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    • THE SUCCESSION PROGRAM PLANNING OF DAMAI SEJAHTERA FAMILY BUSINESS 

      Ongkowidjojo, Kevin Alexander; Tambunan, Damelina Basauli (The First International Conference on Entrepreneurship, 2014-09)
      This research was conducted to describe the succession program planning at Damai Sejahtera family business. This research was a qualitative design in which the data were gained through conducting survey supported with ...
    • Supporter of the Disable to Drive Them in Becoming Entrepreneur 

      Kusuma, Meidiahna; Pranatasari, Fransisca Desiana; Hartono, Wendra (Universitas Diponegoro Semarang, 2017-12-12)
      Abstract Purpose – This study aims to identify the supporter and type of support given to the disables in becoming entrepreneurs. It is because most of disables have low self-esteem and do not have self-confidence. Whereas ...
    • Supporting Program for Disadvantage Students to Increase the Successful Rate in Study in University 

      Tambunan, Damelina Basauli (The 14th Procedings SEAAIR, 2014-10)
      The aim of this research is to find out the expected program to be conducted by university to encourage the confidence of the disadvantage students in Indonesia in order to increase the successful rate to finish their study ...
    • Surviving Conflict: A Case Study of Tourism Industry in Maluku 

      Hongdiyanto, Charly (Proceeding 12th Ubaya International Annual Symposium on Management – 13-15 March 2015 – ISBN: 978-979-99365-9-2 – Universitas Surabaya, 2015-03-13)
      Once was known as the island of spices during the colonialism era, Ambon, the capital of Maluku mostly known as the province of one Thousand Islands. This archipelago gifted with such a beauty only nature can offer. Maluku ...
    • Sustainable Competitive Advantages Strategy Through Own Product Development at PT. SKO 

      Kurniawan, Reza; Bernardus, Denny (The 3rd ICOEN 2016 - Book 4 - Universitas Ciputra, 2016-08-22)
      Companies should have a competitive advantage in order to compete with other. Business competition in mechanical-electrical construction is going to red ocean area. Drive the company's management to think hard to find the ...
    • The Sustainable Practices of Indonesian Fashion Brands 

      Tanzil, Marini Yunita (ITB, 2017-09-05)
      In the recent years, sustainability has been more prominent and performing as an influential attribute in the fashion industry. As fashion consumers become more conscious and informed on the complications caused by the ...
    • A systematic review and meta-analytic factor analysis of the depression anxiety stress scales 

      Livia, Yuliawati (Wiley Library, 2020)
      The current work systematically reviews the factor structure of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS), further synthesizing findings via meta-analytic factor analyses on available data. The review encompasses 78 ...
    • Team Ambidexterity: Investigating Its Antecedent And Consequence Of Innovation Success 

      Jacob, Gabriel Henry; Liang, Xingye; Gielnik, Michael Marcus; Kaur, Ameek; Antonio, Tony; Murwani, Fulgentius Danardana; Hendrasmoro; Hasan, Johan; Waney, Gamaliel; Christiani, Natalia; Lam, Swee-Sum; Seah, David Jeremiah (Academy of Management Proceedings, 2020)
      Ambidexterity theory proposes that systems pursuing innovation at the individual, team or, organization level must be capable of performing both exploratory and exploitative activities to successfully deal with the conflicting ...
    • Teenagers Behavior and Celebrity: The Other Side of Creative Industry in Media 

      Yuliawati, Livia; Moerkardjono, Sukma Rani (Proceeding of the 4th IICIES “Developing & Collaborating In Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Pursue ASEAN Emerging Market” – Book 03, June 2012 – ISBN: 978-979-19081-7-7 – CIEL SBM-ITB., 2012-06)
      As the part of creative industry, media is the most powerful and effective way in influencing young generation. Television drama, reality show, movie, music, and social media become the part of teenager daily activities. ...
    • Teenagers Behavior and Celebrity: The Other Side of Creative Industry in Media 

      Livia, Yuliawati (Proceedings of The 4th Indonesia International Conference on Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Small Business, 2016)
    • The Teenagers’ Lifestyle of Popular Culture Fans 

      Livia, Yuliawati (Springer Science+Business Media Singapore, 2013)
      During the period of identity formation, teenagers are looking for role model as their references. Those references may come from the involvement as certain popular culture fans. Several activities can be done for admiring ...
    • THESUCCESS OF TRANSMIGRANTS FROM EAST JAVA IN II/IIGRANT LOCATION AND ITS IIMPACTONTHE BEHAVIOR OF THE SOCIETY FROM THEORIGIN 

      Sukesi, Sukesi; Sutanto, J. E. (Sukesi & Sutanto, J. E. 2015. THESUCCESS OF TRANSMIGRANTS FROM EAST JAVA IN II/IIGRANT LOCATION AND ITS IIMPACTONTHE BEHAVIOR OF THE SOCIETY FROM THEORIGIN. International Journal of Academic Research, 7(2):290-293., 2015-03-02)
      Transmigration is one of the government's solutions to achieve balanced distribution of population, expand business opportunities, and improve the quality of production and Income. This study identifies the social, economic, ...
    • To What Extent is Leader-member Exchange and Psychological Safety Able to Influence Counterproductive Work Behavior? Evidence from the Hospitality Industry in Surabaya, Indonesia 

      Oktavio, Adrie (Universitas Brawijaya, 2020-07-21)
      Counterproductive work behavior (CWB) is a form of behavioral and unethical deviation that can threaten the existence of companies including the hotel industries that uphold the values of hospitality in their services. ...
    • Tourism CSR by Blue Bird Taxi 

      Gde Satrya Widya Dutha, I Dewa; Tinus Lis Indrianto, Agoes (Universitas Mataram, 2015-07-29)
      One of the Corporate Social Responsibility action in the tourism field is seen in the popularization of the city branding of “Sparkling Surabaya”. This is done by the Blue Bird taxi company in Surabaya. In a creative way, ...
    • TOWARDS EXCELLENT HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY THROUGH MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM FRAMEWORK 

      Mastan, Stanislaus Adnanto (Universitas Surabaya, 2017-01-17)
      Indonesia's tourism industry hold particular promising potential, in fact from statistic's data shows that during last 10 years, visitation from foreign tourist was increased about 76%. Tourism object need to be support ...
    • Translating International Standard Audit Adaptation using Diagnostic Control System on Higher Education 

      Mastan, Stanislaus Adnanto (Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (UNDIKSHA), 2017-08-26)
      Higher Education play a critical role in producing graduates who are competent and required to be able to adapt with changes in policy and structural. One of the impact is occurred in the Accounting areas where global ...
    • Understanding The Struggle Of University Students In Indonesia 

      Lukito Setiawan, Jenny (Proceeding International Conference, “Improving The Quality Of Human Life - September 2007 – Faculty of Psychology University of Surabaya, 2007-09)
      Young people are great assets for a nation. Nowadays many young people in Indonesia take up higher education in order to prepare themselves to enter work life. However, effort to improve the quality of young people life ...
    • University students and their concerns: prevalence and degree of severity 

      Lukito Setiawan, Jenny (Proceeding International Conference, “Improving The Quality Of Human Life - September 2007 – Faculty of Psychology of Surabaya, 2007-09)
      It is undoubted that being at university can be a 'time of growth', but can also involve 'unbearable stresses. This is true since undergraduates are in a transitional period, i.e. moving from adolescence to young adulthood, ...
    • Using Correct Prepositions of Time to Enliven ESL Learners’ Communication Skill 

      Christiani, Natalia (ICon-ELite UNESA 2018, 2018-07-18)
      Learning to speak English as a second language means learning to say it properly-fluently and grammatically correct. When learning it, people tend to know not only its bunch of the vocabularies but also how to use those ...
    • Using Interactive Control System in Entrepreneurship Education: Case Study in Higher Education 

      E. D. R., Wirawan; Santoso, Eko Budi (SEAAIR, 2015-09-30)
      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 ...