Proceedings of the 2016 Global Conference on Business, Management and Entrepreneurship

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The Effect of Operating Cash Flow on the Profit Growth

Agus Widarsono, Mega Rahmawati
This study aims to investigate the effect of operating cash flow to the profit growth. This study employs associative approach. The objective of the study is to obtain the picture concerning operating cash flow, and to depict the mechanism regarding profit growth in State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) bank,...

Customer's Perception and Expectation for Reverse Logistics Implementation

Farida Pulansari, Dwi Sukma Donoriyanto, Nisa Masruroh
Good communication between buyers and sellers are important strategy for company to maintain the customer satisfaction, loyalty, and enhance financial performance. Complaint is a signal that indicates important information that needs quick response. On the other hand, environmental problems (i.e. waste,...

User Behaviour Analysis of Information Technology in Higher Education

Ratih Hurriyati, Sulastri Sulastri, Titik Respati
Information Technology Systems as part of the components of the organization together with human resources, interact with one another. Where in these interactions, there are two potential impacts, the first system to be optimal and the performance become effective as well as an efficient or optimal system...

Entrepreneurial Intention of Entrepreneurial Student

Febrian Ulfa, Ayu Romadhani
It said that a country need at least 5% of entrepreneur from total population. Currently Indonesia has less than 2% entrepreneurs. Previous research states that entrepreneurial education in Universities is one of the influencing factors to nurture entrepreneur. As argued, the intention to behave entrepreneurially...

The Innovation Leadership through Mapping with HRIS towards Sustainability Development Goals

Dian Ambarwati, Gidiono Tirtoadisurja
Leadership is art to influence other people to reach goals together through directing, motivate, supervising, ordering and guiding. Successfully leadership depend on how many people to lead through empowering employee to maximize ability potential. For to know ability potential employee done mapping...

Political Management of Community Organization toward Cosmopolitan Democracy

M Yahya Arwiyah, Runik Machfiroh, AMA Suyanto
the politic situation can determine various life aspects of nation and state. But, politic situation in Indonesia today is dynamic and unpredictable whereas the challenge faced currently is cosmopolitan democracy. This study aim to analyze role of community organization in political reorientation to...

The Effect of Skill Variety, Task Identity, Task Significance, Autonomy and Feedback on Job Performance

Syamsul Hadi Senen, Sumiyati Sumiyati, Masharyono Masharyono
Dynamic factor in organization nonprofit oriented and profit or the human resources have a high performance in which will determine forward the organization. One of them nonprofit organization that college in which the performance of employees is low. If not improved it would impact on reaching its objectives...

Indonesia Human Capital Competitiveness in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Era

Acep Durahman
ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is the Free Trade Area among ASEAN Members States (AMSs). Goods and services had been freed entrance a country after the establishment of MEA by December 2015 [1]. The implementation of MEA had the negative and positive impact on AMS especially Indonesia [2]. The AEC agreement...

Bureaucracy, Leadership and People Characteristics

Eko Harry Susanto, Suzy Azeharie, Wulan Purnama Sari
in the developing countries, bureaucracy can be described as the culture of feudalism in the ruling government. On the other side, the true meaning of bureaucracy is the ideal model to achieve the objectives in the government or state power. The bureaucracy indeed is directly related to the expansion...

The Antecedent Factor of Employee Engagement from a Self-Determination Theory Perspective

Cattleya Rejito, Mery Citra Sondari
Many studies have explained both motivation and employee engagement, however, very few studies explained the relationship of employee engagement towards motivation using perspectives from self-determination theory. The aim of the research is to explain the motivation that seen from perspective of self-determination...

Determining Career Path that Fits State-Owned Corporations

Suharto Suharto, Yohanes Wibowo
In a business, there are two side of stake holders that are important and must be fulfilled what their expectations. They are employees and owners. The owner expects a good return, so, they expect the effective and efficient of a company and the finally will find a good return. Meanwhile one of employee's...

Material Requirements Planning Methods to Solve Inventory Problem at Start-Up Business

Widianingsih Widianingsih, Desy Anisya Farmaciawaty
Currently in Indonesia, start-up business is growing fastly due to goverment policy that promote the rise of the new entrepreneurs. KISSE (Cookies Sehat) is among many start-up business in Indonesia, which is in Bandung, that focus in culinary particularly in healthy cookies. As a start-up business,...

Critical Success Factors of Purchasing Polished Gemstones

Elimawaty Rombe, Zakiyah Zahara
The purpose of this study is to identify the critical factors impact the consumers' decision on purchasing polished gemstones in Indonesia. Data for this study were collected from 162 respondents with varies background whitin the city of Palu in Indonesia. There were 27 indicators tested in this study....

Creating Students Loyalty Model in Private Higher Education

Muji Gunarto, Lili Adi Wibowo, Ratih Hurriyati
Choosing a college is not as easy as choosing a product because the decision must consider the value of the future. However, there are some similarities in selecting universities, especially private universities. The purposes of this study to observe the factors that create student loyalty models and...

Retail Mix Strategies of Minimarket

Ria Arifianti
There have been many significant developments in modern retail, particularly in Bandung, which have led to increased competition among retailers. The competition not only occurs between retailers but also with large companies. One of the retail companies are minimarkets. With these conditions, the minimarket...

The Effect Social Environment of the Switching Intention on Social Media Facebook

Safira Rahmalia, Bambang Widjajanta, Girang Razati
The younger generation experiencing exhaustion using social media and tend to reduces frequency login them to social media. Even often move from one social media other social to the media. The decline in users who quite high caused, market share facebook continues to decrease from year to year.Previous...

Analysis of Website Quality, Brand Awareness on Trust and its Impact on Customer Loyalty

W. Sastika, B. Suryawardani, F. H. Hanifa
Website is one of the media campaigns that play an important role in the business world. Many large and small businesses have been using the website as a promotional media in marketing their products or service. The rise of online sales have an impact on the growing importance of the company's website...

Real Activities Manipulation (RAM) and Accrual-based Earning Management Pre and Post IFRS Adoption in Indonesia

Dyah Purwanti
The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) on accrual-based earnings management (EM) and real activities manipulations (RAM). The research is motivated by the fact that past studies have indicated the existence of no significance...

Creative Thinking Skills within Accounting in College Curriculum of Indonesia

Gayatria Oktalina, Erika Feronika Br. Simanungkalit
Merger of Indonesia to the MEA demanding college graduates have high competitiveness, so that the curriculum should encourage students to have a high-level thinking skillÿone ofÿthem is creative thinking. So, this research examines the content and chances of implementing creative thinking skills across...

Performance Evaluation of Indonesian Banks and Foreign Banks Operating in Indonesia Related to Classification of Capital

Sugiarto Sugiarto
This study was undertaken to prove the public perception that bigger banks are more difficult to bankrupt than smaller banks through performance evaluation of Indonesian banks and foreign banks operating in Indonesia related to classification of capital. The study was conducted using secondary data obtained...

A Risk Analysis of the Customer for Deposit Products in Islamic and Conventional Banking

Badria Muntashofi, Faris Azka
There are currently two types of deposits in the banking world. Ie deposit products of two different banking systems; conventional banking and Islamic banking. From the years 2011-2013 phenomenon decline in deposits (deposits) on Islamic banking and conventional, as well as the fact there is a deposit...

The Influence of Financial Performance on Stock Price in Indonesian Oil and Gas Companies

Nurul Eka Putri Purnamasari, Imas Purnamasari, Budhi Pamungkas Gautama
Oil and gas industry showed a declining financial performance caused by the collapse in world oil prices. The purpose of this research to know the effect of profitability and solvency on the stock price of Oil and Gas Company listed on the Stock Exchanege in The Period of 2010-2015. This research applied...

An Examination of Organizational Determinants Influencing Green Production Adoption by SMEs in Malaysia

Mohd Firdaus Ruslan, Marlina Muhamad, Mohd Fazil Jamaludin
Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) is an important economic entity in most country including Malaysia. Statistic from SME Corporation Malaysia shows that currently, there are 645, 136 SMEs and they contribute 32.7% of Malaysia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the forecast will be 41% by 2020. Statistics...

Entrepreneurship Intention to Trigger Entrepreneurship Orientation

Rd. Dian H. Utama, B Lena Nuryanti, Nani Sutarni
The entrepreneurial orientation in this study is characterized by low interest and lack of student orientation. Entrepreneurship Intention used as a way to improve the entrepreneurial orientation. Objectives of this study are to describe 1) Intension of entrepreneurship in students, 2) Orientation entrepreneurship...

Strategic Management in Developing Natural Tourism

Tabitha R. Matana, Gitit I.P. Wacana
This study aims to explore and identify the potential for tourism in the Valley Be'hoa for tourism development in the district of Poso as a source of foreign exchange. The method used is qualitative explorative. Data are analyzed based on Milles and Huberman analytical concept. The results of the study...

Developing Traditional Market Standard: A Socio-Economics-Environment Approach

Budi Supriatono Purnomo, Alfira Sofia, Denny Andriana, R. Nelly Nur Apandi
The role of traditional markets is degraded due to their dirty and uncomfortable conditions and also the proliferation of modern markets. On the other side, traditional markets are the economical infrastructure where some of the societies paw for a living. Hence the local government is authorized to...

Business Analysis on Sweet Condensed Tempeh as a Functional Food

Firman Tri Ajie, Adityo Wicaksono, Tommy Hendrix, Muhammad Angwar
In recent years, a growing interest in foods of plant origin, especially plant protein foods, has become evident. The oriental soybean foods have appeared all over the world. Tempeh, one of soybean protein food, is one of popular Indonesian soybean food made from yellow soybean by fermentation with a...

Entrepreneur Skills on Business Performance of Small and Medium Enterprise

Ratih Hurriyati, Girang Razati, S. Sulastri, Novian Perdana Putra
The low business performance of SMEs in Indonesia caused by weak managerial and technological, low market share, the shortage of capital, the narrow range of the market, cannot be ignored. One of the solutions to increase business performance in SMEs is improving their entrepreneur skill. The purpose...

Resource-Based View as a Competitive Advantage of the Company: an Empirical Review

Heru Basuki Purwanto
Strategy is the fit between the firm's external condition and its internal capabilities. Significant changes in the external condition will affect the changes of the company's internal condition such as the resources and the capabilities, and the organization in order to realign the company could keep-up...

Optimalization of Qardhu Hasan Sharia Bank toward Decreasing Poverty in Bandung

Amir Machmud, Eeng Ahman, Navik Istikomah
This study aim to analysis the level of efficiency and effectiveness functional Sharia Bank (qardhu hasan product) to empower poor communities in Bandung City. Research study using analysis descriptive. This research population are poor communities that got qardhu hasan, Sharia Bank in Bandung-West Java....

The Detection of Corruption and The Role of Accountant in Achieving Good Public Governance

Rozmita Dewi YR
The Government of Indonesia has been conducting various corruption eradication efforts; however, these have not been able to effectively prevent corruption in Indonesia. Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has managed to unravel corruption cases through a thorough detection and investigation....

Digital Citizenship Students Viewed from Digital Commerce Aspect

Rini Triastuti, Dasim Budimansyah, Sapriya Sapriya
The rapid development of information and communication technology has affected every aspect of human life. One area that is touched by the development of these technologies is the field of trade. Prior to the development of technology buying and selling goods or services are real, but currently buying...

Influence of Competitive Advantage Strategy for Business Success

Anny Nurbasari, Nisa Hanum Harani
The strategy is a very important tool for achieving a competitive advantage, to face the competition by creating product diversification and competitiveness.The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of competitive advantage in terms of low cost and differentiation to business success, as well...