Yuliyanto, Heri
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THE REAL WINNERS : APLIKASI KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT DALAM INDUSTRI PERBANKAN NASIONAL Yuliyanto, Heri
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 4, No 1 (2016): January - June
Publisher : Program Pendidikan Vokasi Universitas Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (232.768 KB) | DOI: 10.7454/jvi.v4i1.54

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Mastery of information technology is important for the banking industry has an oligopoly marketstructure, but does not guarantee a sustainable competitive advantage. To win the competition is not onlydetermined by the technologically and price (interest given), but also factors mastery of knowledge andinformation currently an issue that is very strategic.If a bank uses technology as an advantage its competitiveness, then the advantage will be temporary, because thetechnology has the properties easily imitated. However, if the advantages of information technology along withthe mastery of information and knowledge of quality management, the competitors require greater effort and along time to be able to imitate or duplicate the competitive advantage. Thus the competitive advantage thatwill last longer.Through literature study and analysis of secondary data obtained information that the national bankingmarket outlook is still widespread. In addition, the technology factor is not the major factor is the mainattraction or reason for customers to have a bank account, but the image bank safe is the main reason to haveaccounts.Keyword; Knowledge Mangement, MEA , competitive advantege, competitive strategy
PERSEPSI MAHASISWA TENTANG KETIDAK-JUJURAN AKADEMIK: STUDI KASUS MAHASISWA PROGRAM VOKASI UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA Yuliyanto, Heri
Jurnal Vokasi Indonesia Vol 3, No 1 (2015): January - June
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AbstractOften we see students gathered tasks given by the lecturers and they are copying answers betweenstudents and others. They perform this action with no load, even though the task is an individualtask. Do they know that what they are doing is an action that is contrary to the basic values ofacademic integrity. Or perhaps they are not aware that they are not a violation, since they merelyimitate or follow the habits of seniors or friends the same age. Then comes the question "How dothey (students) do dishonesty (cheating)?" And "Why are or what background they commit acts ofacademic dishonesty?"Based on the analysis of primary data obtained by distributing a questionnaire to students vocationalprogram UI, and secondary data obtained from the data of students who cheat (academic violations),namely cheating Even during the period 2012/2013 to 2014/2015 Odd and continued to look atstudent biographical data and results academic evaluation found that women students areproportionally larger than the act of cheating men , furthermore student selection process throughSIMAK UI has a proportionally larger than the students that the selection process through PPKB.Keywords:. SIMAK-UI, PPKB, academic violation, cheating