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International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership
Published by Har Press Indonesia
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International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership (IJEAMaL), with registered number ISSN 2722-0249 (Print) and 2774-6143 (online), is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research and viewpoints on educational administration, management, and leadership. IJEAMaL is published by Har Press Indonesia in collaboration with the Department of Administration Science, Faculty of Social Science, Universitas Negeri Makassar. IJEAMaL provides significant contributions and presents sharing knowledge from all over the world. This includes substantial research projects located in schools, higher education institutions, and non-government organizations.
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Archive Management Analysis in Secondary School: A Case Study in Indonesia Suharti, Suharti; Akib, Haedar; Jamaluddin, Jamaluddin; Thukiman, Kassim
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 1, May 2020
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Archiving is all activities relating to the management of archives, both official and private archive. This study aims to determine the implementation of records management at secondary school. In this study, there are five indicators, namely, receipt of the archive, archival storage, maintenance and security of the archive, as well as depreciation of the archive, and destruction of records. The research method applied in this study is descriptive qualitative. Data collection techniques used are observation, interview, and documentation. Five informants participated in this study. Analysis of the data used is an interactive model and the techniques in analyzing data are by performing data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. To ensure the validity of the data, an extension of observation was carried out for triangulation of data sources, holding member checks, and increasing diligence in conducting the study. The results of this study indicate that the implementation of records management in secondary school is still very simple and not in accordance with the development of existing archival science. Judging from the lack of facilities and infrastructure management records that are needed and the absence of an archive management system used to organize the archive. Thus, to find back an archive still takes a long time and sometimes even have to do records archiving. So, in this case, the management of the archive is considered less than the maximum and ineffective
The Analysis of Forecasting Demand Method of Linear Exponential Smoothing : A Case Study in Batik Fendy Product, Klaten, Indonesia Kusuma, Nita; Roestam, Muhammad; Pasca, Lilia
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 1, May 2020
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of forecasting demand for Batik Fendy using MAPE techniques. The type of this research is a quantitative descriptive study, using secondary data from the sales of the company Batik Fendy in the period November 2018 - Onkoter 2019. There are 5 stages in data analysis, namely 1) tabulating sales data and production data of Fendy batik, 2) evaluating sales forecasting methods conducted by the Batik Fendy company with the MAPE technique, 3) projecting alpha and beta values ​​as the basis for forecasting linear exponential smoothing , 4) forecasting requests for Batik Fendy with the Linear Exponential Smoothing method , and 5) evaluating the forecasting method with the MAPE technique. The results of this study are the MAPE value of demand forecasts made by the Batik Fendy company is 17.5%; This figure shows the highest percentage of error in the variant of the Sarimbit Long Sleeve Batik, then with the sales data this variant is forecasted by using the Linear Exponential Smoothing method and obtained a MAPE of 9.21%. So it can be concluded that the use of the Linear Exponential Smoothing method in predicting sales of the Sarimbit Arm Long variant Batik is more accurate.
Implementation of Human Resource Management in the Adaptation Period for New Habits AM, E. Nurzaman; Affandi, Azhar; Udobong, Andiyanga; Sarwani, Sarwani; hernawan, hernawan
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 1, May 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global economy and business, and Human Resources (HR) is at its heart. With the organization now on the cusp of recovery, the role of HR has become even more important. The question is not limited in terms of imagining the impact and role of human resources in the future post-COVID-19. One thing is certain - the pandemic and its inherent effects on business have highlighted the need for adaptability and resilience in today's workforce, accelerated the shift towards a new digital economy, and emphasized the importance of HR in the new normal. This study tries to describe the role of human resource management in an effort to restore organizational performance. This study is a qualitative research using descriptive methods to describe the object under study. The results showed that the role of HRM during the COVID-19 pandemic was very strategic, especially in terms of maintaining the health and safety of workers when returning to work by implementing strict health protocols and also providing guidance and assistance for employees affected by COVID-19 such as downsizing and restructurisation. This research also presents HR transformation in terms of employee performance appraisal using results-based performance methods and the use of technology as a support in job optimization
The Effect of Private Visiting and Promotion Strategy on Tourist Interest Visiting in Bali City Ardani, Wayan; Khan, Ashfaq Hossain; Noviyanti, Iis; Khan, Mohammad Farhan Zeb
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 1, May 2020
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This study aims to determine the effect of tour guides and promotional strategies on the interest of tourists visiting Bali. The method used is explanatory research with analysis techniques using statistical analysis with regression testing, correlation, determination and hypothesis testing. The results of this study that the guide has a significant effect on tourist interest by 43.2%, hypothesis testing is obtained t count> t table or (8,452> 1.986). Promotion strategy has a significant effect on tourist interest by 43.9%, hypothesis testing is obtained t count> t table or (8,576> 1,986). Tour guides and promotion strategies simultaneously have a significant effect on tourist interest with the regression equation Y = 9.311 + 0.372X1 + 0.406X2. The contribution of the effect was 53.7%, the hypothesis test obtained F count> F table or (53.950> 2,700).
Ambidextrous Organization: Literature Review Mana-Ay, Diana; Kashyap, Akash; Forhad, Jawad Bin; Darakhshan, Talat
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 1, May 2020
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Among the current concepts suggested for managers to deal with turbulence and multidimensionality in the business climate, organizational ambidexterity is listed. It seems to be quite enticing but difficult to incorporate the idea of incorporating both evolutionary and innovative organizational changes. While it has been widely debated for more than twenty years in management-related literature, it has not been extensively explored and is still an important subject for further research. The purpose of the paper is to examine the contribution of literature to the advancement of the idea of ambidextrous organization and recognize the major problems and trends in research production. The research method aims to address the following questions: (1) What are the main contributions of literature in the field to the concept's development? (2) What are the key topics of study and developments in the field? The applied methodology is a systematic literature survey. For the sampling process, the Scopus database is used as a source. The analysis highlights the following main areas of research interest in the field: (1) ambidexterity and ambidextrous conceptualization of organizations, (2) context of organizational management (including managers) where these assumptions are embedded and studied, (3) innovations, processes of organizational learning and creativity, and (4) aspects of strategic management.
The Effect of Work Stress and Work Conflict on Employees Turnover Intention In Middle Small Micro Enterprises (MSMEs) In South Tangerang Region Nurjaya, Nurjaya; Erlangga, Heri; Hong, Lim Zhen; Wijayanti, Kiki Dwi
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 2, December 2020
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This study aims to determine the effect of work stress and work conflict on the turnover intention of employees of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the South Tangerang Region. The method used is explanatory research with analysis techniques using statistical analysis with regression testing, correlation, determination, and hypothesis testing. The results of this study work stress have a significant effect on the turnover intention by 37.0%, the hypothesis test is obtained t count> t table or (7,438> 1,986). Work conflict has a significant effect on the turnover intention by 49.9%, hypothesis testing is obtained t count> t table or (9.679> 1.986). Work stress and work conflict simultaneously have a significant effect on turnover intention with the regression equation Y = 9.021 + 0.272X1 + 0.510X2. The contribution of the effect was 55.2%, the hypothesis test obtained F count> F table or (57.286> 2,700).
Organizational Servant Leadership: A Systematic Literature Review for Implications in Business Pawar, Avinash; Sudan, Khortum; Satini, Satini; Sunarsi, Denok
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 2, December 2020
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The leadership of servants is a new research area linked to ethics, virtues, and morality. As critics debate whether this new leadership theory is significantly distinct, viable, and valuable for organizational success, scholars are currently looking for publication outlets. The objective of this research was to identify empirical studies that explored the theory of servant leadership by involving a sample population to evaluate and synthesize the mechanisms, results, and impacts of servant leadership. Therefore, we were trying to provide an evidence-informed answer to how the ship's servant leader works and how can we apply it? To synthesize research in a systematic, transparent and reproducible way, we conducted a sys-thematic literature review (SLR), a methodology adopted from the medical sciences. A disciplined screening process resulted in 39 appropriate studies of the final sample population. The synthesis of these empirical studies revealed: (a) there is no consensus on the definition of servant leadership; (b) the theory of servant leadership is being studied in a variety of contexts, cultures, and themes; (c) researchers use multiple measures to explore servant leadership, and (d) servant leadership is a viable theory of leadership that helps organizations and enhances us. This research helps to develop the leadership of servants. Theory and exercise. Furthermore, this research contributes to the methodology for conducting SLRs in the field of management, highlighting an efficient method for thematically mapping and holistic viewing of new research topics. By offering suggestions for future research, we conclude.
We could be so good together: A Presentation of the Multinational Enterprises’ International Joint Venture Strategy Effectiveness Haeruddin, M. Ikhwan Maulana; Farhansyah, Analtha; Haeruddin, Muhammad Ilham; Mansur, Muhammad Alfi Rifadli
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 2, December 2020
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The main purpose of this paper is to discuss and talking about International Joint Ventures (IJVs) and the factors of Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) using IJVs strategy for entering the global market, and also elaborate what are the advantages and disadvantages of using IJVs as a strategy and provide the reader with example of successful and unsuccessful IJVs. This paper also provides the reader understanding about IJVs how Telkom Indonesia could be success with Telstra and How could be TLC Company fail partnership with Alcatel Company. Furthermore, what drive them to be successful and unsuccessful are based on the analysis of two examples case study.
Leadership in Educational: A Systematic Review Toprak, Mehmet
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 2, December 2020
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The aim of this study is to show the extent to which different models of leadership in education are studied, including changes in the trends of research on each model over time, the most prominent scholars working on each model, and the countries in which the articles are based. The analysis of related literature was first conducted using a bibliometric analysis of research and review papers indexed in the Science Database Web between 1980 and 2014. A more in-depth analysis of the selected papers was then carried out using the content analysis method. Results have shown that there has been an increasing interest in educational research leadership models over time. Distributed leadership, educational leadership, teacher leadership and transformational leadership are the most studied leadership models in education research. It was also found that related research increasingly focuses on the impact of leaders on organizational behaviors/conditions and student achievement. As a result, the use of quantitative methodology has increased significantly over the last decade. Possible reasons for such changes, implications and recommendations for future research are also discussed.
Toxic Leadership in Education: A Systematic Review Başkan, Birol
International Journal of Educational Administration, Management, and Leadership Volume 1, Number 2, December 2020
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There has been sparse research explicitly looking at toxic leadership, a more complex and comprehensive destructive leadership style in higher education settings, despite the breadth of literature on destructive leadership styles and their impact on organizational culture, mission, and individuals. With the introduction of the term “toxic leadership” in 1996, the corporate world and military agencies began to examine whether leadership could lead to a toxic culture. As of 2007, studies have been unable to connect the concept of learning in higher education systems to the phenomenon of "social learning." To better understand how studies have changed since they were conducted in the 2000s, the authors use their analysis of the literature on toxic leadership in higher ed from three different perspectives: 1) Understanding how toxic leadership affects organizational culture and employee morale. 2) Summarizing the role of toxic leadership in shaping the environment in which employees operate. 3) Speculating on what can be done to manage the risk of building and sustaining such environments.

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