Using Interactive Control System in Entrepreneurship Education: Case Study in Higher Education
E. D. R., Wirawan
Santoso, Eko Budi
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Universitas Ciputra known as the first university in Indonesia has focused on the entrepreneurship education using experience based learning. Through this method, students are oblique to create and develop a business project during their studies. Hence, a control system is required in order to monitor and evaluate their business projects. The purpose of this study is to explore how facilitators monitor students‘ business projects as a consequence of experiential based learning. This research investigates how facilitators use management control system to ensure that the students run their business well. This research uses qualitative approach and case study method. We employ in-depth interview, documentation, and observation to gain information from competent facilitators. Descriptive qualitative is used to analyze the data. This study found that facilitators use the interactive control system such as regular reports and triangulation methods to monitor students‘ business projects. By using these methods facilitators always communicate intensively and often influence student behavior. This study also claims that the interactive control system is one of the powerful tools to make entrepreneurship education successful.