International Journal of Science, Technology & Management

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EISSN : 2722-4015
Current Publisher: Inara (10.46729)
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Mochamad Rizal Umami Rizal, Zainuri, I Wayan Subagiarta, Rafael Purtomo S.
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 455-461; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.169

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Background: Business failure in the economic system causes various economicactors to potentially become rent-seekers in an imperfect political system. Sugar isan agricultural commodity that, thus far, is a public good that needs governmentregulation. This study aims to determine the social capital of Indonesia's sugarinterest groups and to determine the dominant variable in Indonesia's sugarindustry. Materials and Methods: This research uses a type of explanatory researchthat has a high relationship level because it not only has independent andcomparative values but also serves to explain and predict the relationship with aqualitative approach between variables. Relationship analysis using DecisionExplorer version 3.3 software. Results: analysis of the relationship of and variablein the sugar industry, the more variables involved in the loop, the most importantrelationship between variables in the loop, the most important loop is loop 4consisting of economic rent, the refined sugar market, entrepreneurs in food andbeverage, lobbying, government. Conclusion: It is concluded from the findings ofthis study that the social capital of Indonesia's sugar interest groups consists of 9loops, Almost every variable has a weak strength to social capital and leads todamage.
Abil Rudi, Novin Yetiani
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 450-454; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.170

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Body Mass Index problem is becoming a double burden in Indonesia, including among older people. Nowadays, the elderly face a high index of BMI due to some risk factors and it is leading to other non-communicable diseases. This research aimed to examine the correlation between some determinants and obesity among older people in Sintang Regency, West Kalimantan. 358 elderly aged 46 to 65 years participated in this study selected by the total sampling method. The independent variables in this study were knowledge, activity, food intake, sex, attitude, age, the history of obesity, and obesity breeds, type contraception, and the duration of sleep. The multivariate analysis was found that knowledge, activity, food intake, age, and duration of sleep were significantly associated with obesity among the elderly. The preventive and promotive approach is needed to treat the obesity prevalence.
A. Irga Satrawati Taslim
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 462-471; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.180

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This study aims to formulate priority strategies to increase the production of sugar is right for PTPN XIV PG. Takalar. This research uses qualitative and quantitative approaches. The research was conducted by distributing questionnaires and in-depth interviews to informants. Then the data were analyzed by using Analysis Hierarchy Process. The results of this study indicate factors that affect the strategy of enhacement production of sugar in PTPN XIV PG. Takalar is the potential for a broad area of planting sugar cane, machine factories were already old, the increase in demand for sugar, and the disputed land. The priority order of the strategy is the first to utilize the land potential and factory capacity as well as the development of plant cultivation technology to improve the quality and yield of sugar with a weight of AHP value (0.150). On Priority two is optimalisasi utilization of land and the capacity of the plant by weighting the value of AHP (0.112). On Priority three is maximizing spacious land with the utilization of the development of technology of cultivation of plants with value weights AHP (0.098). On Priority, fourth is coordination between the authorities and the factory with value weights AHP (0.095). On Priority Fifth is utilization infrastructure marketing with value weights AHP (0.089). At priority, sixth is to strive to repair or renewal the machine factory with value weights AHP (0.051).
Mohammad Yusuf, Reza Nurul Ichsan
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 472-478; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.182

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This study aims to determine sharia banking performance after the merger of Sharia Banks and Covid 19 pendemi by looking at the influence of NPF, FDR, BOPO, and CAR financial performance of Sharia Commercial Banks in the Period 2011-2020. This research uses quantitative research method with population in this research is all sharia commercial banks in Indonesia period 2011-2020. Data collection is done by library method from journal, article, or literature related to the required data, and documentation method of sharia commercial bank implementation report in question as well as data from OJK website. The research method used is a statistical descriptive test, descriptive test by analyzing ROA through ROA implementation report using content analysis method, classic assumption test, some regression test. Results show that the variables NPF, FDR, BOPO, and CAR are simultaneously financial performance of Sharia Commercial Banks in Indonesia in the period 2011-2020. Simultaneously, the variables of NPF, FDR, BOPO and CAR have a significant impact on the financial performance (ROA) of sharia commercial banks in Indonesia in the period 2011-2020. Based on the amount adjusted R2 is 0.979 which means that 97.9% of financial performance (ROA) of sharia commercial banks is influenced by independent variables, while 02.1% is influenced by other factors outside the research. Car partially had an insignificant positive effect on the financial performance (ROA) of sharia commercial banks in Indonesia in the period 2011-2020. Partially, NPF has an insignificant positive effect on the financial performance (ROA) of sharia commercial banks in Indonesia in the period 2011-2020. Partially BOPO has a significant negative effect on the financial performance (ROA) of sharia commercial banks in Indonesia in the period 2011-2020. Partially, FDR has an insignificant positive effect on the financial performance (ROA) of sharia commercial banks in Indonesia in the period 2011-2020.
Virgia Aida Handini, Amri Dunan
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 479-491; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.172

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This study aims to determine Buzzers' existence and the Buzz Marketing strategy carried out by Buzzers during the 2019 Presidential Election on Twitter. The method in this study used qualitative research with Sostac P.R Smith's analysis. As a result, 1) the Buzzer's existence in the 2019 Indonesian Presidential Election contest was formed at the end of 2018. The formation of a Professional Buzzer was carried out through a recruitment process held by several legal companies with a predetermined payment system; 2) In carrying out Buzz marketing, Buzzer has arranged plans to distribute political content. Buzzers use a variety of political strategies to amplify political messages. Then, the political messages are spread using a minimum of three or more accounts to engage in a conversation. Through systematic Buzz marketing planning, political messages that are informative, persuasive, and instructive systematically and intensely to Twitter netizens make the results more optimal. However, Buzzer still needs to formulate political content that is more attractive to Twitter netizens, such as avoiding old content that uses political narratives containing SARA elements, hoaxes, hate speech, and other propaganda.
Bainil Yulina, Pridson Mandiangan, Nurul Azizah
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 498-505; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.173

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The aims of this study were to investigate the entrepreneurial competence in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) of Palembang woven fabrics, the busniess performance of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) of Palembang woven fabrics, and whether entrepreneurial competence affected business performance at Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) of Palembang woven fabrics. This research employed quantitative method. The population in this study was 90 owners of MSMEs as well as woven fabric craftsmen in the Tuan Kentang Palembang area. The sample used a random sample of 50 respondents. To collect the data, a closed-ended questionnaire was used. For data analysis, Ordinary Least Square was used. The research results showed 3 findings: overall, the entrepreneurial competence in the Palembang woven fabric business was in the high category, the overall performance of the Palembang woven fabric business was in the very high category, and entrepreneurial competence had a positive and significant effect on the business performance of the Palembang woven fabric business.
Mohammad Yahya Arief
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 492-497; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.101

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The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the influence of leadership style, work motivation and organizational culture on PG Employee Performance. Asembagus. The research method used is exploratory research, where variables are measured by a Likert scale. The data collection method was carried out by interview (interview), with a questionnaire and documentary study. The population in this study were all PG employees. Asembagus as many as 215 people. Withdrawal of the number of samples with the Slovin formula 68 people. Data processing using SPSS software, with descriptive analysis and hypothesis testing multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that: (1) partially the leadership style variable affects the performance of PG employees. Asembagus (2) partially work motivation variables affect employee performance at PG. Asembagus; (3) partially organizational culture variables affect employee performance at PG. Asembagus; (4) Simultaneously there is a positive and significant influence between the variables of leadership style, work motivation and organizational culture on employee performance at PG. Asembagus.
Encep Saefullah
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 443-449; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.179

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This study aims to determine the direct effect of job promotion on employee performance and job satisfaction, the direct effect of job satisfaction on employee performance and the effect of job promotion on employee performance through job satisfaction as an intervening variable. Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires. This study used quantitative data analysis with SPSS version 23. The total population was 205 ASN employees in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Religion, Banten Province. Samples were collected using random sampling technique, which obtained 67 respondents. The results of this study indicated that Job Promotion had a direct influence on employee performance, Job Promotion had no direct effect on job satisfaction, Job Satisfaction had no direct effect on employee performance and the indirect effect of Job Promotion on Employee Performance through Job Satisfaction showed a smaller percentage compared with the percentage of direct effect. Keywords: Job Promotion, Employee Performance, Job Satisfaction
Zulkarnain Nasution
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 506-512; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.167

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The aim of this research is to recognize the income variable, the economic activity, and the family size determination, also differences in the location of living against oil palm farmer consumption in Labuhanbatu Regency, Indonesia. The Method that used to analyze the data is Multiple Linear Regression model, specified in Least Square Dummy Variable (LSDV) method. The estimation result found that all of independent variable positive significantly influenced the food consumption. Otherwise, the negative one significantly influenced the non-food consumption outcome. The estimation result also found that the level of consumption for many kinds of urban food was fewer than hinterland society food consumption about Rp.1.248.000. However, the urban consumption more excessively than coastal area society about Rp.1.323.000. While the level of consumption outcome for many kinds of non-food urban consumption larger than non-food hinterland consumption about Rp.2.248.000. Also larger than non-food coastal society consumption about Rp.1.376.000. The variation of independent variable capability to explain the food consumption about 92,5 % and non-food consumption outcome about 87,4 %. The specification models were appropriated which the model free of multicollinearity and Heteroscedasticity classic assumption collision
Dirvi Surya Abbas, Arry Eksandy
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 2, pp 432-442; doi:10.46729/ijstm.v2i2.176

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The Purpose of this study was to determine the effect of company age, leverage, and independent commissioners on intellectual capital in food and beverage sub-sector manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI). The research time period used is 3 years, namely the 2016-2018 period. The population of this study includes all food and beverage sub-sector manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) for the 2016-2018 period. The sampling technique was using purposive sampling technique. Based on the predetermined criteria, 17 companies were obtained. The type of data used is secondary data obtained from the Indonesia Stock Exchange website. The analysis method used is panel data regression analysis. The results showed that Leverage and Independent Commissioner had no influence on Intellectual Capital. However, the variable company age has an influence on intellectual capital.
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