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The Asian Journal of Technology Management (AJTM)
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PURPOSE The Asian Journal of Technology management aims to promote interdisciplinary research regarding the special problems and opportunities related to technology management fields in Asia and its effects beyond. It publishes papers by worldwide scholars, practitioners, and those interested in Asian technology development under one of these classifications research paper, viewpoint, conceptual paper, case study, literature review. The journal is intended as an instrument for individuals conducting research on technology management at both micro and macro level of analysis as well as its relationship with other managerial functions such as operations, marketing finance, and human resource. READERSHIP Researchers, educator, senior practitioners in the areas of technology economics, research and development, innovation management, technology management, technology transfer, technology and business strategy will find the journal interest. UNIQUENESS AS ATTRACTIVENESS FACTOR The uniqueness factor of Asian Journal of Technology Management is the scope of study which views the intersect of Technology and Management in a fashionable and unique way in creating competitive advantage of corporations and nations in Asia. As we are facing a fast changing Asia, where old customs and tradition meet technology adoption and the government, industry, corporations; the journal intends to take part in the swift change and is filling a niche in the journal business. There is no other journal that intersects Technology Management and micro-macro level analyzes in the continent of Asia where extensive and considerable shift of technology adoption is in a fast pace. AJTM Journal Indexed by Cross Ref, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, DOAJ and Indonesian Publication Index (IPI). Print ISSN: 1978-6956; Online ISSN: 2089-791X
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Assesment of Innovation Process Capability-Based on Innovation Value Chain Model in East Java Footwear Industry Lianto, Benny; Wahyudi, Rahman Dwi; Rinawiyanti, Esti Dwi; Herninda, Aziera
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Abstract. This study attempts to assess the innovation process based on  innovation value chain model in footwear industry in East Java, Indonesia. A strength and weakness mapping analysis was performed and it included three factors related to company characteristics: operation scale based on number of employees, operational priod, and market orientation. The samples were 62 footwear industries, members of East Java  Indonesian Footwear Association (Aprisindo). The questionnaire was sent via email. Thirty industries (48.38%) sent the questionnaire back. A focus group discussion (FGD) was conducted with several representatives from footwear industry before the questionnaire was sent.  The study found that companies are relatively good at idea conversion (42,30%)  but the companies have  a little difficulties at diffusion (50,80%) and  at idea generation (55,80%). From the result respose show (see table.2) that the weakest links (the innovation process bottleneck) is cross-pollination activity [in which the people typically dont collaborate on projects across units, businesses, or subsidiaries (88,6%)],  while the strongest links is selection activity [the companies have a risk- averse attitude toward  investing in novel ideas (39,3%)]. Based on p-value, the study found that company characteristics influencing a certain phase of innovation value chain significantly were company period (age of company) and market orientation. Specifically, both of them influenced idea generation phase.Keywords:  Innovation Process Capability, Innovation value chain, footwear industry.
A Pilot Study On The Sustainability Of The Engineers’ Technical Knowledge Repository (KR) Establishment: A Malaysian Case Noordin, Siti Arpah Binti; Raja Mohamad, Raja Faralita Binti; Shuhidan, Shamila Mohamed
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Abstract. Knowledge is an important resource in this current economic condition where organizations are competing in creating more innovation in order to maintain their business in the marketplace. Thus, it is important for an establishment to continue their capitalizing their knowledge asset as knowledge is vital to gain competitive advantage in this current epoch. With regards to that, an organization needs to plan and design the most appropriate approach which enable the organizational knowledge asset to be captured, stored and utilized its valuable benefits. Establishing a knowledge repository (KR) is one of the approaches organizations adapt in maintaining organizational knowledge asset and promoting knowledge reuse. The focal point of this research is on the sustainability of knowledge repository establishment in sharing, transferring, storing the technical knowledge of the key personnel from the Malaysian public sector. The study adopted the qualitative research approach as its aim is to look into the sustainability of KR in an in-depth manner which concerned with the societal facet of that particular system. Therefore, the paper discusses the outcomes from the pilot study on which elements that sustain the significant impact in contributing to the process of knowledge repository sustainability in an organization.Keywords: Engineers, Knowledge Repository, Knowledge Management, Malaysia, Public Sector, Sustainability, Technical Knowledge
Entrepreneurial Behavior and Innovative Behavior: A Conceptual Clarification Amir, Muhammad Taufiq
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Abstract. This paper represents one effort to systematize the use of terminology of entrepreneurial behavior and innovative behavior and to clarify how they relate each other. A clearly stated set of relationship and dynamics on these two concepts is necessary for scientific understanding, explanation and prediction. An agreed-upon relationship between entrepreneurial behavior and innovative behavior makes it easier for investigators to build on each other’s work, and for practitioners to decide whether research finding are applicable to them. Author first reviews some of the existing definitions on entrepreneurial behavior and innovative behavior and illustrates how they are mutually explaining and overlapping. Various terms used to describe the phenomena of interest are clarified. Endorsing, refining, and shepherding entrepreneurial opportunities are more related to idea generation phase of innovative behavior. While the other behaviors, identifying, acquiring and deploying resources needed to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities are more related to idea implementation phase of innovative behavior. Using the theory of socio-cognitive approach, pattern recognition and regulatory focus, the study details the discussion and concludes the overlap between entrepreneurial behavior and the innovative behavior. Keywords: Corporate entrepreneurship, innovation, innovative behavior; entrepreneurial behavior, socio-cognitive perspective 
Business Process Oriented Knowledge Management System Design (Case Study Development Center of Metrological Human Resources, Ministry of Trade Republic of Indonesia) Febriantoro, Wicaksono; Surendro, Kridanto
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Abstract. The aim of this  study  is to  design a business process oriented Knowledge Management System (KMS) in government training institutions using knowledge modeling methods  and  knowledge  infrastructure  process  design  of  Strohmaier. Lecturer  (WI) business process is the main case study for this research. The preliminary identification and analysis showed that 7 of 10 business processes have not been fully identified in terms of their knowledge  processes. Further analysis showed that  in  general,  all  business processes have not been optimized yet to fulfill all the components of knowledge creation to knowledge application. The results of the completed knowledge process design showed that there are 53 stages of the process (there are new additional 19 stages of the process). The new processes are largely on the knowledge transfer and knowledge application that have been defined.  In  addition,  KMS  architecture  and  IT  tools  as  supporting  knowledge infrastructure designs  are  defined.  The  IT  tools  are  expected  to  support  two  knowledge process strategies :the codification strategy with the  supporting  IT  Tools : content  management  system ,  information  retrieval  system,  expert  locator  and  the personalization  strategy with  the  supporting  IT  Tools such as community of practice tool, virtual work space application and discussion group based application.Keywords: business processes, knowledge process, knowledge management system, knowledge infrastructure, IT Tools
Impact of ATM Service on Customer Perception and Satisfaction of Indian Banks Malik, Garima; Bansal, Sanjeev
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Abstract. Indian banking sector has completely changed. It has undergone much technological advancement that makes banking easy. Technological advancements are important but at the end what build customer satisfaction is proper management, employee behavior and customer relationship handling. Customer satisfaction is a sum of many variables that is many factors together leads to customer satisfaction. This modern electronic banking has completely changed the concept and functioning of banking system in India. Indian banking has moved from cash economy to cheque to and finally to the use of plastic cards. The customer satisfaction is dependent on customer awareness to a lot of extent. An unaware customer has less knowledge and therefore they cannot use the facilities completely even if they have it at their disposal. Customers prefer public sector banks when they are looking for trust and security and reliability. When it comes to speed, advancements and up gradation people shits from public sector banks to private sector banks. Customer gets satisfied only when they get quality service from the brand they are dealing with. This is very important for the marketers or the service providers as this leads to consumer satisfaction which benefits them and this brings loyalty to the brand enhancing the brand positioning. This research is important because new modern era has made people technology savvy they start their day with technology and end with technology therefore it is important to see the perception of users towards various factors of ATM. This research is conducted to see the highlighting factors that have direct impact on ATM services. Keywords: ATM, Customer satisfaction, Service quality, Private Banks, Public banks
A Framework of Successful E-Business Incubator for Indonesian Public Universities Gozali, Lina; Masrom, Maslin; Haron, Habibah Norehan; Zagloel, Teuku Yuri M
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Abstract. In many developed countries, many business incubators take part to help starts-up company to develop their own business; especially the baby born business cannot compete with the giant industries that have become the old business players. Universities play an important role in motivating young graduates to become technology entrepreneur. Unemployment in Indonesia is still the main issue for the government program to increase welfare in the future. In year 2014 the data from Statistic Center of Indonesia state that Indonesia has 4% unemployment from Indonesia’ work generation. In Indonesia, incubators has been developed since 1992 initiated by the government, Cooperative Department and also universities. This effort continued in 1997 when there was a program called the Development of Entrepreneurship Culture in universities, and of its activity was New Entrepreneur Incubator. The objectives of the research are to investigate the success factor for e-business incubator, and to propose and develop a framework for successful e-business incubator for public universities in Indonesia. Research location is in Indonesia for the public universities that have their e-business incubator. This research will conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses based on data collection from incubator managers and business founders in Indonesia. The result of this research is a framework for successful e-business incubator in Indonesian public universities.Keywords: E-business incubator, Public university incubator, Successful e-business incubator, Framework, Indonesia 
Existing and Expected Service Quality of Grameenphone Users in Bangladesh Ullah, Azmat; Rahman, Md. Hasebur
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Abstract. The Grameenphone (GP) is a market leader in the telecommunication industry in Bangladesh. This study investigates the existing and expected service quality of Grameenphone users in Bangladesh. The Study reveals that there are significant gap between existing and expected perceived service network, 3G, customer care, physical facilities, billing cost, information service, mobile banking and GP offers. The study concludes that customer satisfaction is a dynamic phenomenon. Maintaining desired level of customer satisfaction requires corporate proactive responsiveness in accessing, building & retaining satisfied customers for sustainable competitive advantages in the marketplace.Keywords: Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction, Existing Service Quality, Expected Service Quality, Grameenphone 
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