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The South East Asian Journal of Management
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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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OPEN SOURCE SYSTEM AS INNOVATION IN ORGANIZATIONS: A MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE ON ITS ADOPTION Noor Ismawati Jaafar; Sharifah Fazlinda Sheikh Yahya
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 8, No 2 (2014): October 2014
Publisher : Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia

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This study identifies the factors that have a direct effect on a manager's decision towards Open Source System (OSS) enterprise system adoption in Malaysia. Using the Technology-Organization-Environment (TOE) framework, the research is initiated by inviting the managers in Malaysian organizations who implemented OSS. A survey was conducted via online OSS social communities and by sending emails to shortlisted public. A total of 124 managers from 124 organizations responded to the survey and the results showed that four out of six factors were found significant in this study. In the technological context, ‘perceived relative advantage’, ‘perceived compatibility and trialability’ and ‘perceived complexity’ factors were found significant in the OSS adoption. In the organizational context, ‘management support, knowledge and expertise’ was identified as the adoption factor. Two factors in the environmental context that was not supported were the ‘technology skills and services’ and ‘platform long term viability’ although previous studies suggested otherwise.
CREDIT PARTICIPATION AND CREDIT SOURCE SELECTION OF VIETNAM SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Nguyen Anh Hoang; Toshitsugu Otake
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 8, No 2 (2014): October 2014
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This study is an attempt to investigate the motivation behind the decision to participate in the credit market of SMEs from perspectives of behavioral finance and social capital theories. In addition, the study also examines the effect of behavioral finance and social capital factors on the credit source selection among SMEs. This study’s design strategy involves conducting questionnaire surveys to SMEs owners and statistical techniques to analyze the determinants of credit participation and credit source selection of borrowers. The findings showed that personal traits of SMEs owners/managers in terms of behavioral finance factors such as debt and risk attitudes, present biased and overconfidence and firms networking also have impacts on the firms’ credit participation and credit source selection. The research is one of the few studies that consider the influence of behavioral finance factors on firms financing decision. Furthermore, our result also contributes to explain thecommon use of informal credit market in developing countries. 
THE RELATIVE EFFECTS OF LOGISTICS, COORDINATION AND HUMAN RESOURCE ON HUMANITARIAN AID AND DISASTER RELIEF MISSION PERFORMANCE Aida Idris; Saiful Nizam Che Soh
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 8, No 2 (2014): October 2014
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Most studies on humanitarian aid and disaster relief (HADR) missions suggest that the quality of logistics, coordination and human resource management will affect their performance. However, studies in developing countries are mainly conceptual and lack the necessary empirical evidence to support these contentions. The current paper thereby aimed to fill this knowledge gap by statistically examining the effects of the abovementioned factors on such missions. Focusing on the Malaysian army due to its extensive experience in HADR operations, the paper opted for a quantitative approach to allow for a more objective analysis of the issues. The results show that there are other potential determinants of mission success which deserve due attention in future studies. They also suggest that human resource is not easily measured as a construct, and that this limitation in methodology must be overcome to derive more accurate conclusions regarding its effect on HADR mission performance. 
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN LEADERS IN STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES IN INDONESIA Yuliana Dewi; Riani Rachmawati
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 8, No 2 (2014): October 2014
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Similar to many other countries in the world, Indonesia has been experiencing the increasing number of women workers participation both in formal and informal sectors. While in formal sector the number of female employees has increased from around 10 millions in 2008 to nearly 13 millions in 2011; in informal sector the figure is even doubled: more than 28 millions in 2008 to more than 30 millions in 2011. However to date, women workers are associated with low-skilled, low-wage workers who work in precarious working environment. Women are seldom hold managerial position both in public and private sector. The proportion of women in Indonesia who sit in the board of directors is only 6% from the entire women workers. Thus, this research aims to explore their development experience along the way. In order to obtain initial information, interviews with nine women managers from State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) were conducted. SOEs were chosen for convenience reason. The research indicates the low ratio number of women in SOEs management team although there is an optimism that the number would increase. Key point discovered in this research is that development experience is mainly done by the participants own initiatives whereas organisational supports are found very limited. This findings will be further explored and confirmed by involving more women managers from various sectors. Keywords: women leaders, ledership development, qualitative, Indonesia.
THE INFLUENCE OF PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL INJUSTICE TOWARDS WORKPLACE PERSONAL WEB USAGE AND WORK PRODUCTIVITY IN INDONESIA Nur Fathonah; Yanki Hartijasti
The South East Asian Journal of Management Vol 8, No 2 (2014): October 2014
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Workplace personal web usage (WPWU) is an employee’s activity in using internet for non-related task during working hours. It is considered a counterproductive behavior when done excessively because it can interrupt employee’s productivity, but it can increase creativity and eliminate boredom when used in a rational amount. The objective of this study was to prove whether perceived organizational injustice had influence on WPWU which affected work productivity. A total of 222 respondents working in various industries were gathered through web-survey. By using multinomial logistic regression analysis, this study found that high level use of internet for unrelated jobs between 2 to 4 hours a day was influenced by respondents’ perception of not getting fair treatment and incentive for being good performer, which then caused them to perform very low completion of tasks. There were two contrasting views regarding this result; organizations considered it as deviant behavior because it reduced employees’ performance whereas employees regarded it as just short breaks to get rid of stress. Hence, this finding suggested that companies should redesign its internet policies to accommodate “Work-Life Blend”; blending work and personal lives, as a consequence of cultural shift in the era of globalization and new technologies. Keywords: Organizational Justice, Workplace Personal Web Usage, Work Productivity, Work-Life Blend, Indonesia.

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