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The South East Asian Journal of Management
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ISSN : 19781989     EISSN : 23556641     DOI : 10.21002
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The South East Asian Journal of Management Aim and Scope The South East Asian Journal of Management (SEAM) aims to present the latest thinking and research that test, extends, or builds management theory and contributes to management practice. Contents of the Journal will be of interest to management teachers, student and researchers as well as to practicing managers and material will be analytical rather than descriptive. Whilst a major focus of the journal is on the Asian countries and management issues connected with it, increasingly, global concerns and conceptual topics will be covered. The Journal does not take a narrow view of business and management and will publish in other disciplines if they contribute significantly to problems considered by managers and researchers. To be published in SEAM, a manuscript must make strong empirical and theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the management field. Thus, preference is given to submissions that test, extend, or build strong theoretical frameworks while empirically examining issues with high importance for management theory and practice.
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THE IMPACT OF PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION ON CREATIVE BEHAVIOR AMONG INDONESIAN RADIO STATION MANAGERS Nugroho J. Setiadi; Anees Janee Ali; Rehana Aafaqi
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 1, No 1 (2007): April 2007
Publisher : Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

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The main purpose of the article is to increase understanding in some personal characteristics affecting creative performance among Indonesian radio station managers’ leadership context. Using creativity-relevant personal characteristics and motivation as input model, the authors identified that both of these two variables are positively related to creative performance. The study hypothesized that Leader-member exchange (LMX) moderate the relationship between personal characteristics and creative performance. Among a sample of 283 Indonesian radio station managers, results found that creativity-relevant personal characteristics and intrinsic motivation were positively related to creative performance when managers’ perception of followers’ work contribution toward them (as the second dimension of LMX) was high.Keywords: Creativity; Personal characteristics; Motivation; Leader-member exchange.
INTEGRATE REENGINEERING AND TQM: AN ATTEMPT TO REDEFINE REFORMATION Wakhid Slamet Ciptono
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 1, No 1 (2007): April 2007
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This study examines the structural relationships between TQM, Reengineering, Operational Excellence in downstream and upstream sectors, Reformation, and sustainable community development program. A good understanding of how oil and gas industry should integrate mainstreaming the approach to sustainable community development into policymaking. Sustainable community development should be implemented by  considering the links between change management through TQM and reengineering, operational excellence applications, and the real reformation. Recognizing that contributions of reformation (via the amendment of law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 22/2001 concerning oil and natural gas) in the sustainable community development is a key component in the Indonesia’s economy reform and recovery.Empirical evidences find that seven causal paths specified in the hypothesized model were found to be positive and statistically significant. Furthermore empirical results suggest that reengineering has a positive and significant indirect effect on sustainable community developmentprogram through its direct effect on operational excellence in supply chain; and reformation. The result also shows that a complete model fit and the acceptable parameter level which indicate the overall parameter are good fit between the hypothesized model and the observed data. By concentrating on a single industry (oil and gas) is that SEM specification of the structural relationship model between six constructs can be more complete and specific because unique characteristics of the oil and gas industry can be included (upstream and downstream chain activities). Finally, the particular design of the research and the findings suggest that the structural model of the study has a great potential for replication to business as well as public sectors.Keywords:Operational Excellence, Reengineering, Reformation, Total Quality Management(TQM), and Sustainable Community Development Program.
PARADOXICAL STRATEGIES AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: THE CASE OF INDONESIAN BANKING INDUSTRY Mohammad Hamsal; I Gusti Ngurah Agung
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 1, No 1 (2007): April 2007
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Recently, research on paradoxical strategies has been considered critical in winning in the competitive dynamic landscape, characterized by uncertainty and rapid changes in the business environment. Such environmental uncertainties require firm to apply paradoxical strategies; combining strategic flexibility and strategic consistency (Parnell, 1994). This studyaddresses three main questions: what is the effect of strategic flexibility on firm’s performance; what is the effect of strategic consistency on firm’s performance; what is the contingent effect of perceived environmental uncertainty on the relationship between paradoxical strategies and firm’s performance. Questionnaires were distributed to 131 CEOs or members of top management team of Indonesian commercial banks (including sharia banks); and the 59 returned responses were analyzed to test hypotheses. The results indicate that strategic flexibility has positive effect on bank‘s performance, while strategic consistency does not have significant effect on bank’s performance. In terms of combining these two paradoxical strategies, the results of this study confirm that the effect of strategic flexibility on bank’s performance depends on strategic consistency and environmental uncertainty.Keywords:environmental uncertainty, paradoxical strategies, strategic flexibility, strategic consistency, firm performance
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AT THE VILLAGE LEVEL: HOW THAI RICE FARMERS INCORPORATE TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Jude William R. Genilo
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 1, No 1 (2007): April 2007
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The shift from agricultural to industrial and from industrial to knowledge societies has affected the ways farmers run their small-scale field activitiesin Central Thailand. To remain competitive, rice farmers need to continuously incorporate innovations and upgrade their technologies to sustain operations. These innovations and technologies may be seen inpractically all aspects of the rice production process – from seed selection to fertilization, from seed raising and growth to irrigation, from crop protection to harvesting, threshing and drying.The study basically aims to explore the plausibility of rice farming villages as “learning organizations” and within these villages, the viability of forming “communities of practice.” In so doing, it investigates how the rice farming village under study organizes, shares, moves and gains information on rice farming. The study was conducted in Baan Sap Som Boon, Nonglue Subdistrict, Muang District, Chainat Province. The study uses a qualitative, exploratory and descriptive design. It uses both primary and secondary data and an ethnographic study approach. Research method and techniques consist of review of materials, interview with key persons and farmers in the community, interview with government personnel and field observations. Data generation was conducted from October 2004 to July 2005 in Chainat Province, Thailand.
MULTINATIONALS AND UNIONISM IN INDONESIA Riani Rachmawati; Alex de Ruyter
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 1, No 1 (2007): April 2007
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This paper presents a critical analysis of the factors shaping the interaction between multinationals and trade unions in Indonesia, focusing on the recent period of democratization following the downfall of the Suharto regime. It has been suggested that union growth risks undermining Indonesia’s competitive advantages (cheap labour) and could encourage the exit of multinationals to cheaper competitors. In order to test this proposition, two case studies were conducted: one in the automotive industry and the other in the banking industry.The paper first provides an overview of multinational activity and FDI in Indonesia, and their interaction with a nascent union movement. This is followed by presenting the findings of interviews conducted at the multinational enterprises with managers and union officials; to provide empirical insights into the bargaining process. The final part of the paper provides a preliminary assessment of the impact of union behaviour on MNC profitability and competitiveness in Indonesia. In contrast to traditional views of unions as impeding MNC profitability and “encouraging” exit, the paper finds that unions and MNCs can engage in constructive partnerships, but that pressures and contradictions in the relationship remain.
EFFECTS OF CONSUMER SEARCH BEHAVIOR TYPOLOGY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS Wahyuningsih Wahyuningsih
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 1, No 1 (2007): April 2007
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The author investigates how consumer search behavior typology affects the relationship between customer satisfaction and behavioral intentions. The results show that the type of consumer as defined by whether and how they search for information (passive, rational-active, relational-dependent) perceive different levels of satisfaction and performs differently on satisfaction-behavioral intentions linkages. Relational-dependent and rational-active consumers are found to perceive higher satisfaction levels, and to express stronger intentions to engage in positive behavioral intentions than passive consumers. The identification of satisfaction and behavioral intentions within each search type allows managers to satisfy their consumers; hence, the company will obtain higher profit.Keywords: consumer behavior typology, satisfaction, behavioral intentions

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