https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/issue/feed International Journal of Science, Technology & Management 2021-08-01T16:21:54+00:00 Arman Harahap armanhrp82@yahoo.co.id Open Journal Systems <center> <p><strong><img src="/public/site/images/infoijstm/978021.jpg" width="287" height="402"></strong></p> <p><strong>International Journal of Science, Technology &amp; Management (IJSTM)</strong></p> <p>International Journal of Science, Technology &amp; Management (IJSTM) e-ISSN: <strong>2722-4015</strong>&nbsp;is an international scholarly refereed research journal which aims to promote the theory and practice of science, technology, innovation, engineering and management.</p> <p>A broad outline of the journal's scope includes; peer reviewed original research articles, case and technical reports, reviews and analyzes papers, short communications and notes to the editors, in interdisciplinary information on the practice and status of research in science, technology and Management</p> <p>IJSTM is an international journal providing a platform for research paper publishing. 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The data analysis model <br>used is multiple linear regression analysis. The population and sample of <br>65 craftsmen of Batu Bara songket cloth were used as research samples. <br>Data collection techniques using a questionnaire (questionnaire) with a <br>Likert scale. For data processing using the SPSS Version 22 application. <br>The results showed that all variables of capital, raw materials, labor and <br>production had a positive and significant impact on the business income <br>of Batu Bara songket cloth. The variable that has the greatest influence in <br>increasing business income for the Batu Bara songket cloth is labor.</p> 2021-07-27T16:20:37+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/252 Training Model To Improve CompetencyState Civil Apparatus Supervisory Officer 2021-07-30T05:06:56+00:00 Ade Suhendar adsuhendar99@upi.edu Mohammad Fakry Gaffar mfgaffar@gmail.com Cucu Yuniarsih yuniarsih@upi.edu Asep Suryana doef@upi.edu Sri Mulyani sri.mulyani@pertiwi.ac.id <p><em>Due to the development of technology and organizational needs, the competence of the State Civil Apparatus has increased significantly, necessitating the adjustment of improvement techniques. Furthermore, the lack of a role for the sending agency in training continues to be an impediment to the intersperity between competence needs and the implementation system. This research focuses on how the competency-based training model is applied, as well as the function and impact of supervisory authorities' training results on enhancing performance.</em> <em>This study uses a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods to obtain results that are relevant to the needs, and it was conducted at the State Administration Agency's Center for Training and Development and Competency Mapping of State Civil Apparatus with alumni research training supervisory officials in 2018, 2019, and 2020. According to the findings of the study, the training has not taken advantage of technological advancements or maximized the role of the sending agency, so there are still difficulties and limits in its execution, particularly in terms of location and time. To meet these issues, a training model must be developed that focuses on ensuring the organizer's competency.</em></p> 2021-07-25T09:07:05+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/242 Network Perspective In The Internationalization Of Indonesian SMEs In The Era Of Indutrial Revolution 4.0 2021-07-30T05:09:12+00:00 Anni Yudiastuti anniyudith@gmail.com F. Danardana Murwani anniyudith@gmail.com Sudarmiatin anniyudith@gmail.com Agus Hermawan anniyudith@gmail.com <p>The level of globalization that goes hand in hand with the 4.0 industrial revolution demands the fighting power of companies both in large and small and medium scales to determine dynamic strategies in anticipating competition and expansion targets through international markets. SMEs in Indonesia as the spearhead and pillars of Indonesia's economic strength are also required to be able to improve their performance, especially in promoting their business on an international scale. Indonesian product SMEs for export competitiveness are mostly based on local wisdom-based products, therefore innovation is needed in developing products with local wisdom. Various obstacles faced by SMEs in managing their businesses, especially related to limitations in implementing production management activities, human resource management and marketing management. The solution to the various limitations that have become problems for SMEs in facing the internationalization process is to establish a network that involves various stakeholders. The networkQuality and integrated with the support of government programs will be able to support the competence and capabilities of SMEs in facing the internationalization process in the industrial revolution 4.0. This study examines the role of networks in enhancing the internationalization strategy of Indonesian SMEs.</p> 2021-07-25T05:00:29+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/243 Authenticity and Walkability of Iconic Heritage Destination in Bandung Indonesia 2021-08-01T16:21:54+00:00 Yadi Ernawadi Yadi yadi.ernawadi@lecture.unjani.ac.id Hariyadi Triwahyu Putra yadi.ernawadi@lecture.unjani.ac.id <p><em>This study aims to examine the effect of authenticity and walkability on revisit intention mediated by tourist satisfaction. These four variables are measured using a number of statements on a Likert scale which are confirmed to have completed the validity and reliability tests. Data were collected using a questionnaire which was distributed to 271 respondents based on convenience sampling. Furthermore, the data were obtained and analyzed using structural equation modeling (SEM) and the Sobel test as a basis for hypothesis testing. The results of the hypothesis test explain the rejection of the null hypothesis, which means that there is support for empirical data on the proposed research hypothesis. This illustrates that authenticity and walkability directly affect tourist satisfaction positively and significantly. Meanwhile, revisit intention is influenced positively and significantly both directly by authenticity and walkability and indirectly through tourist satisfaction. Thus, all attributes of authenticity and walkability have a very important role in fulfilling tourists' expectations when appreciating historical buildings in a heritage tourism area. The authenticity attributes of historical buildings that need the attention of relevant stakeholders are historical value, authenticity, originality, and maintenance. Some of the critical elements of walkability that also need to be maintained such as security, comfort, accessibility, connections with other destinations, and pedestrian friendliness for pedestrians.</em></p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/244 Academic Management System Integration Of Private Universities 2021-07-30T05:09:42+00:00 Sri Mulyani sri.mulyani@pertiwi.ac.id Mohammad Fakry Gaffar mfgaffar@gmail.com Aan Komariah aan_komariah@upi.edu Suryadi suryadi@upi.edu Ade Suhendar adsuhendar00@upi.edu Ius Rusnati iusrusnatid@upi.edu Sri Wulansari sriwulansari@upi.edu <p><em>The Academic Management System of Higher Education is a component of the Institutional Management System of Higher Education, which is concerned with the overall management tools that have been designed and compiled in a systematic and rigorous manner. Nowadays, as technology advances and student generations change, educational institutions are encouraged to continually respond to the use of technology in their service systems.</em> <em>The aim of this thesis is to identify and interpret research results relating to academic management system alignment. A descriptive qualitative approach is used in this research. According to the findings of the study, while universities do have an institutional management scheme in place, its execution is not optimal. Universities do have an Academic Management System in place, but it is not yet fully implemented. The academic Management System also has some elements missing, such as academic calendar scheduling, new student placement, new and old student enrollment, classes, grading, thesis instruction, and graduation.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords:</em></strong><em> Academic Management System, Technology, universities.</em></p> 2021-07-23T16:48:50+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/248 Development Competitiveness Model Of Village Owned Enterprises ( BUMDES) Through The Global Competition 2021-07-30T05:09:35+00:00 Mohamad Nur Singgih msingh.1904139@students.um.ac.id <p><em>The development of a tourist village is an option for BUMDes in Malang district as a driver of the local economy. The research objective is to analyze to compile the BUMDes model in developing competitiveness that has competitive advantages in the global market. Methods of data collection using interviews, questionnaires and observations with a research sample of 200 respondents taken by purposive sampling from tourists visiting 10 tourist villages in Malang district. The approach used in this research is mixed methods, including qualitative and quantitative methods to assess the competitiveness and factors that affect the performance of BUMDes. The analysis technique uses Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) to model tourism competitiveness in Malang district. The results showed that the competitiveness of tourism villages as indicated by the attractiveness (attractions), infrastructure, tourist facilities, accessibility and institutions significantly affected the competitiveness and increased performance of BUMDes in Malang district</em></p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/246 Analysis of E-Commerce Adoption by SMEs Using the Technology - Organization - Environment (TOE) Model: A Case Study in Karawang, Indonesia 2021-07-30T05:09:37+00:00 Lila Setiyani lila.setiyani@dosen.rosma.ac.id Yeny Rostiani lila.setiyani@dosen.rosma.ac.id <p><em>E-commerce as a medium for online transactions by business actors can increase the productivity of SMEs. This study aims to analyze the adoption of e-commerce in SMEs in Karawang Regency, Indonesia. The technology-organization-environment (TOE) framework was chosen as a variable for measuring e-commerce adoption. Data collection was carried out through a questionnaire survey which was distributed to SMEs in Karawang Regency, and obtained 301 respondents. The results of data collection by using Smart PLS with the results of the technological aspects have no significant effect on the intention to adopt e-commerce, while the organizational and environmental aspects have a significant effect on the intention to adopt e-commerce. All technology indicators, namely compatability, perceived usefulness, complexity, security concern and relative advantage, are proven to have a significant effect on technology in the intention to adopt e-commerce. Organizational indicators, namely cost, organization readiness, organization culture, organization size and top management support, are proven to have a significant effect on organizations in their intention to adopt e-commerce. Meanwhile, environmental indicators, namely government support, competitive pressure, environmental uncertainty and vendor quality, have a significant effect on the environment in the intention to adopt e-commerce. The data that has been generated can be used by the MSMEs management agency in Karawang Regency to formulate strategies for increasing the productivity of SMEs.</em></p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/249 Understanding The Internalization Stratey For MSMEs 2021-07-30T05:09:32+00:00 Ita Prihatining Wilujeng ita.prihatining.fe@um.ac.id <p><em>Recently many micro,&nbsp;small,&nbsp;and medium enterprises (MSMEs) play important role in international market. They are expanding their business to international market. Internationalization provides many strategic benefits to the business&nbsp;of MSMEs.&nbsp;However, for many&nbsp;business&nbsp;groups&nbsp;on&nbsp;this&nbsp;scale, internationalization is not easy due to limited resources and capabilities.&nbsp;In order to achieve efficient and effective internationalization, it is important to understand the determinants of MSMEs internationalization and its relationship to the internationalization of firms.&nbsp;This&nbsp;study&nbsp;explores how the international orientation of employer, human resources, technology&nbsp;capabilities&nbsp;of the company, and the external environment can explain&nbsp;understanding the&nbsp;level of internationalization of MSMEs.&nbsp;The study showed that the orientation of&nbsp;entrepreneurial&nbsp;and investment in human resources is an important factor to explain the internationalization MSMEs.&nbsp;Additionally, technology turbulence and market similarities&nbsp;moderate&nbsp;this relationship.&nbsp;The results imply that the manager/owner of&nbsp;MSMEs should consider these internal and external factors in order to improve their performance in the international market.</em></p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/247 Implementation And Supervision Of Stakeholders-Based Education Marketing East Java Indonesia 2021-07-30T05:07:20+00:00 Eko Sigit Purwanto sigitpurwantoahmad82@gmail.com Akhyak sigitpurwantoahmad82@gmail.com Achmad Patoni sigitpurwantoahmad82@gmail.com Imam Junaris sigitpurwantoahmad82@gmail.com <p><em>Private schools must try to improve education marketing management in order to get more students that will later support learning activities in schools. Marketing management in this research is how to introduce educational products, invite and influence people to become consumers or service users in an educational institution. This study uses a qualitative approach that has a post positivistic or interpretive paradigm with the aim of understanding the phenomena that occur in the field. This type of research is multisite. The data collection in this study was carried out by means of participant observation, in-depth interviews and documentation. Furthermore, the researchers analyzed the data using two methods, i.e.: on-site data analysis and cross-site analysis using the Miles Huberman interactive model, known as reduction and presentation of data and drawing conclusions. The results of this study are: 1) implementation of stakeholder-based educational marketing management which is carried out by carrying out the placement tests, fulfilling qualifications and improving teacher professionalism, fulfilling facilities and infrastructure, providing opportunities for students to take extra-curricular activities, targeting output (students) who are in good attitudes, smart, healthy, accomplished, and competitive, conducts routine evaluations, assimilates with stakeholders, and achieves customer satisfaction. The optimistic attitude and deep love of the alumni can then be called market fanatics, coming out from market ideology, 2) integrated supervision by combining inherent supervision and follow-up plans. Both institutions strive to guard all plans to achieve perfect targets in terms of educational marketing by eliminating errors or zero defects.</em></p> 2021-07-25T06:04:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/253 The Influence Of Mix Marketing On Decisions For Use Of Online Transportation Towards Global Competition 2021-07-30T05:06:58+00:00 Candra Wahyu Hidayat candra.1904139@students.um.ac.id <p>This study aims to determine the effect of Marketing Mix on Decisions on the Use of Transportation Based on Malang City Application. This type of research is quantitative research. The population in this study are consumers who use online transportation services in Malang City area. The determination of sample size in this study uses Ferdinand's theory (2015). The sample in this study was 100 respondents. The sampling technique in this study uses the theory of Non Probability Sampling, which is an unknown sampling technique how much is the probability of each element or member of the population to get a chance to become a sample. Based on existing sources there are two kinds of data sources, namely primary data and secondary data. The data analysis technique used in this study is multiple linear regression analysis. The results of this study indicate that partially the promotion, people, process, and physical Evidence variables significantly influence the decision to use online applications. While the variables of production, price, and place do not significantly influence the decision to use online transportation. Simultaneously, together with produc, price, promotion, place, people, process, and physical Evidence have an influence on the decision to use online transportation.</p> 2021-07-25T09:05:19+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/241 Effect of Supplementation ARA (Arachidonic acid) Oil on Production Performance, Egg quality and Fatty Acid Composition in Laying Hens 2021-07-30T05:09:39+00:00 Dian Rizki Purba dianrizki_purba@yahoo.com Xiao-guang Dong qiguanghai@caas.cn Jing Wang qiguanghai@caas.cn Hai-jun Zhang qiguanghai@caas.cn Guang-hai Qi qiguanghai@caas.cn Shu-geng Wu qiguanghai@caas.cn <p>The effect of supplementation ARA oil on production performance, egg quality, fatty acid composition in laying hens were examined on this study. The aims on this study to producing ARA enriched eggs to meet infant nutrition requirements. A total of 450 Roman White laying hens with a similar egg production rate and good body condition at 55 weeks of age were randomly divided into 5 treatments. Each treatment was replicated 6 times with 15 hens per replicate.&nbsp; Hens were fed basal diets with 0, 2,5%, 1,25%, 0,625%, and 0,3125% ARA oil addition. The supplementation ARA oil was effect to decreased egg production, egg weight, egg mass, daily feed intake and FCR (P&lt;0.05) during 9-12 week, but on egg quality parameters showed slightly changed during the 1-12 week but not consistency and that change was not statistically significant. Arachidonate acid (ARA) was increased by supplementation ARA oil (P&lt;0.05). This effect was detected in directly proportional to the addition of ARA oil on diet. This is opposite effect to DHA, DHA was decreased by supplementation ARA oil (P&lt;0.05) and also effect to ratio ARA/DHA was increased (P&lt;0.05) by supplementation ARA oil.</p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/283 Analysis Of Presentation Of Sharia Financial Statements According To Psak 101 At Pt. Mandiri Sharia Bank 2021-07-30T05:09:50+00:00 Fera Riske Anggita fera@staff.gunadarma.ac.id Tommy Kuncara tommy_kuncara@staff.gunadarma.ac.id <p>The presentation of Islamic Financial Statements has been regulated in PSAK 101 and every bank needs to refer to it. As we know, PT Bank Syariah Mandiri is the number 1 largest Islamic bank in Indonesia and other information obtained by researchers, PT Bank Syariah Mandiri will merge with 2 other Islamic state-owned banks, namely PT Bank BNI Syariah and PT Bank BRI Syariah. Therefore, researchers are interested in examining whether the financial statements of PT Bank Syariah Mandiri are appropriate in applying the application of Financial Accounting Standards 101. The types of data used are qualitative and quantitative data, the data used are general company information and company financial statement information in 2019. Sources the data used is secondary data. The data collection method is literature study. In the financial statements of PT Bank Syariah Mandiri, the bank has reported all components of the financial statements in PSAK 101. In the Statement of Financial Position PT Bank Syariah Mandiri does not include the Istishna Assets in Settlement and Salam Receivable accounts in the Statement of Financial Position, but in PSAK 101 Paragraph 61 explains Statement of Financial Accounting Standards 101 does not regulate the composition or format of presentation of statement of financial position items. PT Bank Syariah Mandiri continues to present relevant information on the Statement of Financial Position. However, in PSAK 101 Paragraph 61 explaining the Statement of Financial Accounting Standards 101 does not regulate the composition or format of the presentation of the statement of financial position. PT Bank Syariah Mandiri continues to present relevant information on the Statement of Financial Position. However, in PSAK 101 Paragraph 61 explaining the Statement of Financial Accounting Standards 101 does not regulate the composition or format of the presentation of the statement of financial position. PT Bank Syariah Mandiri continues to present relevant information on the Statement of Financial Position.</p> 2021-07-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/258 How to Managing Emotion and Mood of Work Patterns From Home On The Performance Of Employees of Private Universities In South Kalimantan? 2021-07-30T05:09:31+00:00 Dwi Wahyu Artiningsih dwiwahyu1905@gmail.com Harnida Muthia muthiaharnida@gmail.com Ervica Zamilah ervica_zamilah@gmail.com Rizka Zulfikar rizkazulfikar@gmail.com <p>Facing the condition of COVID-19, of course, it greatly affects the psychological and mental condition of a person who tends to be more emotional in responding to something because of the stress of the situation and the various demands that must be lived. One example is the Work From Home pattern where it can trigger emotions and affect the mood of employees. The purpose of this study: 1) analyzing emotions significantly affect employee performance, 2) analyzing work mood has a significant effect on employee performance, 3) analyzing work emotions and moods has a significant effect on employee performance.&nbsp; This research was an explanatory research with quantitative approach (positivism). The population of this study was private universities in South Kalimantan education staff&nbsp; with a total sample of&nbsp; 252&nbsp; respondents and these samples was taken by purposive sampling techniques.&nbsp; Data analysis was using Multiple linear regression.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>The results showed; 1) emotions have a significant effect on employee performance, 2)work mood has a significant impact on employee performance, 3) emotions and work mood have a significant impact on employee performance. The findings in this study that emotions and working mood when managed well will greatly impact employee performance. The existence of work from home policy, employees' emotions and work mood are sometimes disturbed by various activities that change, such as all activities carried out at home and there needs to be conformity with the home environment that tends to be no more conducive than at work.</p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/256 Computer Forensic Using Photorec for Secure Data Recovery Between Storage Media: a Proof of Concept 2021-07-30T05:07:42+00:00 I Putu Agus Eka Pratama eka.pratama@unud.ac.id <p>Data plays the important role, so that data recovery and data security be prioritized. Computer users often lose their data due to personal errors or by attacks. Digital forensics has one sub-field called computer forensic, which has an important role in the process of secure data recovery. USB Flashdisk as the most widely used storage media has a probability of data loss. It is necessary to do computer forensic actions, especially secure data recovery, on it so that it can restore data securely to other media while protecting it by giving privilege root. In this research, computer forensic testing the 2781 files of various data formats that were erased on a 32 GB USB flash drive using Photorec. The media for collecting data recovery results using an Intel computer, 2 GB RAM, 1.8 GHz processor, the Linux operating system Xubuntu 20.04. Testing is carried out following the test scenarios that have been designed, then observed, recorded, and analyzed. Photorec places recovery data in 6 recup_dir subdirectories. Test results and analysis of the test results show that Photorec is a reliable tool for computer forensic, especially secure data recovery because it can restore 100% of data, accompanied by privilege root for all data recovery results, so they cannot be changed and deleted by an end-user without granted access.</p> 2021-07-25T05:08:36+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/262 Determinants of the Quality Financial Information Small and Medium Enterprises Sector 2021-07-30T05:07:12+00:00 Aris Eddy sarwono aris_sarnur@yahoo.co.id Asih Handayani aris_sarnur@yahoo.co.id <p><em>This study aims to determine the effect of owner support, personal technical skills, training and education programs, age, gender, length of business and formal education on the performance of accounting information systems. This research was conducted on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Solo Raya area. The type of data used is quantitative data. The data source used is primary data. Data collection techniques using a questionnaire. The population in this study is SMEs in the Solo Raya area. The sampling technique used purposive sampling method with the number of samples determined with a specific purpose as many as 56 SMEs. The results showed that the variables of owner support, personal technical ability, training and education programs had an effect on the performance of the accounting information system, while variables of age, gender, length of business and formal education had no effect on the performance of the accounting information system.</em></p> 2021-07-25T06:27:20+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/261 Agricultural Households And Farmer Welfare In North Kolaka Regency 2021-07-30T05:07:04+00:00 Salahuddin lmmunadi@yahoo.com La Ode Muh Munadi lmmunadi@yahoo.com Muhammad Amrullah Pagala lmmunadi@yahoo.com Rina Astarika lmmunadi@yahoo.com <p>The research aims to describe the household loss of food crops, farms, and plantations as well as the welfare of farmers' households in North Kolaka Regency in January-March 2021 referring to national indicators or provisions in the processing of agricultural survey results (ST) that have been conducted by national official institutions, namely the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of Southeast Sulawesi in 2013 (ST2013) and the results of the Inter-Census middle Survey 2018. The results of the analysis of household income and welfare of agricultural households in North Kolaka Regency showed that food crops in the form of rice 39.36, crops 226.71, farms 12.99, plantations -0.31, and farmers welfare level 6.22.</p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p><strong><em>Key</em></strong><strong><em>w</em></strong><strong><em>ords:</em></strong><em> Household Violence, Farmer Welfare, North Kolaka</em></p> 2021-07-25T06:47:47+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/245 The Role Of Youth In The Implementation Of Kotaku Program In Langsa City 2021-07-30T05:09:55+00:00 Raja Syahputra syahraja00@gmail.com Suwardi Lubis syahraja00@gmail.com Sakhyan Asmara syahraja00@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to determine the role of youth in the implementation of the KOTAKU program in Langsa City, to determine the factors that encourage and hinder youth in implementing the KOTAKU program in Langsa City. The analytical method used in this research is a qualitative descriptive analysis method by looking at the role of youth and inhibiting and supporting factors in the activities of the KOTAKU program in Langsa City. This research was conducted in Langsa City by using a sample in several areas in Langsa City that have implemented KOTAKU program activities. The results of research on youth in Langsa City play an active role in the KOTAKU program activities in Langsa City. The driving factor for the KOTAKU program activities is the participation of youth and communities who want their living areas to be free from slum settlements. Meanwhile, the inhibiting factor is the lack of public understanding of the KOTAKU program and the lack of public awareness in maintaining the infrastructure, facilities and infrastructure resulting from the KOTAKU program activities in Langsa City.</em></p> 2021-07-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/239 Challenges Healthcare Management Business: ISP Innovation SMEs with Technology Virtualization and Server Consolidation 2021-07-30T05:09:15+00:00 Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi erlina.puspitaloka@esaunggul.ac.id Mohamad Reza Hilmy erlina.puspitaloka@esaunggul.ac.id Arnastya Iswara Sanantagraha erlina.puspitaloka@esaunggul.ac.id <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>The adaptation and innovation of the healthcare business strategy during the pandemic and new normal is needed now, for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) which are engaged in Internet Service Providers (ISP) especially in running their business in pandemic also face the future challenging. This study aims to prove that virtualization technology planning, virtualization technology adaptability, and server consolidation services have a positive effect on healthcare management and business, such as operational costs with an impact on more efficient of healthcare small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Indonesia. The data were taken from distributing questionnaires to 77 company representative respondents with the positions of IT Manager, IT Supervisor, and CIO. Data were analyzed by SEM using Smart PLS. The results of the research obtained prove that the operational cost effectiveness of Data Center management is influenced by planning, adaptability, and application of virtualization technology for 5.0. SMES ISPs in Indonesia healthcare sector need to pay attention to new result of planning, adaptability, and implementation of server consolidation services as a determinant of operational and cost effectiveness related to business objectives and management in managing a Data Center in the pandemic, new normal and future challenges.</em></p> 2021-07-25T04:53:21+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/269 The Effect Of Stock Price, Share Return, Share Trading Volume, And Return Variant On Bid-Ask Spread On Textile And Garment Companies Listed On The Indonesia Stock Exchange, 2019-2020 2021-07-30T05:09:53+00:00 Heny Sidanti henysidanti75@gmail.com Annisa Istikhomah henysidanti75@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to obtain empirical evidence of the effect of Stock Price, Stock Return, Stock Trading Volume, and Return Variant on the Bid-Ask Spread of Stocks in Textile and Garment Companies Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2019-2020. The stock price used is the stock price recorded at the end of each closing period (closing price), stock returns are measured using the difference between returns on the research day and before the study divided by returns on the day before the study, stock trading volume is measured by the number of shares traded at the time of the study. t is divided by the number of shares outstanding at the time of the study, the variance of stock returns is measured using the standard deviation, and the bid-ask spread is measured by the difference between the selling price and the purchase price divided by the difference between the selling price and the purchase price divided by two. The population in this study is 17 textile and garment companies listed on the IDX. Based on the purposive sampling method, a sample of 16 companies was obtained with 309 data. This research data is obtained from the company's monthly data from 2019 to 2020. The results of the analysis show that stock prices and stock trading volumes affect the bid-ask spread, while stock returns and return variances do not affect the bid-ask spread. Meanwhile, simultaneously, stock prices, stock returns, stock trading volume, and return variance affect the bid-ask spread. This research data is obtained from the company's monthly data from 2019 to 2020. The results of the analysis show that stock prices and stock trading volume affect the bid-ask spread, while stock returns and return variances do not affect the bid-ask spread. Meanwhile, simultaneously, stock prices, stock returns, stock trading volume, and return variance affect the bid-ask spread. This research data is obtained from the company's monthly data from 2019 to 2020. The results of the analysis show that stock prices and stock trading volumes affect the bid-ask spread, while stock returns and return variances do not affect the bid-ask spread. Meanwhile, simultaneously, stock prices, stock returns, stock trading volume, and return variance affect the bid-ask spread.</em></p> 2021-07-23T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/286 The Influence Of Financial Flexibility, Managerial Ownership, Firm Size On Capital Structure, And Firm Value On Infrastructure, Utility And Transportation Companies 2021-07-31T01:46:05+00:00 Asrul Jaya asrul469@gmail.com Djabir Hamzah asrul469@gmail.com Maat Pono asrul469@gmail.com Idayanti Nursyamsi asrul469@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to analyze the effect of financial flexibility, managerial ownership, and firm size on firm value with capital structure as an intervening variable for infrastructure, utility, and transportation companies. This research was a quantitative study. The data used were secondary data in the form financial statements of infrastructure, utility and transportation companies listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange during the period 2015-2019. The sample used was a purposive sampling technique consisting of 30 companies infrastructure, utility and transportation. The data were analyzed using path analysis supported by SmartPLS 3.3 software. The results show that financial flexibility has no significant negative effect on the capital structure; managerial ownership has a significant negative effect on the capital structure; firm size has a significant positive effect on the capital structure; financial flexibility has a significant negative effect on firm value; managerial ownership has no significant positive effect on firm value; firm size has no significant positive effect on firm value; capital structure has a significant positive effect on firm value; financial flexibility had no significant effect on firm value through capital structure; managerial ownership has a significant effect on firm value through capital structure; firm size has a significant effect on firm value through capital structure.</em></p> 2021-07-23T16:26:18+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/285 Analysis Of The Application Of Recording Methods And Assessment Of Inventories In Accordance With Psak No. 14 At Andrew Smith Urban Lifestyle Supermall Karawaci 2021-07-30T05:09:45+00:00 Dwi Kartinah tommykuncara17@gmail.com Tommy Kuncara tommykuncara17@gmail.com <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>Inventory is one of the assets that has an important role for the activities of a company. The problem that often occurs in inventory is when recording and evaluating inventory. Generally, recording is not detailed or even manually, thus making inventory reports unclear and not good. This makes the researcher want to compare the inventory treatment of Andrew Smith's Urban Lifestyle Supermall Karawaci store with PSAK No. 14.This research was conducted using a descriptive method with quantitative and qualitative data sourced from primary and secondary data. The data obtained are then processed, analyzed, and interpreted to determine the comparison with PSAK No. 14. Andrew Smith Urban Lifestyle is a manufacturing company engaged in the men's clothing industry such as: jackets, shirts, pants, chinos, sweaters, blazers, ties, accessories, shoes, and sneakers. The result of this research is that the store's inventory recording has not used a method that is in accordance with PSAK No. 14, there is only a partial recording referring to the perpetual method, namely when there is an entry and exit of goods that is directly recorded in a computerized manner. While the inventory valuation is also not in accordance with PSAK no. 14 because it does not use the FIFO method. Using the FIFO method will result in a clearer and better inventory valuation.</em></p> 2021-07-23T16:33:46+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/254 The Impact Of E-Service Quality To Wards Customre Satisfaction On The User Of Internet Banking In PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (Persero) 2021-07-30T05:09:20+00:00 Deni Ardiansyah Deniardiansyah9619@gmail.com Lies Handrijaningsih Deniardiansyah9619@gmail.com <p><em>This research aims to analyze the impact of electronic service quality which consists of efficiency, fulfillment, reliability, privacy, responsiveness, contact, and compensation towards the customer satisfaction on the user of internet banking in PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia, Persero. Customer satisfaction is an urgent matter in banking and is one of the company duty to create that satisfaction out of every single service provided. The sample used in this research are respondents which are customers who use internet banking service from BRI. The data used in this research is primary data collected by conducting online questionnaires to 150 respondents. Analyzing technique used is validity, reliability, classical assumption, multiple linear regression, t, F, and the coefficient of determination test. The result shows that simultaneously, electronic service quality which consists of efficiency, fulfillment, reliability, privacy, responsiveness, contact, and compensation do have an impact towards customer satisfaction on the user of internet banking service of BRI. The finding on partial test shows that efficiency, fulfillment, contact and compensation has an impact towards customer satisfaction whereas reliability, privacy, and responsiveness do not.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-07-25T04:47:54+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/187 Efforts to Improve Employee Performance Through Communication And Leadership Style In PT J&T Express Medan 2021-07-30T05:09:18+00:00 Ina Namora Putri Siregar inanamoraputri@gmail.com Suryani inanamoraputri@gmail.com <p><em>PT J&amp;T Express is a service company engaged in the delivery of goods. Decreased employee performance can be seen from the decreased ability of employees to meet delivery targets which is influenced by inefficient communication among fellow employees and the lack of a leader's role in motivating employees to work more optimally. The method used in this research is a quantitative approach, this type of research is descriptive quantitative. Methods of collecting data were interviews, questionnaires, and documentation. The data analysis method used is multiple regression. The population and research sample amounted to 157 employees of PT J&amp;T Express. The results of research on communication and leadership style simultaneously and partially have a positive and significant effect on employee performance at PT J&amp;T Express. The leadership style variable has a more dominant influence than communication in improving employee performance. Finally, the magnitude of the coefficient of determination is 0.587. This means that 58.7% of employee performance can be explained by Communication and Leadership Style while the remaining 41.3% is explained by other variables.</em></p> 2021-07-25T04:51:30+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/268 The Effect Of Competence and Facilities On Teacher’s Performance At Haji Masri Darul Ilmi Murni Islamic Educational Foundation, Namorambe District, Deli Serdang Regency 2021-07-30T05:09:25+00:00 Ega Siddik egasiddik10@gmail.com Abd Rasyid Syamsuri egasiddik10@gmail.com Julianto Hutasuhut egasiddik10@gmail.com Mutawaqil Bilah Tumanggor egasiddik10@gmail.com <p><em>This study aims to analyze the effect of competence and facilities have a positive and significant effect on teacher’s performance at Haji Masri Darul Ilmi Murni Islamic Educational Foundation, Namorambe District, Deli Serdang Regency. The method used in this study is a quantitative method with several tests, that are the classical assumption test and multiple linear regression. Based on the results of the study, it can be seen that competence (X<sub>1</sub>) has a t-count value of 3.263 and a t-table of 1.663 when compared to t-count, the results are 3.263&gt; 1.663, so it can be concluded that competence has a positive and significant effect on teacher performance (Y). The facility (X<sub>2</sub>) has a t-count of 5.595 when compared to the t table, the result is 5.595&gt;1.663, so it can be concluded that the facilities have a positive and significant effect on teacher’s performance (Y). Simultaneously, competence and facilities have a positive and significant influence on teacher’s performance. This means that the hypothesis in this study is accepted, proved by the calculated F value &gt; F table (75.790 &gt; 3.11). The results of the coefficient of determination indicate that competence and facilities have an influence on teacher’s performance by 65.2%, while the remaining 34.8% is influenced by other variables which are not examined in this study.</em></p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/264 Utilization Of Glycerol By Product From Transesterification Of Waste Cooking Oil As A Cosurfactant In Nanocream Preparation 2021-07-30T05:07:39+00:00 Zulmai Rani zulmairani85@yahoo.com Julia Reveny zulmairani85@yahoo.com Urip Harahap zulmairani85@yahoo.com <p><em>Waste cooking oil (</em><em>used cooking oil </em><em>) is oil derived from leftover cooking oil for frying food. Waste cooking oil is still considered as waste by some people and waste cooking oil that should not be suitable for consumption is sometimes still widely reused in food processing, this can endanger health and reduce the nutritional value of food</em><em>. </em><em>In order to be used and have economic value, it is overcome by synthesizing waste cooking oil into glycerol so it can be used as cosurfactant</em><em>. </em><em>Besides as cosurfactant, this waste cooking oil glycerol also can be used for various chemical industies, foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals industries</em><em>. </em><em>For cosmetic preparation, it can make a nanocream preparation</em><em>. </em><em>The purpose of this research was to utilize waste cooking oil into a glycerol which is used as a cosurfactant</em><em>, </em><em>to characterize the synthesis results based on IR Spectroscopy</em><em> data and to formulate it to nanocream preparation. </em><em>The research was conducted in an experimentally by making glycerol from side product of waste cooking oil</em><em>. Separating glycerol process conducted by transesterification reaction. Glycerol of </em><em>waste cooking oil </em><em>by</em> <em>product </em><em>was characterized with IR Spectroscopy</em><em> and evaluated include </em><em>organoleptic, glycerol contents, density, viscosity, ash content, and moisture content</em><em>. Formulation of nanocream preparation using 30% of Tween 80 as surfactant, glycerol by-product as cosurfactant 7,5% concentration, and 20% of VCO as oil phase. </em><em>The nanocream preparation was measured for its particle size with the aim of being able to determine the particle size of the formula to form nanoparticle size</em><em>. The results showed that glycerol of </em><em>waste cooking oil</em><em> by product shows the presence of OH, CH-aliphatic, C=O carbonyl and C-O. particle size of nanocream preparation obtained was 397,76 nm. Based on the result of this research, the conclusion is glycerol of waste cooking oil &nbsp;by-product can form nano size with presence of glycerol as cosurfactant. </em><em>The particle size of the nanocream preparation obtained was still in the nanocream requirement range, namely 20-500 nm</em><em>. </em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-07-25T05:21:28+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/267 Village Financial Management Towards Village Fund Policy For Community Empowerment 2021-07-30T05:07:36+00:00 Hastuti tutie977@gmail.com <p><em>The goal of this study is to explain Village Fund Allocation for community empowerment by concentrating on village financial management rules in Village Fund Allocation administration. The Village Fund Allocation Implementation Team's financial management was not in accordance with applicable regulations, thus this research was conducted. This study is expected to assist the Buton Regency Government, specifically the South Lasalimu District, in improving village financial management. The research was conducted through in-depth interviews and direct observation of Village Fund Management implementation. According to the study's results, accountable and transparent management has been in place for the planning and implementation of Village Fund Allocation activities. Meanwhile, in terms of accountability, as indicated by the physical outcomes, it has exhibited responsible and transparent execution; nevertheless, additional direction is still necessary on the administrative side, since it is not completely in conformity with the regulations. The main barrier is the ineffectiveness of developing village government officials and human resource capabilities, which results in a lack of ongoing assistance from local government officials.</em></p> 2021-07-25T05:25:13+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/270 Analysis of Optimal Portfolio Comparison on Shares of Sri Kehati by using Single Index Model and Random Model 2021-07-30T05:07:23+00:00 Rollis Ayu Ditasari rolisayuditasari@unipma.ac.id Ade Ichsan Pradana rolisayuditasari@unipma.ac.id <p><em>The purpose of this study is to provide empirical evidence that the determination of a stock portfolio using a single index model can provide optimal returns compared with the determination of stock portfolio using a random model. The sample in this research is 25 shares joined in SRI-KEHATI selected using purposive sampling. The data analysis technique used the average test for two independent samples (Mann Whitney Test (U Test)). The results showed that the determination of the stock portfolio using a single index model can provide optimal return compared to the determination of the stock portfolio using random model.</em></p> 2021-07-25T05:48:32+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/271 Superior Rice Cultivation as a Sustainable Agricultural 2021-07-30T05:07:18+00:00 Gunawan Cipto Harsono gunawanciptoharsono@gmail.com Moh. Ardani moh.ardani05@gmail.com Sumiarjo Kiswondo sum14rjok@gmail.com <p><em>The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of variety and number of seeds on plant growth and yield in a sustainable agricultural cultivation system and to understand the interaction between variety and number of seeds on plant growth and yield in a sustainable agricultural cultivation system. This research design uses a qualitative approach, which is a research procedure and understanding based on a methodology that identifies a social phenomenon. This reseach study used the qualitative design. It is a constructivist paradigm in which reality is produced in context and social life, is exploratory, theory and development in the field, and depends more on data gathering in the field to expose the actual situation in the field. The result of this research were Analysis of the Interaction between Varieties and Number of Seeds on Rice Growth Using the Ciherang variety combined with the number of seeds 6 stems per clump, it is recommended to use the number of seeds 2 stems per clump when using the Mekongga variety. The second findings of this research were Rice Plants as Sustainable Agriculture via Cultivation and Conventional Approaches can be applied in a variety of agricultural areas throughout Indonesia. A business partnership through vertical consolidation is formed by using the appropriate business partnership strategy to encourage the development of agribusiness in rural areas.</em></p> 2021-07-25T06:15:27+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/266 Training The Utilization Of Palm Oil Waste Supporting Village Community Economy 2021-07-30T05:07:15+00:00 Desi Fitria desifitriaraflesia@gmail.com Iswidana Utama Putra desifitriaraflesia@gmail.com Dennis Rydarto Tambunan desifitriaraflesia@gmail.com Melly Susanti desifitriaraflesia@gmail.com <p><em>There are still a lot of environmentally friendly waste that has not been used. Like palm oil fronds that rot because they are not used. This is due to the lack of knowledge about the benefits of oil palm frond waste. The purpose of this research is to provide insight to the community about processing oil palm frond waste, through training. Specifically, this study aims to measure the level of training in the utilization of palm oil frond waste against the results of activities in making products from environmentally friendly waste. It is hoped that this research can help the farming community in utilizing palm oil frond waste into a high-value product. The research sample consisted of 25 members of community organizations (PKK women's groups and youth youth groups). The method used is true experimental design by conducting training on the manufacture of products from oil palm frond waste. The results show that the informant independent variable (X1) has a significance of 0.175, material (X2) has a significance of 0.099, facilities (X3) has a significance of 0.956, behavior (X4) has a significance of 0.000. and innovation (X5) significance of 0.397. The significance value of the F test is 0.000. and all variables have an effect on Activity Results (Y). However, when tested individually, the behavior variable accepts the hypothesis while other independent variables reject the hypothesis. there are still many influences from other variables (R Squre = 66.7%) that affect the results of activities. Further research can use other methods, to find the effect of training on the results of activities.</em></p> 2021-07-25T06:18:21+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/265 Therapeutic Effect Of Warm Fragrant Lemongrass Foot Soak Against Changes In The Joint Pain Scale Of Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients 2021-07-30T05:09:28+00:00 Muhammad Syahwal awaljhe@gmail.com Aluddin awaljhe@gmail.com <p><em>Uric acid is a natural antioxidant produced by the human body, but it can trigger rheumatoid arthritis if the amount exceeds the normal threshold with typical symptoms in the form of pain accompanied by swelling in the joint area, even in advanced conditions there is joint stiffness. Cymbopogon nardus (L.) Rendle or lemongrass is an effective plant to reduce joint pain and swelling. The purpose of this study was to describe the effect of warm lemongrass foot bath therapy on changes in the scale of joint pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.</em><em> This study is a pre-experimental study with one group pre-test and post-test design without a control group, changes after two days of soaking warm lemongrass feet by observing changes in the pain scale of 23 respondents. The Wilcoxon test results showed that there was a change in the pain scale after intervention with a value of p = 0.01, which means that warm scented lemongrass foot soak affects reducing the pain scale of patients with rheumatoid arthritis. The warm sensation of the foot soaking intervention provides a peripheral vasodilation effect which causes a decrease in joint pain in inflamed tissues, the chemical effect of citronellal compounds is around 32-45%, geraniol 12-18%, and citronellol 12-25% in citronella plants are also proven to play a role in reducing pain. This study concluded that warm lemongrass foot soaking therapy affected the changes in the scale of joint pain in Rheumatoid Arthritis.</em></p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/251 The Influence Of Return On Assets, Current Ratio And Earning Pershare On Stock Prices Of Manufacturing Companies In The Consumption Industry Sector In The Indonesia Stock Exchange 2012-2015 2021-07-30T05:07:09+00:00 Isna Asdiani Nasution isnanasution@gmail.com Angelin isnanasution@gmail.com <p><em>The objective of the research was to test and analyze the effect of Return on Assets, current ratio and earnings per share on share price of manufacturing companies of consumer goods in the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2015. The research is used a quantitative research approach. The type of research is causal relationship. The nature of descriptive explanatory research was. The research populations were listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2015 manufacturing companies at consumer goods consisting of 37 companies. The research samples were 24 companies. The finding as well as the conclusion of research and return on assets affected by the share of manufacturing companies of the industry sector in the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2015. Current Ratio did not affect share price of Manufacturing Companies in the Consumer Industry sector on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2015. Earning per Share affected Price of Shares of manufacturing companies of consumer industry on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2015. Simultaneously, Return on Assets, Current Ratio and Earning per Share affected share price of manufacturing companies of consumer industry sectors in the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the period of 2012-2015 known from its signficant level less than 0.05.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-07-25T06:35:57+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/257 Determining Employee Performance And Work Satisfaction Dimentionals In Multifinance Company Using Structural Equation Model Approach 2021-07-30T05:07:01+00:00 Syahrani mmsyahrani@gmail.com <p>This study aims to determine the level of employee satisfaction with a structural model approach that can clarify the relationship between the variables of satisfaction, leadership work environment and employee performance. This research was conducted in a multinational company engaged in the multifinance sector, located in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia In this study, the sample was taken using purposive sampling with a total sample of 235 people from various existing departments. The analytical technique used is the Structural Equation Model (SEM).</p> <p>The results of the study found that (1) the SEM model has met the standards of the Goodness of Fit Index, (2) the employee satisfaction variable has a significant influence on employee performance because it provides a CR value &gt; 1.96 and a probability value &lt; 0.05, (3) The work environment variable has an effect on significant on employee performance and satisfaction because it provides a CR value &gt; 1.96 and a probability value &lt; 0.05, (4) the leadership variable has a very significant influence on employee performance and satisfaction because it provides a CR value &gt; 1.96 and a probability value &lt; 0.05.</p> 2021-07-25T06:53:59+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/272 Risk Factors Associated with Early Detection of Cervical Cancer by the IVA Method in Women of Childbearing Age In the City of Ternate 2021-07-30T05:09:23+00:00 Hairudin La Patilaiya hairudinpatilaiya25@gmail.com Nursia Aja hairudinpatilaiya25@gmail.com Taufik Yunus hairudinpatilaiya25@gmail.com <p>Background : Cervical cancer is one of the main problems in women's health in the <br>world, including Indonesia. According to the 2018 Global Cancer Observatory from the <br>World Health Organization (WHO), the most common cancer cases in Indonesia are <br>breast cancer, which is 58,256 cases or 16.7% of the total 348,809 cancer cases. Cervical <br>cancer (neck of the womb) is the second most common type of cancer in Indonesia, with <br>32,469 cases or 9.3% of the total cases. Objective: To determine the risk factors <br>associated with early detection of cervical cancer using Visual Inspection with Acetic <br>Acid (IVA) ) in women of childbearing age in the Work Area of the Ternate City Health <br>Center for Siko Treatment. Methods: This research is a quantitative analytic study with a <br>cross sectional design. Data collection was carried out from December 2020 to January <br>2021. The population was all patients who underwent examinations at the Maternal and <br>Child Health Polyclinic (KIA) at the Siko Care Health Center in Ternate City as many as <br>227 patients and a sample of 145 female patients of childbearing age from January to <br>September 2020. Techniques sampling is simple random sampling. Data analysis used <br>univariate and bivariate with chi-square test. The research variable consists of the <br>dependent variable, namely early detection of cervical cancer, while the independent <br>variables are knowledge, husband's support, access to information and culture. Results: <br>Shows that age (46.9%), knowledge of VIA (50.3%), attitude (55.2%), husband's support <br>(52.4%), access to information (62.1%), culture (51.7%), Support Officer (48.3%), early <br>detection of cervical cancer IVA method (55.2%), while the bivariate results include: Age <br>(0.000, OR=19,011; CI=8.095-44,647), knowledge (0.001; OR=2.86; CI=1.563-18.367), <br>attitude (0.000; OR=215.524 CI=53,456-868.955), husband's support (0.002; OR=1.448 <br>CI=1.688-11.933), access to information (0.000; OR=2,294; CI=1,574-15,976), culture <br>(0,003; OR=2,202 CI=1,648-10,717), health worker support (0,000; OR=27,111 <br>CI;11,023-66,680). Conclusion: There is a relationship between knowledge, husband's <br>support, access to information and culture with early detection of cervical cancer against <br>the IVA method. Based on the results of the study, it is recommended that the relevant <br>agencies, namely the Siko Health Center, always improve health education to the <br>community, especially mothers and husbands regarding early detection of cervical cancer <br>through various media tools including leaflets, posters, flipcharts and other media. <br>Through this counseling, it is hoped that the community will be more interested and <br>understand the material presented more quickly</p> 2021-07-25T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/273 The Influence Of Youth Empowerment Through Development Of Rafting Tourism Business Entity Village Owned to Youth Capacity Buluh Duri Village Sipispis Subdistrict 2021-07-30T05:06:52+00:00 Wahyudi Rambe rmb.wahyudi@gmail.com Badaruddin rmb.wahyudi@gmail.com Lita Sri Andayani rmb.wahyudi@gmail.com <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>The presence of Law No. 6 of 2014 on Villages, has brought new hope for the birth of efforts to increase the capacity of the community of BuluhDuri Village, including for<strong>. </strong>Efforts to increase the capacity of the youth of Buluh Duri Village are carried out by the Village </em><em>Owned Enterprises (BUMDes)</em> <em>Buluh Duri Mandiri</em> <em>(</em><em>BUDUMA</em><em>) through the development of Rafting TourismUnit. This research was conducted to find out the influence of empowerment consisting of enabling, empowering, andprotecting the capacity of the youth of Buluh Duri Village in the development of BUMDes BUDUMA Rafting Tourism Unit. This research was conducted with quantitative approach through a survey on a sample of 38 respondents. Data analysis is performed using multiple linear regression tests. The results of the partial analysis using the T test showed that the three independent variables tested, namely enabling, empowering, and protecting had a positive and significant influence on the variable capacity of the youth of Buluh Duri Village. The results of the analysis conducted simultaneously using the F test showed independent variables consisting of enabling, empowering, and protecting simultaneously significantly affect dependent variables, namely capacity in the youth of Buluh Duri Village.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> 2021-07-25T09:16:41+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/274 The Effect Of Brand Ambasador and Prices on The Purchase Decision Of Android Hand Phone Through Interest In Buying Consumers In Medan City 2021-07-30T05:06:49+00:00 Indawati Lestari indahtaca@gmail.com Martin indahtaca@gmail.com Marihot Manullang indahtaca@gmail.com Ribka Sari Butar-Butar indahtaca@gmail.com Zulia Rifda Daulay indahtaca@gmail.com <p><em>The main purpose of this study is to determine the effect of brand ambassadors and prices on purchasing decisions for Android phones through consumer buying interest. The approach in this study is associative with the data analysis used is path analysis. The population and sample in this study were 147 respondents who were selected by accidental sampling. The results showed that (1) brand ambassadors had a positive and significant effect on buying interest, (2) price had a negative effect on buying interest, (3) brand ambassadors had a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions, (4) price had a negative effect on purchasing decisions, (5) brand ambassador has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions through buying interest, (6) price has a negative effect on purchasing decisions through buying interest.</em></p> 2021-07-25T09:22:30+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/276 The Role Of Youth in the Development Program Of Business Entities Owned By Bah Butong Village Sidamanik Subdistrict Simalungun Regency 2021-07-30T05:06:47+00:00 Eriza Hudori erizahudori22@gmail.com Erika Revida erizahudori22@gmail.com Beby Karina Fawzea Sembiring erizahudori22@gmail.com <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>The purpose of this study is to analyze the role of youth in </em><em>Bah Butong Village,Sidamanik Subdistrict, Simalungun Regency in the Improvement of The Program of Business Entities Owned by Bah Butong Village, Sidamanik Subdistrict, Simalungun Regency.</em><em> This research focuses on the role that has been done by the youths in</em><em> Bah Butong Village, Sidamanik Subdistrict, Simalungun Regency in improving the program of Bah Butong Village Owned Enterprises in Sidmanik Subdistrict, Simalungun Regency.</em> <em>In Bah Butong Village there are BUMDes that focus their activities in the field of services, namely party equipment rental, trade, livestock, small industry, ATV rental services, keyboard rental, village transportation rental. For the development of BUMDes institutions, it is necessary to improve programs involving youth, communities and the simalungun district government. The method used in this study is descriptive method with qualitative approach. This study took primary data through </em><em>informants</em><em> and secondary data from related agencies, namely</em><em> the Head of The</em><em> Youth Sports </em><em>and </em><em>Tourism Office </em><em>K</em><em>abupaten </em><em>Simalungun,</em><em>Chairman</em><em>of</em> <em>KNPI </em><em>Simalungun,</em><em>and Head of the Central Statistics Agency</em><em> of</em> <em>Simalungun</em><em> Regency</em><em>, </em><em>.The results of the research showed that the role of </em><em>youth of Bah Butong Village Sidamanik Subdistrict Simalungundalam in the Improvement of BUMDes Bah Butong Program </em><em>to market ponot waterfall tourism for regional development is with youth acting as social control, moral strength and agent of change where the role is influenced by internal</em><em> factors, </em><em>namely: finance, poor management, lack of support from the elderly and lack of control over every activity bumdes Bah Butong and external factors, namely: low level of education, lack of awareness in managing existing natural potential well and natural disasters </em></p> 2021-07-25T09:25:42+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/277 Information Message Of Kindness On The Architecture Gate Of The Palace Solo 2021-07-30T05:06:40+00:00 Ayub Muktiono ayubmuktiono@unkris.ac.id <p><em>Human life in the natural world could not live alone. To achieve the goal of living together, the man will always interact with each other in society. Communication and information to be very important in communicating. Communication in the community can be done both verbally and non-verbally. Communication in non-verbal considered more timeless than verbal communication. One of the non-verbal communication which is carried out by the public is in the form of a building. Solo is a work of architecture that has a message non-verbal information from the king to his people. One part of the building of the Palace Solo that has the message information is on the door of the gate of the Kori Apit. With the method of approach to the interpretation of the shape of the marks found on the door of the gate of the Kori Flank and linked with the culture of the people of Java, then obtained the meaning of the information message that is very wise of the king that is delivered to his people.</em></p> 2021-07-25T09:29:35+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/278 Potential Drug Interactions Of Oral Antidiabetic In Prescriptions Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients At Kumpulan Pane Hospital 2021-07-30T05:06:37+00:00 Nurhasanah Rumanda Nana nrumanda@ymail.com Khairunnisa nrumanda@ymail.com Urip Harahap nrumanda@ymail.com <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <em>&nbsp;</em>Diabetes Mellitus is a disease that can cause complications of other diseases so that the treatment to be given becomes more and this has the potential for interactions between drugs that can affect the physiological condition of the patient. &nbsp;The aim of this study is to&nbsp; analyze the potential of oral antidiabetic interactions on prescription at Kumpulan Pane Hospital. &nbsp;Analysis of potential oral antidiabetic interactions on a prescription using quantitative research methods is retrospective descriptive. Prescriptions used are inpatient and outpatient prescriptions for the period January-December 2020 that get oral antidiabetics. Analyze data using Medscape and Drugs.com sites. <em>&nbsp;</em>Based on analysis of 9.818 prescription sheets of diabetes mellitus patients, there were found 6.454 (65.73%) prescription of potential oral antidiabetic interactions. Potential interaction of an oral antidiabetic group of 10.759 (91.45%) drug, the pattern of interaction mechanisms most often is pharmacodynamic 73.25%. The most common type of oral antidiabetic drugs that have potential interactions is the biguanide group (metformin) 36.76%. The severity of the most frequent interactions was 92.21%. &nbsp;The conclusion of the potential interactions &nbsp;oral antidiabetic are still found in prescriptions that is 65.73% at Kumpulan Pane Hospital.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>Keyword: &nbsp;Potential Drug Interactions, Oral Antidiabetics, Prescription</p> 2021-07-25T11:39:43+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/279 Development Of Strategic Methods For Family Balanced Counseling (SKB KB) On The Selection Of Potential Acceptance Contraception Tools In Makassar 2021-07-30T05:06:33+00:00 Sitti Mukarramah jumrah.mega.rezky@gmail.com Indriani sitti_mukarramah@poltekkes-mks.ac.id Zulaeha A. Amdadi sitti_mukarramah@poltekkes-mks.ac.id <p><em>Family planning is a strategy to reduce maternal mortality, especially mothers with 4T conditions. Counseling plays an important role in achieving quality family planning services. A balanced counseling strategy (SKB) began to be developed and adapted for use in 2016, to strengthen postpartum family planning counseling services (KBPP). The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the Family Planning Balanced Counseling Strategy (SKB-KB) on the choice of contraceptives at Kassi-Kassi Community Health Center Makassar City. The type of research used is Quasi Experimental (quasi-experimental). This study conducted an intervention in both groups by assessing before and after treatment / counseling. One group intervened with the SKB-KB method, while the other group intervened with the ABPK method. Data were analyzed using the chi square test with a significance level of p &lt;0.05. The results showed that the SKB-KB method had an influence on the choice of contraceptives between the intervention group and the control group (p: 0.0008; α 0.05).</em></p> 2021-07-25T11:45:27+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/282 The Effect Of Audit Findings And Recommendation Follow Ups Of BPK-Ri’s Evaluation On Local Government’s Performance In Districts/Cities East Java Province 2021-07-30T05:06:31+00:00 Garsuarani Octavianti Ningsih Vinty1996@gmail.com Sugiharti Binastuti Vinty1996@gmail.com <p><em>Audit findings </em><em>and recommendation follow ups are the result of evaluation conducted by BPK. This research aims to investigate the indirect effect of audit findings and recommendation follow ups from the evaluation done by BPK-RI towards the performance of local governments in East Java Province through financial accountability which will be measured by audit opinions from 2013 to 2018. The data used is taken from The Audit Board of The Republic of Indonesia both directly and through website. The data is being tested using STATA. The test result of financial accountability model shows that audit findings on weakness of internal control system, standard deviation, follow up quantity, and recommendation value from the evaluation is indeed influential towards financial accountability. However, for audit findings on non-compliance to regulations in fact does not affect the financial accountability. Furthermore, predicted opinion value is used to test indirect effect which is being connected to performance. The result shows that audit findings and recommendation follow ups from the evaluation do affect indirectly towards the performance of local governments in East Java Province. </em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-07-25T11:49:35+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/281 The Influence Of Hit Distances And Dimensions Candlenut For Perfomance Improvement On Breaking Machine Candlenut 2021-07-30T05:06:23+00:00 Mietra Anggara mietra.anggara@uts.ac.id Ardiansyah mietra.anggara@uts.ac.id <p><em>Candlenut is one of the crops that grow in Indonesia. In Batu Dulang village Batulante sub-district Sumbawa there are candlenut entrepreneurs whose process of breaking candlenut seeds is still manual, person&nbsp; can break 14 – 17 kg/day of candlenut. This reseach was aimed to examine the influence of distance and dimension of candlenut and to increase the performance machines at nutcracker . This reseach was conducted in </em><em>November to December 2020</em><em>&nbsp; at workshop engineering study program, faculty of technique, Sumbawa university. The method used was a&nbsp; case study striking distance (18 mm, 20 mm, 22 mm) small Candlenut dimensions, 18mm to 25 mm, large Candlenut dimension 26 mm to 35 mm, with three levels of treatment and each treatment combination was striking distance of&nbsp; dimensions three time. The parameters of this study ware the parcentage of the whole core, parcentage of split halves, parcentage of core broken and parcentage of seeds escaped. The results of this study indicate that the treatment striking distance of dimensions has a significant effect on percentage of crushed core and percentage of seeds escaped. The highest of the intact core wa found at a small Candlenut dimensions striking distance 18 mm </em><em>60</em><em>%, parcentage of split halves of 18 mm </em><em>20</em><em>%, parcentage of&nbsp; 20 mm </em><em>10</em><em>% core broken&nbsp; and parcentage of&nbsp; 22 mm&nbsp; 60% seeds escaped. The highest of the intact core wa found at a larges Candlenut dimensions striking distance 20 mm 53,33% parcentage of split halves of 18 mm yaitu 3</em><em>0</em><em>% parcentage of&nbsp; 18 mm </em><em>10</em><em>%,core broken &nbsp;and parcentage of&nbsp; 22 mm&nbsp; </em><em>60</em><em>% seeds escaped.</em></p> 2021-07-25T11:55:21+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/288 The Effect Of Motivation, Leadership And Organizational Culture On Employee Performance In Pt Buana Wirasubur Sakti 2021-07-30T05:06:20+00:00 Yovie Ernanda yoviernanda@yahoo.com Felica Potami yoviernanda@yahoo.com Sakinah Lubis yoviernanda@yahoo.com Yuliani yoviernanda@yahoo.com <p>This study aims to determine the effect of motivation on employee performance at PT. <br>Buana Wirasubur Sakti, to determine the influence of leadership on employee <br>performance at T. Buana Wirasubur Sakti, to determine the influence of organizational <br>culture on employee performance at PT. Buana Wirasubur Sakti, to determine the effect <br>of motivation, leadership and organizational culture on employee performance at pt. <br>the world of wirasubur magic. The population in this study are all employees of PT. <br>Buana Wirasubur Sakti numbered 75 people with a saturated sampling technique using <br>total sampling obtained a research sample of 75 people.<br>The results showed that partially and simultaneously motivation, leadership and <br>organizational culture had a positive and significant effect on the performance of PT. <br>Buana Wirasubur Sakti. The results of the regression calculation can be seen that the <br>coefficient of determination (R square) obtained is 0.492, this result means that 49.2% <br>of employee performance variables can be explained by motivation, leadership, <br>organizational culture variables, while the remaining 50.8% is explained by other <br>variables not examined.</p> 2021-07-25T13:15:18+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/183 The Effect Of Health, Education, Capital, Technology, Inflation, And Gross Of Regional Domestic Products On Poverty Level In North Maluku Province 2021-07-30T05:06:16+00:00 Tommy Kuncara tommy_kuncara@staff.gunadarma.ac.id Didin Mukodim tommy_kuncara@staff.gunadarma.ac.id Waseso Segoro tommy_kuncara@staff.gunadarma.ac.id <p><em>Poverty is a social problem that occurs due to various factors including economic, social and cultural. This problem continues to occur in almost every developing country and the same case is also found in countries that are already advanced in their economic systems. Currently in Indonesia, especially the problem of poverty is still concentrated in the eastern part of Indonesia, this is caused by uneven human development in terms of education, employment, infrastructure, and the economy. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of labor on the poverty level, the effect of capital on the poverty level, the effect of inflation on the poverty level, and the effect of gross regional domestic product on the poverty level. The object of research is the Province North Maluku. The data used in this research is secondary data. The data analysis method uses a panel data regression model with an estimated random effect model and a fixed effect model. Then the analysis technique used is the determination of the panel data estimation model, the classical assumption test, and the significance test. The results of this study indicate that the variable life expectancy which represents overall health has no effect on the level of poor people in North Maluku Province. The variable of Old School Expectation which represents education in general affects the level of poor people in does not affect the poverty level in North Maluku Province. The variable average length of schooling represents education in general that affects the level of the poor in North Maluku Province. Capital is divided into Capital Expenditure variables and KUR represents Capital. Capital Expenditure as a whole has an effect on the poverty level has no effect on the poverty level in North Maluku Province. KUR as a whole does not affect the poverty level does not affect the poverty level in North Maluku Province. The technology variable that represents technology as a whole affects the poverty rate does not affect the poverty rate in North Maluku Province. Inflation variable is inflation as a whole does not affect the poverty level also in North Maluku Province. The Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) variable represents the overall GRDP that affects the poverty level does not affect the poverty level in North Maluku Province.</em></p> 2021-07-28T22:22:51+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/295 The Effect of Financing and Operational Income on Profit Sharing Return on Mudharabah Deposits for Islamic Commercial Banks 2021-07-30T05:06:13+00:00 Faulia Anggeraini aulia86odonk@gmail.com Inda Arfa Syera aulia86odonk@gmail.com <p><em>The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of financing and operating income on the return for the results of mudharabah deposits in Islamic commercial banks. The stages of the research method used are the research approach, population and sample, operational definitions, types and sources of data, data collection techniques, data analysis, location and time of research as well as tools and materials. Based on the conclusions found in this study, there is a significant influence of financing variables and operating income variables on the return for the results of Islamic Commercial Bank mudharabah deposits, this is evidenced by the results of research conducted by researchers where the significance value (sig) of 0.001 is smaller than the probability of 0.05 , so it can be concluded that H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted, which means that there is an influence of financing and operating income on the return on profit sharing from mudharabah deposits of Islamic Commercial Banks.</em></p> 2021-07-28T22:43:32+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management