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    • Calibrating Competitive Factors to Define Corporate Strategies: A Case Study. 

      Liliani; Siek, Michael (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)
      This paper presents the use of SPACE matrix for analyzing the firm's competitive factors. The factors to be considered are the internal factors for financial strength and competitive advantage and the external factors for ...
    • Can Start-up Businesses Achieve Business Performance? An Overview of the 

      Utami, Ch. Whidya; Christian, Timotius Febry; Teofilus; Ardyan, Elia (Romanian Society for Quality Assurance, Bucharest, Romania, 2021)
      Organizing as a managerial function is very important in the process of enterprise management, due to the fact that this function divides the tasks, responsibilities, appoints the persons who will perform the tasks and ...
    • Can Start-up Businesses Achieve Business Performance? An Overview of the 

      Utami, Ch. Whidya; Christian, Timotius Febry; Teofilus; Ardyan, Elia (Romanian Society for Quality Assurance, 2021)
      According to the literature, quality management consists of a series of critical components that have a purpose. This study test the impact of the "Soft" TQM aspects on the business performance of startups. To make it ...
    • Can Start-up Businesses Achieve Business Performance? An Overview of the 

      Utami, Ch. Whidya Christian, Timotius Febry Teofilus Ardyan, Elia (Romanian Society for Quality Assurance, Bucharest, Romania, 2021)
      According to the literature, quality management consists of a series of critical components that have a purpose. This study test the impact of the "Soft" TQM aspects on the business performance of startups. To make it ...
    • CAPABILITIES AND FAILURE: CAN SUPPORT A PERSON TO START A BUSINESS? 

      Sidharta, Helena (International Journal of Accounting, Finance and Business, 2020)
      The first step for a person to become an entrepreneur is to have entrepreneurial intention. Entrepreneurial intention is an individual manifestation of their intention to start their business and become entrepreneur. Fear ...
    • Carotenoid analysis from commercial banana cultivar (Musa spp.) in Malang, East Java, Indonesia 

      Jodiawan; Chrisdiyanti, Devi Natalia; Vi’atin, Nur; Prihastyanti, Monika Nur Utami; Chandra, Rosita Dwi; Heriyanto; Siswanti, Chandra Ayu; Hapsari, Lia; Brotosudarmo, Tatas Hardo Panintingjati (Indonesian Journal Chemistry, 2021)
      Banana, as the world’s most consumed fruit, is a good source of carbohydrate, potassium, fiber, and other essential nutrients such as pro-vitamin A carotenoids. The carotenoid contents and compositions in bananas commonly ...
    • Carotenoid composition in buah merah (Pandanus conoideus Lam.), an indigenous red fruit of the Papua Islands 

      Heriyanto; Brotosudarmo, Tatas Hardo Panintingjati; Gunawan, Indra Ajie; Fujii, Ritsuko; Maoka, Takashi; Shioi, Yuzo; Kameubun, Konstantina Maria Brigita; Limantara, Leenawaty (Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, 2022)
      The composition of carotenoid pigments from the fruit of the Pandanus plant, Pandanus conoideus Lam. monocot or locally named as red fruit, indigenous to the Papua Islands, was investigated. By chromatographic and spectrometric ...
    • Carroserie Company “X” Brand Equity Evaluation 

      Ge, Henry Djaja; Kodrat, David Sukardi (The 3rd ICOEN 2016 - Book 1 - Universitas Ciputra, 2016-08-22)
      This study aims to evaluate the brand equity of "X" carroserrie for truck company. The examination of brand equity in this research is based on two perspectives; corporate perspective and customer perspective. Meanwhile, ...
    • Case Study Condition of Business Place of PMKL in Development of B.E.S.T Program in Surabaya 

      Suryawijaya, Alan; Dewi, Liliana (Universitas Ciputra dan STIE Mahardika, 2018-08)
      Research entitled "CASE STUDY CONDITION OF BUSINESS PLACE OF PMKL IN DEVELOPMENT OF B.E.S.T PROGRAM IN SURABAYA". This study aims to find out and study the behavior of PMKL finance to develop the business. The type of ...
    • The Challenges of Family Business Succession Process In Creative Industry: A Case Study of Three Architecture Firms in Indonesia 

      Nuradhi, Laurensia Maureen; Kristanti, Lili (President University, 2022)
      From Indonesian association of consultant company data, only roughly 4% of architecture firms in Indonesia last more than one generation in Indonesia. While in Europe and United States, the number is higher and the age ...
    • The Challenges Of Family Business Succession Process: A Case Study Of Two Major Batik Peranakan Entrepreneurs In Pekalongan And Solo 

      Kristanti, Lili; Nuradhi, Maureen (2021-04-10)
      Family business has many challenges to sustain for generations. Two legendary peranakan batik entrepreneurial families halted their businesses at the third generation and this research looks for the causes of this failure. ...
    • THE CHALLENGES OF FAMILY BUSINESS SUCCESSION PROCESS: A CASE STUDY OF TWO MAJOR BATIK PERANAKAN ENTREPRENEURS IN PEKALONGAN AND SOLO 

      Kristanti, Lili; Nuradhi, Laurensia Maureen (International Journal of Family Business Practices, 2021)
      Family business has many challenges to sustain for generations. Two legendary peranakan batik entrepreneurial families halted their businesses at the third generation and this research looks for the causes of this failure. ...
    • Change in Fatherless Family: Educative Experience? 

      Livia, Yuliawati (2011 SICSS Conference Organization, 2011)
      In these decades, intact families were decreasing significantly. As the consequence, many children were born and raised in single parent families. Most of single parent families are fatherless families. Father’s death, ...
    • THE CHANGING BEHAVIOR OF HOTEL GUEST DURING PANDEMIC COVID 19: CASE OF SURABAYA HOTELS 

      Indrianto, Agoes Tinus Lis; Kristama, Baswara Yua (STESIA, 2020)
      The pandemic of COVID19 had brought a significant drop in hotel occupancy in Surabaya. The concept of “stay vacation” becomes populer among local people stay in the hotel that offer longer stay to enjoy the facilities. ...
    • Character, meaning in life, and well-being of students from teachers' perspective 

      Yuliawati, Livia; Virlia, Stefani; Sandjaja, Meilani; Sari, Tasia Puspa; Dorkas, Mopheta Audiola; Wulansari, Oktufiani Dwi (Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021)
      Previous studies have revealed the benefits of character and meaning in life for individual well-being. However, little research has been conducted on elementary and junior high school teachers who teach students between ...
    • Chromatographic Determination of Carotenoids in Food Samples 

      Brotosudarmo, Tatas Hardo Panintingjati (The Joint Conference on Research in Chemistry and Chemical Education 2022, 2022)
      Carotenoids display various colors from yellow to red present mainly in fruits, vegetables, and algae. Emphasis on obtaining accurate data has often been carried out on the types and concentration of carotenoid in foods ...
    • Cloud Computing Point of Sales Development for Indonesia Small Medium Enterprise 

      Paramita, Adi Suryaputra; Wiradinata, Trianggoro (Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, 2018)
      The agile development of Internet technology and cloud computing are frequently prevailing create small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have an opportunity to be able to utilize information technology at a cost that is ...
    • Cloud Computing-Based Point-of-Sales Readiness for Surabaya’s Small/Medium Enterprises 

      Paramita, Adi Suryaputra (The World Academy of Research in Science and Engineering, 2019-10)
      The amplification of Internet technology primarily in cloud technology development is enabling small and medium enterprises (SME's) to utilize the affordable cost of information technology infrastructure and does not require ...
    • CLUES TO PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE: ONYCHOMYCOSIS AND MORE 

      Nurhadi, Stefani; Oeiria, David Sudarto; Wirya, Stephen Akihiro (World Congress of Dermatology 2019 Milan, 2019-06-10)
      Background: Onychomycosis is defined as fungal infection of the nail due to dermatophytes or non-dermatophytes. It can present as discoloration, dystrophy and subungual hyperkeratosis. However, despite its diseased appearance, ...
    • Clustering and Feature Selection Technique for Improving Internet Traffic Classification Using K-NN 

      Wiradinata, Trianggoro; Paramita, Adi Suryaputra (Journal of Advances in Computer Networks, 2016-03-01)
      Abstract—This research will use the algorithm K-Nearest Neighbour (K-NN) to classify internet data traffic, K-NN is suitable for large amounts of data and can produce a more accurate classification, K-NN algorithm has a ...