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Jurnal Bisnis dan Manajemen
ISSN : 14123681     EISSN : 24424617     DOI : -
Core Subject : Economy,
Jurnal Bisnis dan Manajemen (JBM), with ISSN 1412 - 3681 (printed) and ISSN 2442 - 4617 (Online), is published by LMFE Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Padjadjaran. JBM is published twice a year (every March and September).
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Analysis of Logistics Delivery Performance (A Case Study of Rental ToolsDelivery in “XYZ” Power Plant Project at The Energy Service Fossil Division) RAYMOND, RINALDI; HIDAYAT, NILA K.; PASASA, LINUS; YUNUS, EFRATA D. S.
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 16, No 2 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2158.688 KB) | DOI: 10.24198/jbm.v16i2.18

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the logistics delivery performance of rental tools delivery for temporary import in XYZ Power Plant Project at the Energy Service Division. This research is a mixture of quantitative and qualitative research and using both primary and secondary data, which collected from the company data including interview with the logistics manager and monitoring delivery data of XYZ Power Plant Project in the Logistics Department Energy Service Division. After the data was gathered, AMOS software is used to provide Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) and Path Diagram in order to identify influential factors to logistics delivery performance. Furthermore, to measure the KPI in terms of delivery reliability of logistics delivery performance levels of rental tools in XYZ power plant project in 2013 by the logistics department in the energy service fossil division. This study uses time series data from September 2013 - December 2013. Based on the results of research, it can be seen that customs clearance has positive moderate correlation to the logistics delivery performance, while number of items factor has a positive weak correlation to the logistics delivery performance. This research also found that the KPI in terms of delivery reliability of delivery performance level of rental tools in XYZ power plant project 2013 by the logistics department in the energy service division is 56.67%” which is Insufficient in logistics benchmark level. Thus, in purpose of increasing the logistics delivery performance in the XYZ Power Plant Project, the company should improve the delivery reliability. In addition the company should pay more attention to customs clearance process, since customs clearance is the most influential factor to the logistics delivery performance.Keywords: Logistics, Delivery Reliability, KPI, Temporary Import, On-Time Delivery.
Which Intelligence is Most Important in Forming the Entrepreneurial Spirit? Soemaryani, Imas
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 18, No 2 (2017): September 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (311.253 KB) | DOI: 10.24198/jbm.v18i2.83

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The role of entrepreneurs becomes more influential in the current business world. Due to lack of entrepreneurial spirit, many entrepreneurs experience unsuccessful result in their entrepreneurship journey. Entrepreneurial spirit results from a combination of someone’s hereditary factors, experience, and environment. This gives HRM wide room of discussion to find suitable stimulating factors to improve entrepreneurial spirit. Growing evidence shows various intelligence can contribute to someone’s entrepreneurial spirit including intellectual quotient, emotional quotient, spiritual quotient, social quotient, and adversity quotient. This research aims to examine which of each quotient has the most influential factor to the entrepreneurial spirit. This study was conducted using 30 small-and-medium-scale fashion entrepreneurs in Bandung and analyzed using weighting approach and ranking method. Based on the findings, this research suggests that SQ (Spiritual Quotient), followed by adversary quotient, has the strongest influence in shaping the entrepreneurial spirit. 
The Alternative Strategy For Strengthening Indonesian Textile and Clothing Industry Structure ASMARA, ALLA; PURNAMADEWI, YETI L.; MULATSIH, SRI; NOVIANTI, TANTI
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 17, No 1 (2016)
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Indonesian textile and clothing industry (TPT) is an industry most affected by markets dynamics growing (domestic and international). Strengthen the industrial sector is important aspects to guarantee the existence of Indonesian TPT industry. The purposes of this study are: (1) analyze the internal factors (strengths and weaknesses) of Indonesian TPT industry, (2) analyze the external factors (opportunities and threats) of Indonesian TPT industry, (3) formulate the alternative strategies to strengthen the Indonesian TPT industry, and (4) formulate the priority strategies to strengthenthe Indonesian TPT industry structure. SWOT and QSPM method used to answer the research objectives. The study results indicate that raw material is key factor for strengthening Indonesian TPT industry structure. Other key factors are human resource, infrastructure, market/marketing, product, production process, strategy/policy, and financial. On the internal side, the main strength is a variety of raw material alternative sources, while the main weakness is not always able to guarantee the raw material quantity, quality, and continuity. On the external side, international market product price tends to increase considered as major opportunity. Meanwhile, the main threat is in the high level of competition in domestic/international market. According to internal and external conditions, the position of Indonesian TPT industry in SWOT quadrant is in quadrant II, has strength but facing threat.
DETERMINANT FACTORS OF CONSUMER PREFERENCES IN INDONESIA AIRLINES INDUSTRY Wardhana, Aditya; Syahputra, Syahputra; Kartawinata, Budi Rustandi
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 18, No 1 (2017): March 2017
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Research objectives was to find determinant  that determines the preferences of consumers in using flight services in Indonesia and knowing  factors priority preferences of consumers in using the flight in Indonesia. Research methodology used the quantitative method and technical data analysis using factor analysis .The size of the population of 91 million passengers with a target population was  commercial airlines passengers in Indonesia. The total sample using Slovin formulas on the level of confidence 95 % as many as 400 respondents. The sample collection technique using nonprobability sampling with incidental sampling method. Data collection techniques using a questionnaire, observation, and an interview. The result showed that determinant  of consumer’s preferences in using flight services in Indonesia can be grouped in three factors there were arranged based on  priority of attributes as follows: (a) tariff  consisting of a tariff as attribute, (b)  services consisting of attributes such as on-time departure and arrival, safety, reservation and chek-in convenience, airline' crews, flight patterns, cabin services, baggage services, and airplanes, and (c) image of airlines composed of airline image as attribute.
Effect of Personal Intelligence and Organizational Culture on Employee Performance of SMEs Fashion Industry In Bandung Soemaryani, Imas; Hilmiana, Hilmiana; Paujiah, Sipa
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 17, No 2 (2016)
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The manufacturing sector in the city of Bandung contributes approximately 25.45% in 2013 but the contribution decreases by 24.29% in 2014 and 2015. This is caused by the decrease in employee performance of SMEs in this sector as a result of the low personal intelligence and organizational culture. This research studied 10 SMEs (medium scale) of Muslim fashion industry in Bandung, registered in BPPKU Kadin (chamber of commerce) Bandung. This study is aimed at determining the effect of personal intelligence and organizational culture on employee performance of SMEs either partially or simultaneously. The method used is explanatory research. The results showed that personal intelligence and organizational culture significantly influence employee performance of medium scale SMEs of Muslim fashion industry in Bandung either partially or simultaneously.
Determinant of Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia Plantation Sector P. LUBIS, RIZKY; FIRDAUS, MUHAMMAD; SASONGKO, HENDRO
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 16, No 2 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (503.066 KB) | DOI: 10.24198/jbm.v16i2.11

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Realization of investment in Indonesia is dominated by foreign investors where capital intensive sector such as mining industry is the primary focus. To strengthen their roles in national economies, foreign investors should be directed to plantation sector since it has huge role in labor absorption and positive trade balance. According to MP3EI, realization of investment in plantation sector has reached 2.29 percent in march 2013 which was still below of target. This research aimed to analyze determinants of foreign direct investment conducted vector error correction model analysis and formulated strategies by using SWOT matrix to increase Indonesia plantation sector. Variables used in this model were foreign direct investment, exports value, exchange rates, domestic interest rates, interest rates in United State of America, consumer price index, gross domestic product and crisis as dummy variable. The strategy alternatives were formulated by SWOT model based on the questionnaire and respondents interview designed in analytical hierarchy process framework. The result from model suggested that in the short term exchange rate, value of exports, United States interest rates, gross domestic product and consumer price index had positive impact to foreign direct investment. On the other side crisis had negative impact. Meanwhile in long term, domestic interest rates, gross domestic product and consumer price index had positive impact but crisis had negative contribution. The strategy priority to increase foreign direct investment in Indoensia plantation sector can be undertaken through harmonization between central and local governments regulations.Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment, Vector Error Correction Model, SWOT Matrix
Counting Teller Quantity for Better Queue in Financial Institution: Case of Bank Central Asia, Metro Indah Mall Branch Office-Bandung Setiawati, Cut Irna; Budyanna, Farah Atsila
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 18, No 2 (2017): September 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (305.695 KB) | DOI: 10.24198/jbm.v18i2.37

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A queue is frequently encountered in financial transaction at the bank. The similar thing also occurs at Bank Central Asia (BCA), Bandung. BCA Bank actually has SOP stating that it allocates 5 minutes for financial service at the teller. This research aims to precisely determine the total calculation of teller at BCA Bank. Research methodology uses a quantitative method and it encompasses the descriptive research where the operational variable functioned is a multichannel-single phase (M/M/S). There is more than one teller operating and there is only one service phase that must be passed by the customers to finish the transaction. The results showed that each teller could serve 10 persons per hour and teller busy level is 97%. The average time spent by each customer in the system is 63 minutes and in the queue line is 57 minutes. This research results showed that there should be 7 tellers to get an optimal result, meaning that BCA Bank should provide three more tellers per day. Providing more tellers will indicate better benefits for the customer.
Pengembangan Model Kontribusi Network Governance dalam Value Chain untuk Meningkatkan Keunggulan Bersaing Usaha Perikanan Tangkap Soemaryani, Imas; Tisnawati, Ernie; Fermansyah, Deki
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 16, No 1 (2015)
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With 81,000 km long coast, Indonesia has the marine economy potential equivalent to 12,000 trillion. Java and Bali is the largest producer of capture fisheries in Indonesia, and West Java ranks second largest fisheries production in Java island Java, and in West Java itself, Indaramayu District has the largest potential for marine fish. With this the largest production potential, Indramayu district should be able to increase the welfare of fishermen, but due to the sales chain system fishermen catch less in favor of the fishermen, the fishermen in Indramayu not have a competitive advantage in running their fisheries activities. This study aims to analyze the implementation of network governance in the ecosystem, at harvest, during the production process and product to the consumer. Thus the unit of analysis in this study were fishermen, wholesalers (collector), retailers and other institutions associated with network governance in Indramayu. The method used is an explanatory survey and focus group discussions. This research resulted in a contribution to the development of network governance models in the value chain to increase competitive advantage to fishing in Indramayu.
The Entrepreneurial Potential among Undergraduate Students Simanjuntak, Megawati; Awwaliyah, Irma; Hayati, Hayati; Artanto, Rico J.
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 17, No 2 (2016)
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Entrepreneurship plays a vital role in the economic development of any country and it can be linked to economic growth of any nations. The research aimed to identify formal education’s role and self-concept among undergraduate students and its influence towards their entrepreneurial potential. In accomplish the purpose, an online questionnaire was administered to 456 students of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia. The collected data was analyzed by multiple regression model. The results revealed that self-concept was positively influence the entrepreneurial potential. The universities can strengthen student self-concept by instilling the values of entrepreneurship and training to shape a good self-concept.
Depositor Response to Risk of Local Development Banks: A Case of Indonesia Febrian, Erie
Jurnal Bisnis Manajemen Vol 18, No 2 (2017): September 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (277.523 KB) | DOI: 10.24198/jbm.v18i2.112

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There have been some studies carried out to empirically show how depositor respond the magnitude of risk in various types of banks, in different economies. Some studies have also checked the issue when banks are protected by Deposit Insurance. Nevertheless, the aforementioned studies have never adequately covered the issue on local development banks. These financial institutions may not fulfill the necessary conditions of effective Discipline of the market, due to a high degree back up provided by the associated local government. This article is to cover the literature gap, i.e., by studying how depositors reply to risk magnitude of local development banks (known as BPD) in Indonesia. This research employs monthly data of ten BPDs with the largest asset operational in Indonesia, which is attained from the country’s Authority of Financial Service. We run analysis employing Reduced Form Formula. In this approach, the first model is to measure the risk of each bank employing Probit formula and data from 2014.1 to 2015.12. The results of this model are then employed as  exogenouselement in the second phase model, Multiple Regression Formula. The second model utilizes data from 2016.1 to 2017.3 to show the response of bank customers to the risk of the observed financial institutions.