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Journal of Business and Management
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Journal of Business and Management (JBM)is an online journal that is published three times a year. It publishes research papers that give rigorous theoretical and practical insight of business and managament. JBM aims to provide a forum for the dissemination of theory application and research in all areas of business and management, including but are not limited to marketing, business strategy, decision science and decision-making, strategic negotiation, finance, business risk, knowledge management, human capital management, technology management, entrepreneurship, and others relevant subjects. It is intended for researchers, students, business practitioners, and entrepreneurs to publish their ideas and experiences, and share their knowledge on business and management issues.
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Puteri Indonesia as A Business Strategy to Build Image of Mustika Ratu Selena, Maria; Rudito, Bambang
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This research focuses on how Puteri Indonesia gives such a huge impact to Mustika Ratu in building and managing its brand image. Puteri Indonesia is a tool to add value in building image of Mustika Ratu through her activity and contribution, also the appearane includes clothes and the attributes, the activities in social field also in commercial, the ability in marketing communication as well as product knowledge which is surely well-exposed by mass media. It is done by participating method in the reign of Puteri Indonesia 2011.Keywords: Puteri Indonesia, Mustika Ratu, Puteri Indonesia 2011, Building image, Brand image, Marketing communication.
Economic Internal Rate of Return and Sensitivity Analysis in Water Treatment Plant Project Evaluation Miranti, Khadijah Ayu; Nugroho, Anggoro Budi
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In 2014 the increased clean water service only reach up to 50% of the total population in Indonesia, or about 160.000 l/s. The needs of a lot improvement in this sector make clean water as business commodity. PT. TeknoTirta Nusantara (TTN) and PDAM KabupatenSerang are interested to developing the quality and quantity of clean water supply in KabupatenSerang. This research are to calculate the investment feasibility study, conducting risk analysis through sensitivity analysis method, assessing the performance of the company using economic value added method, last to identify and measure of financial risks that threaten a company or projects (risk mapping).Keywords: clean water, feasibility study, sensitivity analysis, economic value added, risk mapping.
The Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility to Corporate Profitability (ROA) and Stock Return Hakim, Hilmi Farizan; Nugroho, Anggoro Budi
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– This research objective is to find out the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) expense towards company profitability (ROA) and stock return in each different business sectors. This research used purposive sampling to select the companies. The company that became the sample in this study is LQ 45 companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange period Q1 2009 to Q1 2014, the best nine companies in different business sectors, both private and state-owned enterprises (SOEs). Data used in this study is the documentary data, quarterly financial reports of the company. Study took data from the best LQ 45 Company in each sector during the study period. In this study, there are two dependent variables and one independent variable. The dependent variables are profitability (ROA) and stock return. The independent variable is CSR expense. The results of this research are: (1.) CSR expense has a positive significant effect toward profitability (ROA) in six companies (LSIP, INTP, ASII, UNVR, PGAS, and BMRI), has a negative significant effect toward profitability (ROA) in three companies (PTBA, LPKR, and UNTR), (2.) CSR expense has a positive significant effect toward stock return in all nine companies (LSIP, INTP, PTBA, ASII, UNVR, LPKR, PGAS, BMRI and UNTR).Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Profitability, Return on Assets, Stock Return
Financial Planning in the Eyes of Traditional Store Owners at Mayestik Market Square, A Qualitative Study on market Potential Fadhilah, Maryam; Iskandar, Budi Permadi
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Financial planning is a progressive and cumulative attainment of which is designed to accomplish, develop strategies in a financial goal or set of life and its circumstances…”. As in its term “finance”, financial planning is a product of financial services that has existed in Indonesia. In Indonesia, financial planning as a financial product is new and still in need of education. Educating market is needed because the user of this product is the party who are indeed in need of these services. The parties eligible for this service product are a party that has (1) a financial goal and (2) the financial capacity. Based on market conditions being seized by the financial planner, it can be seen that a segment of the market is still open and has not being touched by financial planners as the main target of their markets, namely middle-low income group and informal sector workers. It makes a group of traditional market storekeepers in Indonesia a group included into the market criteria that has not worked. The traditional market is a market that has a modest selling activity and where bargaining with the means of payment in the form of money is found (Dwi Utami, 2005). In order to fulfill the objectives of this research, a qualitative research with in-depth interview combined with observation are chosen. There are eighteen storekeepers, which has been interviewed as the object of this research. This research revealed the current characteristic of the storekeepers and its readiness to accept the financial planners presence. The findings is supported with the recommendation of the approach to marketing this financial product.Keywords: Financial Planner, Potential Market, and Traditional Market Storekeeper.
The Suitable Model of Branchless Banking Implementation in Indonesia Shabirah, Iffah; Aldianto, Leo
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Branchless banking as the new distribution channel in banking industry is becoming a new solution to offer financial service to untapped society. Branchless banking will help Indonesia to decrease its number of unbanked people. This Final project is to find out the right model of branchless banking that can be implemented in Indonesia, regarding the society respond and hope towards banking the reliable technology, collaboration of parties that involve, and how to avoid branchless banking risks. The respond and hope society towards banking measured by spreading the questionnaires to 112 middle class society in Depok. The questionnaires results were calculated by frequency analysis method. The reliable technology, collaboration of parties, and the way to avoid risks were find out by interviewing three people from different parties, which are Telkomsel from Telco Company, Bank BJB, and PT Cyberport as the company between bank and Telco. The result of this research is, branchless banking in Indonesia can be implemented by collaboration of Telco Company, Bank, and private sector. The reliable technology to implement branchless banking is using USSD connectivity and EDC machine that has been modified to be branchless banking technology. The risks in branchless banking can be avoided by risks mitigation from technology and regulation. The respondents’ perception towards banking is, bank is secure but bank do not have flexible opening hour. The expectation of respondents is bank become more secure, flexible, and have easier way and requirement to open bank account. To create a suitable model of branchless banking in Indonesia, those three parties have to conduct another similar research in the different area, to know the demand of the society. After those parties knowing about society needs and demand, they should do the three approaches to meet the demand. Those approaches are Price, feature, and process approach.Keyword: Branchless banking, Collaboration, reliable technology, perception, expectation
Workload Analysis on CV Saswco Perdana Mayasari, Mia; Gustomo, Aurik
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The research aimed to find out how the workload can be evenly distributed in CV.SaswcoPerdana, so employees have clear job analysis. The methodology used is Workload Analysis. Primary data is collected by questionnaires and workload form that distributed to 12 employee and interview the management. There are several job positions are overload and under load. Overall, the most employees understand their job analysis and know their standard workload. Suggestions for CV.Saswco Perdana are company should review the job description for employee of each position and reduce some overload job to under load job. Keywords: Workload, Job Description, Human Resources Management, Workload Analysis Category: Human Resources Management, Human Resources Planning, Work System, Workload Analysis
Customers Motivation to Purchase Low Cost Green Car in Indonesia Sanjaya, Kevin Kynan; Indriani, Mia Tantri Diah
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Automotive industry in Indonesia is keep increasing year by year. Many of giant cars manufacturer such as Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, and even BMW and Mercedes-Benz have built their own factory in Indonesia. This is indicates the potential of Indonesia automotive industry to have a bright future and promising. Unfortunately, Indonesia is not able to make and develop their own car yet. With this low cost green car program, it is expected that Indonesia could have their own car which built and develop by Indonesian people and also to generate Indonesia automotive industry more evenly. The purpose of this low cost green car program is to provide affordable cars for middle-low class Indonesian people,so it could make them easier to transport. Moreover, with this low cost green car program, it is expected that could develop Indonesia because this car was designed and developed by Indonesian people and must have Indonesian attribute, and also could generates automotive industry more evenly because almost all of the component for this low cost green car is made in Indonesia. The purpose of this research is to get the information the relation between customers knowledge about low cost green car with their motivation to purchase low cost green car in Indonesia. Financially benefit, care to environment health, self-image, social norm and pressure, and interested with new technology is some of the main motivation to purchase low cost green car. This research is using the data which is collected by using questionnaire to  the owner of low cost green car in Bandung and Jakarta. The result of this research indicates that the customers motivation to purchase low cost green car is financially benefit. To analyze the data which is gathered by using questionnaire, this research is using descriptive analysis and crosstabs analysis.Keywords: Motivation, Knowledge, Low Cost Green Car
Business Transformation of Palasari Tradisional market Imaduddin, Musa Mujaddid; Dhewanto, Wawan
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The growth of traditional market as trading center indicates that there is a growth and economic development in Indonesia. However, traditional markets have various weaknesses that have become the basic character which is very difficult to change, like design factors and market appearance. As the experience, traditional market under managed by government will be faster to develop if get cooperation to private sectors. Such cooperation is manifested in the form of the agreement such as build operate and transfer (BOT) as an alternative solution which is mutually beneficial cooperation. Palasari market in Bandung is one of market where the private sectors could cooperate with government through BOT system. Private sectors could add real estate business on the available area. After doing the research, Palasari area is suitable for apartment business. So, this BOT system is made with construction scheme of market constructing on the ground floor and apartment construction on the floor above. This model business need to be transformated in phisical, system, and cultural aspect. After doing the calculation in financial aspect, this business transformation project is feasible to implement. Implementation of this business transformation also change the culture and system in management of market. Government can restructure its management system related the management of market. Goal of this business transformation is aiming to increase the welfare of traders.Keywords: Bandung, Market, Development, Build-Operate-Transfer, Apartment, Business Transformation
Impact of POSPAV Service to Company Performance PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) Widjana, Nabila Zahra; Noveria, Ana
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In its historical development, postal industry can be said as courier industry delivering any written message from the sender to the receiver, As time goes by the postal service provider of either government or public all over the world should be in the possession of business model capable of supporting the sustainability. PT. Pos Indonesia engaged in postal service and already does diversification in service with applying the payment of PosPay, the growth of PosPay segment products (SOPP) offered by Pos Indonesia is supported by the growing level of two industries that become the main stimulants for the product segment, subscription-based industry (credit card) and financing industry (leasing and consumer financing). For the overall financing service product owned by Pos Indonesia, the superiority lies in the well-established networks around Indonesia. The analysis used in this case is financial performance. There are several methods than can be considered to assess the financial performance of company. The methods are Financial Statement and Financial Ratio Analysis, Common Size Income Statements Analysis, DuPont Analysis and BUMN Framework. From each methods, there will be results that explain how growth financial PT. Pos Indonesia every year.  PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) has experienced loss it is because fewer people are using the service at the post office because of the development of the Information Technology advances in the field of digital information. So the conventional information services performed by the post office down quickly. The post office remains operational costs for payroll, utilities, raw materials and transportation still running. Based on these facts, PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) adjusts the service to start embracing information technology to be one of their services. Ultimately PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) started launching financial products involving information technology called PosPay. Some of the results obtained from the analysis show that the service PosPay indeed a major impact on the performance of PT Pos Indonesia (Persero). But on the other hand there are several shortage from this product such as the need of infrastructure and human resource which create the swell of operating cost, also this product still not able to change the liquidity and debt aspect to good condition.Keyword: Postal Service, PosPay, Financial Performance, Pos Indonesia, Post Office
Consumer Socialization: A Comparison Between Indonesian Third Culture Kids (TCKs) and Non-TCKs Saputri, Dyasanti Vidya; Wandebori, Harimukti
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An important determinant of a person’s behavior is influence from others. Consumer socialization is the process by which consumers acquire skills, knowledge and attitudes relevant to their functioning as consumers in the marketplace. These skills, knowledge and attitudes are transmitted from various sources of influence, known as socialization agents—peers, parents, the mass media, and the Internet. Typically, these agents exert two types of influence on the consumer—normative influence and informative influence. An attempt is made in this study to present a comparison between emerging adult Indonesian third culture kids (TCKs) and Non-TCKs in terms of a) their consumer susceptibility to normative and informative influences of the four socialization agents, and b) cross-cultural orientation. The study also explores the correlation between cross-cultural orientation and consumer susceptibility to normative and informative influences. The result of this study indicates that compared to their non-TCK counterparts, Indonesian TCKs receive higher overall informative influence and have higher cross-cultural orientation in terms of both attitude and awareness. On top of that, results show that TCKs also receive higher parents informative and Internet informative influence. Keywords: Consumer Socialization, Socialization Agents, Consumer Susceptibility to Interpersonal Influence, Third Culture Kids

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