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SUPPLY CHAIN RISK ANALYSIS ON VENDING MACHINE PRODUCTS (STUDY CASE IN XYZ COMPANY)
In Press, Accepted Article.
Abstract
    The development of business and technology ecosystems demands the industry to always make adjustments. Supply chain changes become one that is certain to happen. This change process allows the company to manage and minimize risks. Therefore, it is necessary to apply good risk management to minimize the impact of risk. As one of the vending machine service companies in Indonesia, PT XYZ has a long supply chain, covering the production process, assembling, shipping, and customer service. This research aims to identify risk events and risk agents and determine the priority of risk agents in the vending machine service company at PT XYZ. The design of this research uses the first stage House of Risk method to identify risk events and risk agents as well as determining the highest risk agent. Then the highest risk agent is ranked in Pareto diagram to determine risk agent priority. The prospect of this research will be an overview of the risks that may arise in the vending machine service company in Indonesia
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.12962/j24433527.v14i1.7966 [not activated yet]
 
 
Measurement and Evaluation of the Online Marketing Training Results for Students at SMA Negeri 1 Bantur Malang
In Press, Accepted Article.
Abstract
    SMA Negeri 1 Bantur, Malang Regency is in the southern area of Malang Regency. The demographic conditions and characteristics of the Bantur community have caused many graduates to choose to work than to continue their education into higher education. As a solution to this condition, the school has provided job training to students for one year as a provision for them after graduation. Apart from being in the form of student knowledge and skills, job training activities also produce goods and services that can be marketed to the public. Therefore, after participating in the training activities, SMA Negeri 1 Bantur students need to also be given training in marketing. This paper presents the results of training activities for the marketing of goods and services online at SMAN 1 Bantur. The methods used in the training are tutorials and practice using text and video media. Measuring the success of training activities with a questionnaire method and direct assessment of the results of the training participants' practice. The research objective was to obtain a measure of the success of online marketing training activities. The results can increase the knowledge and skills of each student and are expected to make them adaptable into the workforce or when they enter higher education.
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.12962/j24433527.v14i1.8594 [not activated yet]
 
 
Using ADDIE Model to appraise MOOC English for Non-Academic Staffs (ENAS) Designed for University Non-Academic Staffs Amid the COVID 19 Outbreak
In Press, Accepted Article.
Abstract
    To help universities non-academic staffs maintain their productivity amid the COVID 19 outbreak, MOOC ENAS was developed. To guarantee the eligibility of the program, through this research, ADDIE model was employed to evaluate the course plan. Step 1 and 2 out of the whole 5 steps of ADDIE were used to describe qualitatively about the course design. Using an online questionnaire, the authors received 110 responses and were able to demonstrate that the design had the quality for a good course design. This was led by the results of investigation on the participants’ background correspond to the course plan including the description and objectives. It was figured out that the design was able to accommodate the participants’ language learning demands. The course design facilitated students learning by serving their education background, their workplace origin, and their already existing language learning experience. However, the study was lacking in the generalizability. To serve this, further research is needed by adding quantitative data so that the results of the evaluation could be presented in numbers that were more accurate and elusive. Finally, in terms of design, the MOOC ENAS is quite accommodating to be further continued into development of course content implementation, and evaluation as assigned in ADDIE Model
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.12962/j24433527.v14i1.8349 [not activated yet]
 

Retraction Article: Retraction

 
On behalf of the author[s] consideration regarding the conflict of interests as being stated in author policy and publication ethics, we hereby retract the article entitled, "A Construction of Post Truth about Infodemic Covid-19 in Indonesia: Critical Discourse Analysis" [Special Edition 2021]  
Posted: 2021-05-04
 


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