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    • Corporate Branding, Emotional Attachment, and Brand Loyalty 

      Rahardjo, Felix Aprilio (MAGISTER MANAJEMEN FAKULTAS MANAJEMEN DAN BISNIS UNIVERSITAS CIPUTRA, 2017)
      Industri barang konsumen yang bergerak cepat atau yang biasa disebut fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) merupakan salah satu industri terbesar di dunia dengan nilai bisnis mecapai lebih dari 8 triiun US dollar atau sekitar ...
    • Corporate Fraud and Value of Firm : Empirical Evidence From Indonesia Capital Market 

      Hermeindito, Hermeindito; Sutanto, J.E. (Untar, 2016-11-18)
      Insider ownership and leverage has inter-substitute function to reduce negative effect of agency on value of firm. In the present of corporate fraud, the substitute function mechanism is neither sufficient nor efficient ...
    • Corporate Rebranding: A Literature Review 

      Krisprimandoyo, D. Agung (Proceeding The 2nd International Conference on Entrepreneurship (ICOEN) – 28 Agustus 2015 – P.152-165 – ISSN: 2356-3206 – Fakultas Pasca Sarjana Universitas ciputra, 2015-08-28)
      Although the media have frequently reported companies that did rebranding, this phenomenon still receives little attention from academic side. Rebranding, which is defined as the identity changing process, should be ...
    • Corporate Social Responsibility: Alat Pencitraan atau Jatidiri Perusahaan ? 

      Santoso, Eko Budi (Proceeding, Call For Paper “Perkembangan Kewirausahaan dan Tantangannya Dalam menghadapi perekonomian Indonesia di Masa Yang Akan Datang” – Tgl 19-20 Juni 2013 – ISBN: 978-979-19940-2-6 – Universitas Kristen Maranatha, 2013-06-19)
      Isu mengenai tanggung jawab sosial perusahaan merupakan isu yang menarik untuk diteliti karena terdapat beberapa aspek yang mendasarinya. Tanggung jawab sosial perusahaan dapat dipandang sebagai bagian dari straregi bisnis ...
    • The Correlation Between Self-Concept And Assertiveness On Teenage Girls Of Dating Violence Victims 

      Lisayani Pramono, Monica; Lukito Setiawan, Jenny (Proceeding Book, Mindfulness, Well-Being & Positive Psychology – Edisi Pertama – 2012 – Psychology Faculty Of Tarumanegara University, 2012)
      Dating Violence is now a very common phenomenon. The negative impacts of dating violence to teenage girls include feelings of powerless, inferiority, self-blame and others. According to the statistical data collected by ...
    • The Correlation between Students’ Entrepreneurial Capacities and Entrepreneurial Project’s Success Rate 

      Liem, Maria Christina; Yosua, Eric (Proceedings of 23rd International Business Research Conference, Theme: Research for Progress – 18-20 Nov 2013 – ISBN: 978-1-922069-36-8 - World Business Institute Pty Ltd, 2013-11-18)
      Purpose – This paper is purposed to examine the correlation between Entrepreneurial Capacities and Entrepreneurial Project’s Success Rate. Students‟ Entrepreneurial Capacities are divided as intelligent, personality, ...
    • Correlations Creativity, Intelligence, Personality, and Entrepreneurship Achievement 

      Antonio, Tony; Lanawati, Sri; Wiriana, T.A.; Christina, Lucya (Procedia, Social and Behavioral Sciences - Volume 115, 21 February 2014 – ISSN: 1877-0428 – Elsevier Ltd., 2014-02-21)
      Student profile is very significant for the education especially entrepreneurship education. Ciputra University has designed a student profile that consist of several characters and traits that play great roles to pursue ...
    • Creating Clover Powder Herbal Drink 

      Saleh, Nini Jayanti; Soediro, Moses (The 3rd ICOEN 2016 - Book 4 - Universitas Ciputra, 2016-08-22)
      Young generations in Indonesia are mostly consuming imported food and beverage product nowadays. Therefore, food and beverage producer do not prefer to use local ingredients. With the momentum of healthy lifestyle trend ...
    • Creating University’s Competitive Strategy Through A Qualified Knowledge Transformation (A Case Study In Ciputra University) 

      Melinda, Tina (International Seminar on Industrial Engineering and Management (ISIEM) - Vol.3 Tahun 2009 - ISSN: 1978-774X, 2009)
      Economy globalization and information technology revolution give a tremendous impact to higher Education in Indonesia. When a national education cannot respond to the globalization challenge, the institution is expected ...
    • The Creation Of Barracuda Fish Based Meatball As Nutritious Food 

      Hariohoedojo, Alexander; Minantyo, Hari; Winarno, Prasetyon Sepsi (Food Science and Quality Management - Vol.43 – 2015 - P.73-78 – ISSN: 2225-0557 (Online) - IISTE, 2015)
      Food product as the result of culinary product recently has already been done by culinary lovers to cultivate and utilize various ingredients either as basic ingredient or substitutional ingredient, either from plant food ...
    • Creative Entrepreneurial Education to Communicate Towards Children through Project Based Learning 

      Liem, Maria Christina; Limbing, Lexi Pranata Budidharmanto (Proceeding (ICONEE), Entrepreneurship Education towards ASEAN Economic Community – 28-29 August 2014 – ISBN: 978-602-14459-2-1 - Universitas Ciputra, 2014-08-28)
      Purpose – The purpose of this study is to increase students’ business communication skills through project based learning. In the beginning of the business communication class for hospitality and tourism students, the ...
    • Creative Low Carbon Buildings through Integrated Configuration of Folding Roof-BIPV in an Office Buliding in Surabaya 

      Susan (Proceeding 2015 TAU International Conference: Mitigating and Adapting Built Environments for Climate Change in the Tropics – 30-32 March 2015 – ISBN: 978-602-72337-0-6 - Tanri Abeng University, 2015-03-30)
      Low-carbon buildings (LCB) are buildings which are designed with the concept of GHG reduction. GHGs are released in the atmosphere during each stage of buildings life. The stages are building construction, building operation, ...
    • Creative Problem Solving Sebagai Media Pengembangan Makanan (Studi Kasus Pada Mata Kuliah Introduction to Culinary Business Environment Di Culinary Business Department Universitas Ciputra Surabaya) 

      Sondak, Michael Ricky (Journal of Tourism Destination and Attraction – Vol.II No.2, Desember 2014 – ISSN: 2329-1987 - Fakultas Pariwisata Universitas Pancasila -, 2014-12)
      Introduction to culinary Business Environment is a course that is based on a real project with real problems experienced by students. Students are expected to be able to understand and professionals of the food product, ...
    • Credit Policy Planning in Medium Scale Business 

      Herdinata, Christian (Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational research, 2016-01-19)
      In dealing with the factors affecting credit policy, a management should consider external and internal information before creating a policy. Internal factors include the structure and the amount of available bank assets ...
    • Critical Reflection and Feedback for Medical Students: A Comparative Study 

      Ritunga, Imelda; Rahayu, Gandes Retno; Suhoyo, Yoyo (Asosiasi Pendidikan Kedokteran Indonesia, 2018-03-01)
      Introduction: The physician who reflects critically will interpret the experience, aware of its limitations, and will become life long learner. When implementing reflection learning in medical education, it is necessary ...
    • CSR di Kampung Wisata Jambangan 

      Indrianto, Agoes Tinus Lis; Dutha, I Dewa Gde Satrya Widya (2014-07-01)
      The characteristics of surabaya tourism is urban tourism' with the limitations of natural attractions, Surabaya has an artificial tourism based on community based tourism i; the residential area in Jambangan tourism v ...
    • CSR untuk Cagar Budaya 

      Indrianto, Agoes Tinus Lis; Satrya, I Dewa Gde (STP Trisakti, 2016-03-01)
      Based on the study about tourism icon identification in Surabaya by Surabaya Development Planning Body in 2015, Surabaya tourism icons are cultural heritage areas that include Kota Tua, TuguPahlawan and Tunjungan Street. ...
    • Cultural Changing In Global Competition 

      Kusuma, Meidiahna (Proceeding, Innovation in Technology, Information, and Management Concerning Worldwide Economic Challenge – Vol.5, -16 Feb 2012 – ISSN: 1978-774X – 5th ISIEM, 2012-02-16)
      In going global, firms are forced to be local yet stay competitive. It is because culture defeats the possibility to use a purely standardization strategy for going global. Culture also turned out to be a factor contributing ...
    • Cultural Changing In Global Competition. 

      Kusuma, Meidiahna (Proceeding. Innovation In Technology, Information, And Management Concerning Worldwide Economic Challenge – Vol.5, February 2012 – ISSN: 1978-774X - International Seminar On Industrial Engineering and Management (ISIEM)., 2012-02)
      In going global, firms are forced to be local yet stay competitive. It is because culture defeats the possibility to use a purely standardization strategy for going global. Culture also turned out to be a teeter contributing ...
    • Customer Satisfaction to Customer Loyalty on G-Walk Brand 

      Sutanto, J.E; Kusumowidagdo, Astrid (STIE IEU & KADIN Surabaya, 2012-08)
      This research will give advantages for the entrepreneurship lecturers' team to give feed back and also to explore the result of Project Based Learning Method on Entrepreneurship-S in University of Ciputra comprehensively. ...