority of respondents feel proud of the institution while working at UPBJJ-UT Pangkalpinang. In general, there are seven variables that have positive and significant influence and four variables that have positive but not significant influence. Variables that have positive and significant impacts are available facilities, workplace safety, employee engagement, communication, security, a sense of pride in institutions and work restructuring. While the variables that have positive but not significant are balanced compensation, career development, problem solving and work environment (3) Simultaneously the Quality of Work Life variable has a positive and significant influence on work motivation. This means that any increase or decrease in Quality of Work Life together will give a significant influence on employee motivation in UPBJJ-UT Pangkalpinang. Keywords: Quality of Work Life, Work Motivation, and Employee Motivation
Branding Strategy of West Java: Fashion Products of The Creative Industry Rufaidah, Popy
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 2, No 02 (2017)
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In past research, branding strategy application in the creative industry has been left largely unexplored. This study aims to investigate the types of branding strategy elements perceived as the distinctiveness of West Java in fashion products of the creative industry. This study is a cross-sectional study using survey method, which is designed to describe the frequency of customer perceptions of branding strategy elements such as products design, marketing communicationtools and physical environment.  The data used in this study is primary and secondary data. The primary data is obtained from the results of observations, interviews and survey using questionnaires. The respondents of the study are the customers of fashion products in the creative industry who have been living in West Java at lest for two years. The study concludes that there are some critial points in building West Java brand through several branding strategy elements that need more attention such as (i) the performance of blogs and websites as marketing promotional tools used by companies in the creative industry is perceived low (37%); (ii) most of the fashion products marketed by  companies in the creative industry are perceived similar and not unique (57%); (iii) the logo of the fashion products sold in the market by  creative industry players is perceived not attractive (37%) and;  the  places where the fashion products are sold are perceived not clean (46%).Keywords: Branding Strategy, Fashion Products, Creative Industry
Influence of Teacher Competence, Motivation and Job Satisfaction on Teacher’s Performance SMP Negeri 1 Cikarang Bekasi Regency East Sutrisno, Niantoro R; Isyanto, H. Puji; Hasbullah, Rachmat
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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The purpose of this study is to identify, analyze and assess influences of Teacher’s Competency, Motivation and Job Satisfaction on Teacher’s Performance at State Junior High School 1 East CikarangBekasi Regency.This research is intended to giving advice for the teacher’s competence, motivation and job satisfaction in order teacher’s performance improve. This research was using descriptive and verification method.Descriptive research is used to describe characteristics of a population or phenomenon being studied. Verification is the research conducted with the aim to prove the truth of a theory on a particular time and place.The results of this research are as follows:1. Range scale of teacher’scompetence isquite good, it need to be improved.2. Range scale of teacher’s motivation is quite high, it need to increased.3. Range scale of teacher’s job satisfaction is quite satisfied, it need to increased.4. Range scale of Teacher’s performance is quite good, it need for improved.5. There is a relationship between teacher’s competence and motivation.6. There is a relationship between teacher’s competence and job satisfaction.7. There is a relationship between motivation and job satisfaction.8. There are both partially and simultaneously influence teacher’s competence, motivation and job satisfaction on teacher’s performance.Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Motivation, Teacher’s Competency, Teacher’s Performance
COMPETENCY BASED PAY SYSTEM DESIGN AT KURSUS INDONESIA Dwi Ptri, Rahma Dinda; Gustomo, Aurik
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 3, No 01 (2018)
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In today globalization era, competition among business is getting tighter, and it is not only about attracting customers but also attracting and retaining human capital. Kursus Indonesia have a difficulty in attract and retain their employee, and founded that their current compensation not yet satisfying their employees. This study aims to find the root cause of Kursus Indonesia’s compensation problem, design a strategic compensation system and compare the new compensation proposed salary with benchmark salary. This study used qualitative research method and the data used are primary data (interview and observation) and secondary data (literature study). To process the data gained, this study used descriptive analysis with business situation analysis and current reality tree root cause analysis, job analysis and point method job evaluation. This study found that (1) The root cause of Kursus Indonesia’s compensation problem is no alignment between the current compensation strategy with company’s business strategy; (2) Design a Competency Based Pay system is a suitable approach to solve Kursus Indonesia’s compensation problem; (3) This solution propose some improvent in Kursus Indonesia’s employee salary by using Lead Pay Policy that pay above benchmark salary.Keywords: Attract and Retain, Compensation, Competency Based Pay,Competition, Salary
Technological Adoption For The Online System of Public Aspirations and Complaints Service (Lapor) in Bandung City Meizhura, Helga; Alamanda, Dini Turipanam; Adi, Fajar Sidiq
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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The city government of Bandung has made serious efforts in solving the urban problems creatively through the utilization of ICT, known as Smart City. One of the smart government programs being implemented is the online public aspirations and complaints service through an application system called LAPOR. So far, the application is considered effective enough to engage public participation, eventhough there are also many contradictory and negative comments shared by the users. Therefore, it is important to find out the actual description of public acceptances for the LAPOR system.The affecting factors of interest and behavior in using the system were identified by the model of UTAUT 2 developed by Venkatesh et al. In 2012. The data in this study was collected using questionnaires distributed to 405 respondents of those who live in Bandung city, either the users of LAPOR application or those who have not used it yet. The results showed that the most influential factor of interest in using the LAPOR system is Price Value. This indicates that public wants the proportional benefits of the costs incurred for using the system.Other influential factors are Hedonic Motivation, Social Influence, Habit, and Facilitating Condition. Hence, these findings will enable practitioners to gain information in improving the successful implementation of technology-based governance programs. Keywords: Smart City, Smart Government, UTAUT 2
The Role of Brand Trust in Determining The Relationship Between Brand Affection and Loyalty Programs on Customer Loyalty Silalahi, Jojor Marintan; Alfansi, Lizar; Wiardi, Akram Harmoni
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 1, No 01 (2016)
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study investigates how brand affection, loyalty programs, and brand trust determine the loyalty in airways industry. We examined the influence of brand trust and brand affection on loyalty in airlines services. The airways companies applied loyalty programs as a trend. The purpose of the loyalty programs is to encourage the loyalty of the customers. The purpose of this study is to analyze the influence of brand affection and loyalty programs on brand trust and loyalty among GarudaMiles members. Primary data were collected through a survey. Data collected by online quistionnaire through social media and resulting 171 processable questionnaire. Data were analysed using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modelling. Confirmatory factor analysis within structural equation modeling were carried out to assess adequacy of the measurements and validity of the model. We found that brand affection is not significantly influence customer loyalty; brand affection significantly influence brand trust; and brand trust significantly influence customer loyalty. This result indicate that brand affection has an indirrect effect on loyalty, it’s mediated by brand trust. Loyalty program is not significantly effect brand trust, it has direct effect on loyalty. It’s become clear that only brand trust mediates the relationship of brand affection and loyalty. The customers of the airways companies tend to be loyal because of the loyalty programs applied by the airways companies. These finding add performance effectiveness and long-term relationships with customers in airlines industry to the factors needed to respond to the highly competitive situation at present, which will be even more important with the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.Keywords: Brand Affection, Brand Trust, loyalty, Loyalty Program
Mediating Effect of Capital Expenditure on the Effect of Revenues, Allocation Fund, and Tax/Nontax Sharing on Economic Growth (Empirical Study of Regencies in Bengkulu Province Period of 2009-2015) Elsivera, Elsivera; Abdillah, Willy
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 2, No 02 (2017)
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This research examines the mediating effect of capital expenditure on the relationship between regional revenues (PAD), general allocation fund (DAU), specific allocation fund (DAK), and tax sharing fund/non tax sharing (DBH) on the economic growth. Secondary data were collected from 10 regencies in Bengkulu Province for the period of 2009 to 2015. This research used panel data analysis. The results showed that capital expenditure did not mediate the relationship between regional generated revenues, general allocation fund, specific allocation fund, and tax sharing fund/non tax sharing to economic growth. Meanwhile, general allocation fund have positif effect on economic growth. Regional generated revenues and specific allocation fund have negative effect on economic growth, regional revenues and specific allocation fund also have positive effect on capital expenditure. Implication for stakeholders and further research are discussed. Keywords: Capital Expenditure, Economic Growth, General Allocation Fund, Regional Generated Revenues, , Specific Allocation Fund, Tax Sharing Fund /Non Tax Sharing
The Influence of Self-Control and Mindfulness on Counterproductive Academic Behavior M. Rusdi, Zainnur
AFEBI Management and Business Review Vol 2, No 01 (2017)
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Some forms of academic behavior of counter-productive that many college students are doing is plagiarism, cheating, absenteeism, and postponing the task. Counterproductive academic behavior such as plagiarism and cheating among students can be reduced if the student has self-control and good mindfulness. This study aims to examine the negative effects of self-control and mindfulness on counter-productive academic behavior. The results of hypothesis testing showed that each variable of self-control and mindfulness have positive effect on counterproductive academic behavior. The low mean value in this study indicates that the average of college students who become respondents have a low level of self-control and low mindfulness that has a tendency to perform counterproductive academic behavior.Keywords: Counterproductive Academic Behavior, Mindfulness, Self-Control

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