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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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Front Matter September 2018 Matter, Front
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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Financial Literacy, Ponzi and Pyramid Scheme in Indonesia Hidajat, Taofik
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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The aim of this research is to examine empirically the influence of financial literacy on investment decisions through ponzi and pyramid schemes. Variables embedded were Social Economic Characteristics, Financial Literacy and Investments Decision. The population of this study were the people who invest their money through a Ponzi scheme and pyramid scheme. The sampling method applied was a snowball sampling of 43 respondents. Based from the research result, it was concluded that social economic characteristics, positively influences financial literacy. While, financial literacy influenced investment decision through ponzi and pyramid schemes. It is freaky because the people with good financial literacy (job occupation, education, gender and income) are still trapped under these junk investment trick modes. It was assumed that there were the other factors as the example, psychological factor like individual greed that influenced the financially literate people to invest through both junk investment schemes. It was also suggested a modification in financial literacy measuring because the existing financial literacy measuring tools had not been able to accommodate the understanding of ponzi and pyramid scheme investment.
The Influence of Sex Appeal on Consumers Attitude toward the Ads Moderated by Product Factors Nusantara, Aji Cahya; Haryanto, Budhi
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This study wants to examine the relationship between sex appeal and attitude towards the ads, and more than, this study also wants to examine the role of product factors in moderating the relationship of this two variables. Experimental design is done to control the relation among the variables observed in this study. The participants consist of 100 males’ undergraduate students of Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta-Indonesia, who are divided into 4 groups. Generalized Auto Regression Conditional Hetero-regressive (GARCH) is statistical method chosen to analysis the data. The results showed that sex appeal is an effective stimulus affects the individual positive attitude toward an advertisement. As well as product factor is another stimulus, which effectively influence positive attitudes toward advertising. But in this study also found that the product factor is not moderate the relationship between sex appeal and positive attitude toward advertising. In addition to this study also discusses the implications of both theoretical and practical, as well as the limitations of the study.
Green Customer Behavior on Eco-Friendly Products: Innovation Approach Alamsyah, Doni Purnama; Syarifuddin, Didin; Mohammed, Hayder Alhadey Ahmed
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This aim of the study investigates the correlation of perceived innovation, service innovation and green perceived value on eco-friendly products, to improve customer decision of product with moderation of sex and educational background. The study of eco-friendly product has been common in the world. Indonesia is a country which is not very good at circulation of eco-friendly product. The study is conducted with focuses on eco-friendly products; through experiment survey to customer who has bought eco-friendly products in Bandung city. The research found that perceived innovation, service innovation and green perceived value have correlation. However green perceived value as based of purchase decision of customer can only be improved by perceived innovation of eco-friendly products. Furthermore, sex and customer’s educational background can truly support the correlation of perceived innovation with green perceived value of customer. This research finding explained how important perceived innovation supported by the characteristics (sex, educational background) of customers.
HRM Practices in Indonesia: the Contributing Power of Embeddedness and Support Martono, S; Putri, Vini Wiratno
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This study aims to test the effect of HRM practices on the employees’ task performance and how the correlation is mediated by the variables of job embeddedness and perceived organizational support. The methods of data collection employed observation, questionnaire online and offline, and interview. Sampling uses the survey method, with the number of respondents 480 (response rate 87.27%) academics in Indonesia. The analysis of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with Warp PLS program was used to test the hypothesis. The result of this study shows that the supported HRM practices affect employee performance, job embeddedness and perceived organizational support. Employee performance is also directly affected by job embeddedness and perceived organizational support. Based on the result, there is an effect of HRM practices on the task performance, the better HRM practices are, the more employees’ task performance will improve. Job embeddedness and perceived organizational support are also affected by HRM practices. In addition, this study also proves that job embeddedness and perceived organizational support can also improve employees’ task performance. Besides affecting directly, job embeddedness and perceived organizational support have a role as mediating variables in the HRM practices on performance. The result of this study provides an understanding that good HRM practices are crucial to be applied not only in the profitable organization but also in the universities. This study provides a description of the importance of good HRM practices to be implemented in the universities. Furthermore, it is necessary to continue studying the roles of human resources practices with the larger sample.
Role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), Perception of Justice and Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance Hidayah, Siti; Harnoto, Harnoto
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This study aims to investigate the role of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) on employee performance through perception of justice and job satisfaction of employees. Sample for the present study consisted of 309 employees working in Baitul Maal Wat Tamwil (BMT) of Central Java. Result of regression analysis indicated that perception of justice was positively and significantly related to job satisfaction and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), whereas job satisfaction was found to be related positively and significantly with organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). Then, also perception of justice, job satisfaction, and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) were found to be related positively and significantly with employee performance. Based on these results, it can be interpreted that perception of justice, job satisfaction, and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) are valuable components of an organization. These components can become important factors to improve employee and organizational performance. Theoretical and practical implications of the result are discussed.
Online Brand Experience: Drivers and Consequences Pratomo, Luki Adiati; Magetsari, Ovy Noviati Nuraini
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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The purpose of this study is to determine the influence of brand involvement, customer-brand engagement, online brand experience to brand satisfaction and brand loyalty of mobile banking applications users in BCA, Bank Mandiri, BRI, and BNI as the big four most valuable brands in Indonesia. This study used primary data sources obtained directly by distributing questionnaires to 260 respondents. The sampling method used is non-probability sampling with purposive sampling technique, and the criteria of respondents used in this study are consumers who own and use mobile banking applications at least once a month. The research method used is SEM, analysis of data quality using a validity test and reliability test. The findings of this study are Brand Involvement has a positive effect toward Customer Brand Engagement, Customer Brand Engagement has a positive effect toward Online Brand Experience, Online Brand Experience has a positive effect toward Brand Satisfaction and Brand Loyalty. Brand Satisfaction has a positive effect toward Brand Loyalty. 
Back Matter September 2018 Matter, Back
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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How a Mediating Variable Need in the Loyalty Examination? Pambudi, Bima Andrianto; Soliha, Euis; Tjahjaningsih, Endang
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of bank image and service quality to satisfaction and their impacts on customer loyalty. The object of this research was Bima saving customers at PT. Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Tengah, Klaten Branch. In this study the population used was limited to the customers of the Bima Savings at PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Tengah, Klaten Branch. The sample was 97 respondents with the sampling technique of Purposive.The samples were carefully selected so that they were relevant to the study. The results of the research indicate that: bank image has positive significant effect on satisfaction; service quality has positive significant effect on satisfaction; bank image has positive significant effect on loyalty; service quality has positive significant effect on loyalty and satisfaction has positive significant effect on loyalty. The results of mediation effect show that bank image and service quality more effectively influence directly on customer loyalty than through customer satisfaction. Satisfaction is significantly capable as a mediator in the association. 
Corruption and Government Intervention on Bank Risk-Taking: Cases of Asian Countries Nurhidayat, Rizky Maulana; Rokhim, Rofikoh
Jurnal Dinamika Manajemen Vol 9, No 2 (2018): September 2018 (DOAJ Indexed)
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This paper aims to addresses the impact of corruption, anti-corruption commission, and government intervention on bank’s risk-taking using banks in Asian Countries such as  Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and South of Korea during the period 1995-2016. This paper uses corruption variable, bank-specific variables, macroeconomic variables, dummy variables and interaction variable to estimate bank’s risk-taking variable. Using data from 76 banks in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and South Korea over 21 years, this research finds consistent evidence that higher level of corruption and government intervention in crisis-situation will increase the risk-taking behaviour of banks. In the other hand, bank risk-taking behaviour minimized by the existence of anti-corruption commission. In addition, this paper also finds that government intervention amplifies corruption’s effect on bank’s risk-taking behaviour because of strong signs of moral hazard and weaknesses in the governance and supervision.

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