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Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen
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Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen [p-ISSN: 2086-0668 | e-ISSN: 2337-5434] issued by the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia, periodically (every 6 months) in March and September with the aim of disseminating information about the study of knowledge management in the form of conceptual studies and research results.
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Performance Analysis of Transform University Studies in Indonesia Context Wolok, Eduart; Siregar, Hermanto; Djohar, Setiadi; Baga, Lukman M.
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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The purpose of this study are to analyze the performance of Universitas Negeri Gorontalo (UNG) in the financial and academic aspects; to analyze the gaps in financial performance and academic performance; and to know the differences in financial performance and academic performance before and after transformation into a State Universities Public Service Agency (PTN BLU). The analysis method used are descriptive analysis, gap analysis by calculating the average expected service level, and average calculation for perceived service actual performance, and t-test. The result of the research shows that the implementation of governance especially in the case of service is increasing and efficient. Besides that, after the transformation into BLU,UNG shows various progress, especially the improvement of financial performance as measured from income level from Non-Tax Revenue (PNBP), and from Revenue Budget and State Expenditure (APBN), while the academic performance, measured from 12 indicators covering tri darma of higher education, has increased significantly compared to when UNG is still part of the Work Unit (SATKER). While the results of gap analysis show that the academic and financial performance perceived by lecturers and UNG employees is higher than the quality of expectedservice. The financial performance of UNG before and after BLU has significant differences, as well as the academic performance.
Implication of Macroeconomic Factors to Stock Returns of Indonesian Property and Real Estate Companies Maharditya, Muhammad Adika; Layyinaturrobaniyah, Layyinaturrobaniyah; Anwar, Mokhamad
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This study aims to identify the effect of interest rate change policy made by Bank Indonesia during the period of January 2010-March 2016 to stock return of the property sector and real estate. In addition, this study also aims to test whether fluctuations in government bond yields, inflation, and indigo exchange also affect the stock returns of the property sector and real estate in Indonesia. By using purposive sampling, there are 15 companies that will be used as research samples. By using multiple linear regression analysis, there is no significant negative effect of interest rate (BI Rate) and inflation on stock return of the property sector and real estate. Nevertheless, it was found that the variable fluctuation of government bond yield and dollar exchange rate against rupiah had a negative and significant effect on stock returns of property and real estate sector in Indonesia. Increased bond yield would make investors choose other instruments as an alternative to investing money. In addition, investors also tend to choose to save money in the form of US Dollar rather than investing money in the capital market, further with the weakening of the value of the rupiah will increase the amount of foreign debt from the company.
Model Technology to Performance Chain (TPC) in Implementing Accrual-Based Sistem Informasi Manajemen Daerah (SIMDA) Finance: Empirical Evidence from Local Government of Indonesia Abdillah, Willy; Saepullah, Asep
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This study examines TPC model in the context of utilization of accrual-based SIMDA Finance version 2.7 at Local Government of Indonesia. The success of SIMDA Finance development is not only determined by how the SIMDA Finance can process quality information, but also determined by its suitability to the work environment and its user duties. This study uses 2.056 of financial administrators of Local Government Department, consisting treasury admission, spending treasury, and operator. Online questionnaire distributed by snowball sampling with 24.5 percent of response rate and examined by Partial Least Square (PLS) technique. This study found that Job Characteristics and Techology Characteristics effect on Task-Techology Fit (TTF), Utilization, and Performance Impact. Theoretically, the study found that the TPC model was able to explain the context of public sector organizations, especially government agencies in Indonesia, outside of the organizational context when the TPC model was developed and developed earlier. Practically, the implications of research findings for stakeholders of SIMDA Keuangan are discussed further.
Determinants of Cash Holdings in Developed and Developing Countries Rafinda, Ascariena
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This paper aims to find out the determinants of amount of cash holdings in developed and developing countries. One of the reason is because majority of studies that exist only focus on developed countries such as US or UK. Therefore, it is important to study cash holdings in the context of developing countries as well. Samples are drawn from DataStream Database using a sample period between 2009-2014 by including recent output with firm selection criterion based on data availability of firms (Al-Najjar, 2013), whereas financial firms with SIC codes 6000-6799 were not included as well as utility firms with SIC codes 4000-4999, resulting in total sample of 5402 observations from 23 countries. EViews was employed for the regression analysis with amount of cash holdings as the dependent variable. The results show that most of the hypotheses are not confirmed because of insignificant results and/or unexpected signs of coefficients. As the research about cash holdings in developing countries is not extensive yet, it is possible that there are differences to be found between developed and developing countries.
How Does Knowledge Absorption Foster Performance? The Mediating Effect of Innovation Capability Sulistyo, Heru; Ayuni, Sri
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This research aims to examine the impact of knowledge sharing and knowledge absorption on the innovation capability and the performance of Sharia banks. The rapid competition in banking industry among conventional and Sharia banks requires innovation capability in order to enhance the performance and achieve the sustainable competitive advantage. The development and performance of Sharia banks at the present still tend to be low. Innovation on product and service is one of the success keys of Sharia banks in enhancing the performance and competitiveness. Innovation capability can be developed if the employees within the organization are able to perform knowledge sharing or knowledge absorption. The sample of this research includes the employees of Sharia Banks in Semarang as many as 102 respondents. The sampling technique uses purposive sampling with criteria; permanent employees who have been working no less than 5 years. The data collection method is performed using questionnaire, while the data analysis technique uses SEM. The finding concludes that knowledge sharing and knowledge absorption significantly impact the innovation capability and performance.
The Effects of Store Environment and Merchandise to Customer Responses: an Empirical Study Haryono, Richard I.; Sihombing, Sabrina O.
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This study aims to determine the relationship between store environments consisting of social cues, design cues, ambient gestures, and merchandise cues and their impact on cognitive and affective consumer evaluations of stores and merchandise that will influence approach behavior. The retail industry in Indonesia has increased inevitably. This development is predicted to continue to increase to 8% by 2018. As a result, stores are competing to offer new and unique experiences for both cognitive and affective customers. Over the past decade, similar research has rarely been done. In addition, item cues variables are also rarely mentioned in previous studies. Therefore, this study aims to explain more about merchandise cues. The basis of this research is quantitative method, using descriptive research type with research object Foodmart Primo Maxxbox Lippo Village. The sample size involved 200 respondents selected by applying purposive sampling. After data collected, the data were analyzed by using structural equation modeling (SEM). There are three out of 12 hypotheses that were not supported in this study. The three hypotheses are the relationship between ambient cues with consumers’ cognitive evaluation of the store, and no relationship between consumer cognitive evaluation and approach behavior. Theoretical and managerial implications and suggestions for further research are also discussed in this study.This study aims to determine the relationship between store environments consisting of social cues, design cues, ambient gestures, and merchandise cues and their impact on cognitive and affective consumer evaluations of stores and merchandise that will influence approach behavior. The retail industry in Indonesia has increased inevitably. This development is predicted to continue to increase to 8% by 2018. As a result, stores are competing to offer new and unique experiences for both cognitive and affective customers. Over the past decade, similar research has rarely been done. In addition, item cues variables are also rarely mentioned in previous studies. Therefore, this study aims to explain more about merchandise cues. The basis of this research is quantitative method, using descriptive research type with research object Foodmart Primo Maxxbox Lippo Village. The sample size involved 200 respondents selected by applying purposive sampling. After data collected, the data were analyzed by using structural equation modeling (SEM). There are three out of 12 hypotheses that were not supported in this study. The three hypotheses are the relationship between ambient cues with consumers’ cognitive evaluation of the store, and no relationship between consumer cognitive evaluation and approach behavior. Theoretical and managerial implications and suggestions for further research are also discussed in this study.
Barrier in Design Innovation of Fashion Business: Evidence from Indonesian Moslem Fashion SME Sari, Rora P.; Asad, Nabila
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This paper aims to explore barriers that prevent Moslem fashion industry to adopt and indulge more innovative apparel and accesories design. As Moslem fashion gains more popularity in Indonesia, Moslem fashion is now adapting a more modern and contemporary approach rather than using the traditional method in designing the apparel and accessories product lines for the customers. Nevertheless, Moslem fashion industry also faced barriers in pursuing and creating an innovative product design in order to gain the competitive advantage in the industry. There were 70 personal communications conducted from SME Moslem fashion key personnels across Indonesia. This research applied qualitative approach, mostly using semi-structured interview’s techniques in exploring the barriers of innovation from each SMEs. As the result, it was found that human resource barrier (lack of skills and shortage of skilled staffs), operational resource barrier (rare raw materials and difficculties to find a high-quality material), financial problem (high cost in innovation, lack of fund and poor financial management) and imitations from competitors were the most prominent factors that prevent Moslem fashion SME brands to create innovative apparel design and innovative fashion product lines.
Front Matter March 2018 Matter, Front
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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“Black Box” between Authentic Leadership and Follower Commitment Heru, Tri; Haryokusumo, Diaz
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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The aims of present study was to test the theoritical linking model of authentic leadership with personal identification, social identification, trust to leader, and organizational commitment in higher education institution. The quantitative methodology used in this study incorporates cross-sectional survey method. Analysis was conducted on the sample of 150 academic and administrative staff from one of private business school in Yogyakarta special region. The direct effect between variables analyzed using path analysis and mediating mechanism using procedure from Baron and Kenny (1986) and Sobel test.  Results reveal positive and significant direct effect of authentic leadership to personal identification, social identification, trust to leader and organizational commitment. Folower’s personal identification mediate the effect of authentic leadership to follower’s trust and commitment. Follower’s trust to leader mediate the relationship between authentic leadership and follower’s commitment. Meanwhile, social identification does not mediate the effect of authentic leadership to follower’s commitment and trust to leader. Implication for management theory and practice are discussed.
Mapping the Competitive Advantage of SMEs in East Java, Indonesia Tobing, Diana Sulianti K.; Fathorazz, Moehammad; Wulandari, Gusti Ayu
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 1 (2018): March 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This article describes the situation and potential of SMEs in East Java Indonesia. Small and medium enterprises are essential to support the economic progress of a country. By using descriptive analysis and multiple regression then generated mapping. Mapping the characteristics and competitiveness of SMEs is done as a basis for gap analysis. If the current condition of Indonesian SMEs is known, benchmarking can be done by comparing ideal conditions or targets to be achieved in the face of global competition. The mapping generated from this research is expected to provide an overall picture of SMEs in disrict of Jember, Bondosowo, Situbondo and Banyuwangi, East Java Province, Indonesia, so that it can assist government and business actors in determining business strategies and policies. This study found the variables that significantly affect the competitive position are innovation ability, quality focus, customer loyalty, response to change, price advantage and marketing power. While the insignificant membership of the cooperative, it does not have a significant role for the creation of a strong competitive position. This is supported by the fact that most of the SMEs in eastern Java are not members of the cooperative. Similarly, business status with legal status and not and the use of intermediary traders is not a thing that affects the strength of competitive position.

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