International Journal of Science, Technology & Management 2021-06-08T02:10:21+00:00 Arman Harahap 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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Valentino <p><em>The background of this research is to know the effectiveness of using QR codes for E-ticket payments in the ticket booking system in the transportation sector, by providing easy payments to the public, it will be able to facilitate ordering and payment of tickets, therefore it will be able to increase ticket sales. The research method used is to use the literature review method by reviewing many journals and finding the latest research problems so that the research carried out becomes renewable research and can solve the research problems raised. The problem raised in this study is by analyzing the effectiveness of using QR codes, data obtained from previous research studies, by conducting literature reviews, will be able to find problems and solutions from the research raised. This research will produce a system proposal that will make it easier for the public to use the ticket payment system, the use of QR codes will simplify transactions and speed up the payment process.</em></p> 2021-05-26T16:17:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Effect OfGoods Prices And Buyer Trust On The E-Commerce Sales System For Purchasing Goods Online 2021-05-28T16:23:59+00:00 Aloysius Rangga Aditya Nalendra Slamet Heri Winarno Agus Priadi Elpa Hermawan Martinus Wahyu Purnomo Arman Syah Putra <p><em>E-commerce is a payment system that is currently booming with e-commerce, so all sales systems that were offline go online and sales systems that were only in one region can be around the world without time limits and where development is compressed so high that it causes There are many changes from the traditional sales system to the internet. Therefore, this study will determine the effect of goods prices and buyer trust on the e-commerce sales system for purchasing goods online. The method used in this research is quantitative methods using a questionnaire that will be distributed in order to obtain data that can be used as research data so that the data can be used as a reference for current research and future research using the questionnaire method so that we will be able to get real data in the field because it is based on data directly obtained from e-commerce customers. The e-commerce system has begun to be developed in the 2000s but has not been used maximally but after the Covid 19 pandemic, now the e-commerce sales system has been very, very developed because of the limitations of the place and time of the Covid 19 pandemic resulting in the prohibition of physical contact. from sellers and buyers, therefore the e-commerce system speaks to the problems that already exist today with the existence of e-commerce so that sellers and buyers can still transact with online media. In this study will be able to produce data that can answer the problem in this research in this study will answer the problem of how the relationship between low prices and customer trust in the e-commerce sales system based on online shopping with online media, therefore this research will use quantitative methods. as an appropriate research method.</em></p> 2021-05-26T16:21:04+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Effect Of Self-Efficacy, Organizational Culture, Work Ethic And Job Satisfaction On The Teacher’s Performance Of Public Madrasah Aliyah In North Sumatra, Indonesia 2021-05-28T16:23:59+00:00 Muksin Batubara Zainuddin Yasaratado Wau Nasrun <p><em>The purpose of this study was to determine and study the teacher performance model of Madrasah Aliyah Negeri (MAN) which was built based on the associative causal relationship between exogenous variables and endogenous variables: (1) the effect of self-efficacy on teacher work ethics, (2) the influence of organizational culture on work ethics. , (3) the influence of self-efficacy on job satisfaction, (4) the influence of organizational culture on job satisfaction, (5) the effect of self-efficacy on teacher performance, (6) the influence of organizational culture on performance, (7) the effect of work ethic on performance, and (8) the effect of job satisfaction on teacher performance. The methods used to achieve the objectives of this study are survey, sampling and quantitative methods. The population of this research is MAN teachers in North Sumatra Province, amounting to 1177 teachers (sampling frame) and involving 298 respondents (proportional random sampling). This research is also classified as an explanatory study which explains that to determine the magnitude of the influence of a variable with other variables, both direct and indirect effects can be used path analysis. The results of this study are (1) self-efficacy has a positive direct effect on work ethic, (2) organizational culture has a positive direct effect on work ethic, (3) self-efficacy has a positive direct effect on job satisfaction, (4) organizational culture has a positive direct effect on satisfaction. work, (5) self-efficacy has a positive direct effect on teacher performance, (6) organizational culture has a positive direct effect on performance, (7) work ethic has a positive direct effect on performance, and (8) job satisfaction has a positive direct effect on the performance of MAN teachers in North Sumatra. Overall, the perfect fit model has been tested, a model of MAN teacher performance improvement which is proportionally influenced directly and indirectly by job satisfaction, work ethic, self-efficacy, and MAN organizational culture.</em></p> 2021-05-26T16:36:58+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Constructivist Didactics Of Leadership Management In The Covid 19 Pandemic Era To Improve Work Communication In Educational Institution 2021-06-01T16:18:10+00:00 Zahdi Sulthan Syahril Subandi Ida Umami Siti Patimah Koderi <h1>World Bank mentioned that the COVID-19 pandemic is threatening and has<br>great potential to make education worse. The pandemic has had a huge<br>impact on education by closing schools. However, in overcoming this<br>disruption, crises can become opportunities. The first step to successfully<br>addressing school closures by protecting health and safety is to prevent<br>students from losing their learning using distance learning. At the same time,<br>countries need to start planning for school reopening. That means<br>preventing dropouts, ensuring healthy school conditions, and using new<br>techniques to promote rapid learning recovery in key areas once students<br>return to school. The purpose of this study was to analyze the leadership<br>management in the COVID-19 pandemic era to improve workplace<br>communication. This study used the qualitative case study method. The<br>instruments used were observation, interview, and documentation.</h1> 2021-05-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Adoption Levels Against Farmer Cultivation Technology Soybean (Glycine Max L) On the Influence of Socio-economic foundation in the District of South Kualuh North Labuhan Batu Regency 2021-05-28T16:23:59+00:00 Arman Iman Harahap FS <h1>In running a farming business in an agricultural production organization, farmers as actors and implementers carry out organizing agricultural cultivation, labor, and capital aimed at production in the agricultural field, whether based on profit or not. Cultivation of soybean (Glycine max L.) is the main commodity of legumes which is a national mainstay because the source of vegetable protein is important for food diversification in supporting national food security. Many factors influence farmers in farming, especially in terms of prioritizing optimal production results, including economic factors with capital control so that the expectation of greater profits from farming will be chosen when compared to other forms of farming. The research objective was to determine the level of farmer adoption of soybean cultivation technology and to determine the socio-economic effect of farmers on soybean cultivation technology in Sidua Dua Village, Kualuh Selatan District, North Labuhanbatu Regency. This research uses descriptive or quantitative methods by conducting survey methods. From the results of the study, it was found that the Farmer's Adoption Rate of Soybean Cultivation Technology (<em>Glycine Max</em> L) on the Influence of Socio-Economic Aspects in Kualuh Selatan District, North Labuhanbatu Regency was classified as moderate, soybean cultivation had not followed all the components of cultivation technology recommended by Field Agricultural Instructor and the level of adoption of soybean cultivation in Sidodadi village is influenced by age, level of education, length of farming, frequency of attending counseling.</h1> 2021-05-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Effect Of Organization Culture, Rewards, Job Satisfaction And Job Stress On Lecturer’s Performance At UIN Ar-Raniry anda Aceh 2021-05-28T16:23:59+00:00 Iis Marsithah Benyamin Nasrun <p><em>The purpose of this study was to find out and examine: (1) the</em> <em>lecturer’s performance model</em> <em>built on associative causal relationships between exogenous variables and endogenous variables, (2) the effect of organizational culture</em> <em>to</em> <em>job satisfaction, (3) the effect of rewards</em> <em>to</em> <em>job satisfaction, (4) the effect of organizational culture</em> <em>to</em> <em>job</em> <em>stress, (5) the effect of rewards</em> <em>to</em> <em>job stress,(6) the effect of organizational culture to</em> <em>lecturer’s performance, (7) the effect of rewards</em> <em>to</em> <em>lecturer’s performance,</em> <em>(8) the effect of</em> <em>job satisfaction</em> <em>to</em> <em>lecturers performance, and</em><em>, </em><em>(9) the effect of job stress</em> <em>to</em> <em>lecturers performance.</em> <em>The population is all lecturer as many as 486 people. The research sample of 219 people was determined by the Slovin formula. Data collection is done by using a questionnaire with five answer choices. The sampling technique were used proportional random sampling. The instruments were used first tried out to respondent outside the sample to obtain validity and reliability instruments. Validity test uses Product Moment correlation, while to test its reliability with Alpha formula from Cronbach. Before testing the hypothesis, especially before the test is calculated, the requirements of the analysis include: normality data test and regression linearity test.The results showed (1) Obtained the lecturer’s performance model</em> <em>UIN Ar-Raniry Banda Aceh, (2) there is positive direct effect of organizational culture to job satisfaction</em> <em>1,9%, (3) there is positive direct effect of rewards to job satisfaction</em> <em>1,9%, (4) there is negative</em> <em>direct effect of organizational culture to job stres11,2%, (5) there is negative</em> <em>direct effect of rewards to job stress</em> <em>2%, (6) there is positive direct effect of</em> <em>organizational culture to</em> <em>lecturer’s performance</em> <em>7,9% include indirect effect through job satisfaction</em> <em>0,6% and job stress 1,8%, (7) there is positive direct effect of rewards to</em> <em>lecturer’s performance</em> <em>2,8%</em> <em>&nbsp;include indirect effect through job satisfaction</em> <em>0,4% and job stress 0,7%,(8) there is positive direct effect of job satisfaction</em> <em>to</em> <em>lecturer’s performance 1,5%</em><em>, </em><em>and</em> <em>(9) there is positive direct effect of job stress</em> <em>to</em> <em>lecturer’s performance</em> <em>3%.Based on the acceptance of the research hypothesis, it is found a fixed model that describes the structure of causal relationships between organizational culture, rewards, job satisfaction, job stress</em> <em>and lecturer’s performance at UIN Ar-Raniry Banda Aceh. The organizational behavior has bigger influence than the other variable to lecturer’s performance. The next variable was job stress, rewards, and job satisfaction has lowest influence than the other variable to lecturer’s performance. </em></p> 2021-05-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Level Of Education Is Able To Determine The Behavior Of The Use Masks As A Prevention Of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in the City of Batam Kepulauan Riau 2021-05-30T02:54:04+00:00 Victor E. D Palapessy Muhammad Rakib Latuconsina Sahrir Sillehu <p><em>Cases of covid-19 in Indonesia, first appeared on June 02 March 2020 as much as 2 cases. In May 2020, the number of deaths is still rising despite also cure the patient. Until September 11, 2020, the case of positive covid-19 increased by as much as 3.737. So a total of 210.940 people. While for the case of recovery, there are the addition of as much as 2.707 the person bringing the total to 150.217 people. Then for patients who died increased to 88 people so that the total of patients who died 8.544 people (Compass, 2020). One way the most easy to do to prevent the virus's spread in the community is to use a mask, but still often seen there are some people who go without using a mask. The purpose of this study is to determine the influence of age, gender, education, employment status, type of mask of the behavior of the use of masks as a prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 in the City of Batam. This Research is a quantitative research, using the approach of the study cross sectional. The sample in this study as many as 100 respondents. The instrument used was a questionnaire. Data analysis in this study using SEM PLS. The results of the research showed that gender, type of mask, education, employment status and age have a positive and significant impact on the behavior of use of the mask. The variables that most influence the variable behavior of the use of the mask that the education variable (0,316), employment status (0,275), age (0,216), gender (0,212), and the type of mask (to 0.149). Education last owned by a person can affect the behavior of existing in itself, in this case associated with the use of the mask.</em></p> 2021-05-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Effect of Local Tax Policy Implementation on Increase in Regional Tax Revenues through Employee Performance Padang Lawas Regency 2021-05-28T16:24:00+00:00 Revy Zunitha Nasution Erlina H.B Tarmizi <p><em>Tax is a citizen's obligation which is a form of service to the state whose reciprocity is not directly felt by taxpayers who are dynamic and follows the development of the country's social and economic life. The role of tax is very important as one of the backbones of state revenue, namely the source of government funds to carry out development both the central and local governments. Employee performance in carrying out their duties also plays an important role in efforts to implement local tax policies. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of implementing regional tax policies on increasing local tax revenue and to analyze the effect of implementing local tax policies through the performance of Padang Lawas Regency employees. The sample in this study was 50 employees of the Regional Revenue Agency of Padang Lawas Regency. The instrument used was a demographic data questionnaire, policy implementation, tax revenue, and employee performance. The method used in this research is a statistical quantitative approach research method with path analysis. The result showed that there was a significant influence between the implementation of regional tax policies on increasing local tax revenue through the performance of Padang Lawas Regency employees of Padang Lawas Regency.</em></p> 2021-05-26T16:57:03+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Contribution core stability and strength to the performance athlete Slalom Number Water Ski in terms of gender Characteristics 2021-05-28T16:24:00+00:00 Uzizatun Maslikah Fahmy Fachrezzy Haris Nugroho <p><em>The purpose of this study is to find out the contribution of core stability and strength to the performance athletes slalom number Water Ski in Jakarta in terms of gender characteristics. This research is a &nbsp;survey study using correlational design, &nbsp;&nbsp;while this study was conducted in lake Sunter &nbsp;Jakarta with a sample number of &nbsp;15 &nbsp;male athletes slalom number water ski. This research instrument uses core stability and strength tests and measurements.&nbsp; For core stability use the ability to fight prisoners' lumbar-pelvic-hip muscles and to strength using tests sit_up and Push ups for &nbsp;60 &nbsp;seconds. The data analysis in this study uses descriptive analysis and inferential analysis.&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Descriptive analysis aims to obtain average values,standard deviations, minimum values, and maximum values,&nbsp; while for inferential analysis using simple regression and multiple regression at a significant level &nbsp;α=0.05 &nbsp;overall data analysis using &nbsp;SPSS &nbsp;version &nbsp;23. The results of this study show that:(1) there is a &nbsp;contribution of core stability to the performance of male athletes; &nbsp;(2) &nbsp;there is a core stability contribution to the performance of male athletes, and (3) there is a&nbsp; &nbsp;simultaneous contribution of core stability strength to the performance of male athletes slalom number Water Ski in the Jakarta. However, this study only involved a few physical components, for further research to consider the social environment, &nbsp;&nbsp;psychology athletes, and those associated with improving the performance of athletes athlete reviewed from gender.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Knowledge Management To Improve Local Government Services 2021-05-28T16:24:00+00:00 Anwar Sadat <p><em>This study aimed to improve the service of local governments in combining existing knowledge in an organization so that it can create, collect, maintain and manage employee knowledge and performance through the mastery of knowledge by all members. When knowledge sharing has been successfully applicated in ensuring the services survived in which each apparatus can synergy to achieve better performance to achieve common goals. employees in the Regional Government experience high mobility between agencies in the regions with various basic tasks and functions. Therefore, we need a high adaptability by an employee to be able to carry out tasks in a new place as quickly as possible. This condition results in an agency that is very important to manage its resources in order to support every employee (HR) possessed to carry out their duties properly even though the employee concerned has just entered his institution. This is where the importance of knowledge management or knowlegde management can be felt to keep the organization moving forward despite facing various situations that affect the performance of achieving organizational goals. This study uses a qualitative approach to the type of instrumental case study research. The location of the study was conducted at the Baubau City Regional Secretariat. Data collection techniques used, namely: in-depth interviews, document studies and observations. The results showed that Knowledge Management is an effort to improve the performance capabilities of local government apparatus services in managing their intellectual assets, in the form of existing knowledge and experience. The aim is to utilize these assets to achieve better service performance to accelerate the achievement of the objectives implemented in accordance with bureaucratic reform</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:36:21+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Influence of Leadership Style, Work Motivation, and Work Stress on Performance 2021-05-28T16:42:38+00:00 Yuli Wahyuningsih Budi Eko Soetjipto Nurika Restuningdiah Syihabudhin <p><em>Human resources are the most important asset in a company or organization because of their role as the subject of implementing policies and operational activities of the organization. The purpose of this study is to describe the leadership style, motivation, and work stress on employee performance. The population in this study amounted to 30 respondents to the service employees at the hospital. Data collection techniques used were distributing questionnaires and interviews. The analytical tool in this study with a description of the analysis and multiple linear regression. The results showed that leadership style affected employee performance, work motivation affected employee performance, and job stress affected employee performance. The result of the coefficient of determination is 0.749. Therefore, employee performance is influenced by the variable leadership style, motivation, and work stress by 74.9%. Meanwhile, the remaining 25.1% is influenced by other variables not included in the research model. Multiple correlation coefficient (R) (multiple correlations) describes the strength of the relationship between variables. In this study, this value was 0.866. This means that the relationship between all independent variables and the dependent variable is a very close relationship</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Green Buying Behavior Using Theory of TPB in Online Shop in Medan City 2021-05-28T16:24:00+00:00 Eka Dewi Setia Tarigan Yuni Syah Putri Hesti Sabrina <p><em>Awareness of environmental responsibility in order to build a sustainable business makes marketers realize the importance of nurturing green consumers. The community now realizes the importance of green purchasing behavior in order to realize responsible behavior to preserve the environment. In this new normal era, people also purchase green products online. The research uses the TPB (Theory of Planned Behavior) theory proposed by Ajzen. This study discusses how the behavior of green online shop consumers in Medan city. The variables in this study are green consumer behavior. variable attitude, subjective norm and perceived behavior control. In the new normal era, the questionnaire was distributed and answered via google form to 100 respondents. From the processing of multiple linear regression analysis, it was found that the variable attitude and subjective norm had a positive and significant effect on green consumer behavior, and the variable perceived behavior control had no effect on green consumer behavior on online shops in Medan.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:43:44+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Framing Improvement of Emergency Services RSKJ Soeprapto Hospital with Lean and WAM Modification 2021-05-28T17:03:13+00:00 Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi Ade Heryana Fori Yumita Mulyo Wiharto Lia Amalia <p><em>The present study reports the first comprehensive research on covid19 emergency services model. Healthcare services inside hospitals during pandemic can apply the Lean Hospital and Waste Assessment Model (WAM) modification, which is a new method that can be used to identify waste in the hospital service process flow and operational of emergency service. The purpose of this study is to provide recommendations for improving emergency services in the covid19 era. The method used in this research is a descriptive qualitative analysis carried out through observing the service flow of patients who will be hospitalized from the emergency, confirming the service flow by in-depth interviews and looking at secondary data and giving a questionnaire on a modification of eight waste relationship at 15 persons expert who understands the emergency service process. The results showed that the critical waste of emergency services at RSKJ Soeprapto hospital is a waste of human skills of 17.5%. The reasons for the emergence above are because the covid19 team has not yet been formed, the absence of special officers to conduct primary triage before the patient enters the emergency unit, and many officers who do not understand the flow of emergency services in the covid19 pandemic era. In order to improve hospital services in the future, it is necessary to form a covid19 team, to develop a standard emergency service guide, to conduct continuous socialization to all the hospital staff through education and training programs, which are recommendations for improving emergency services at RSKJ Soeprapto Hospital Bengkulu in the pandemic era and new normal preparation.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Implementation Of E - Commerce Entrepreneurs Craftsmen Crocodile Skin: (Case Study Daniel Skin) 2021-05-28T16:24:00+00:00 Selfina Pare <p><em>The implementation of E-Commerce Entrepreneurs Craftsmen Crocodile Skin ( Case Study Daniel the Skin) is Used as a means of supporting the business processes that occur on Daniel's Skin which is not yet using the internet media. During this time Daniel Skin Merauke only promote their business place with the print media, radio, and business cards. Daniel skin not promote products through the internet so that the scope of marketing its products has not been extensive, in addition, the sales process is still using a manual system the customer where the consumer has to come to Daniel's skin to conduct a transaction. Daniel Skin needs an E-Commerce application that is able to help to promote their products, and make the process a transaction become more varied, as well as help make the reporting sales of more detailed, so that the productivity of Daniel the Skin can be maximized. Metrode used in this study is the Waterfall method. Applications created with Tools or software support such as Dreamweaver,PHP,Database MySQL And CSS Photoshop. The results of the research and testing of the system performed as a supporting media to help Daniel Skin to maximize the sales of their products and help increase the turnover of their income.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:53:35+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Geographic Information Systems Practice Midwife In Merauke Regency Android-Based Method Using Spherical Law of Cosines 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Tatik Melinda Tallulembang <p><em>Health is a resource for the daily life of the community. Because without health, a person can not run the activity with the good. To that end, the society can not be separated from the figure of health that play a role in manifesting the life of a healthy society as a midwife. One of the reasons people really need a midwife is the cost of the examination or the cost of labor is affordable. Therefore, it is needed a Geographic Information System Midwife Practice in Merauke Regency Android-Based Method Using Spherical Law of Cosines can help and facilitate user to search, and know the location of the midwife practice and service information available at the place of such practices as well as the closest distance to the user. Geographic Information system Midwife Practice in Merauke Regency Android Based on the design by using Eclipse with the java programming language, and using a MySQL database. The method used to search the nearest distance of the user with the location of the midwife practice using the method of Spherical Law of Cosines, and the method of testing using the method of blackbox and questionnaires. The result of this research is to produce a geographic information system application based on android to handle mapping the location of the midwife practice as well as data information midwife online which is accessible to the public in Merauke Regency.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:58:12+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Competency Assessment Model for Public Transport Drivers based on the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI) uses Analytical Hierarchy Process 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Nur Kumala Dewi <p><em>This driver behavior assessment model discusses the expertise of public transport drivers based on the national Work Qualification with graduate competency standards (SKL). Graduate competency standards have parameters, namely competence, competency elements and graduation indicators. From these three parameters, the competency unit is abbreviated as UK, the competency element is abbreviated as EK, and the graduation indicator is abbreviated as IK. Assessment of the first competency unit is upon attitudes and values, the second competency unit is upon the ability in the field of work, the third competency unit isupon the area of ​​knowledge mastered and the fourth competency unit is upon the rights and responsibilities. The first competency unit has 6 competency elements and 6 graduation indicators, the second competency unit has 27 competency elements and 41 graduation indicators, the third competency unit has 6 competencies and 11 graduation indicators, the fourth competency unit has 2 competency elements and 4 graduation indicators. The first unit is abbreviated as UK1, the first competency element is abbreviated as EK1, while for the first indicator of graduation is abbreviated as IK1. The combination of UK1, EK1 and IK1 becomes UK1EK1. The combination of the first competency unit becomes the first competency element and combined to become the first graduation indicator then becomes UK1IK1, and so do the next competency unit up to the fourth competency unit. The completion stages of this discussion is carried out in four steps, namely problem identification, model design, implementation and system evaluation. The calculation process uses Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP).</em></p> 2021-05-27T01:01:30+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Technological developments in the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Rachmat Suryadithia Muhammad Faisal Arman Syah Putra Nurul Aisyah <p><em>The background of this research is to want to know the technological developments that exist in the intelligent transportation system, by knowing the developments it will be able to add to the repertoire of research and deepen similar research. The method used in this research is to conduct a literature review, by reading many journals that can be the basis for this research, reading will be able to develop the problems that have been researched. The problem raised in this research is wanting to know technological developments in the smart transportation system and making one example of a system that will be developed in smart transportation. This research will produce technological technologies that can be developed in smart transportation systems, and provide examples of research that can be developed on smart transportation systems.</em></p> 2021-05-27T01:05:32+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Effect of Effectiveness and Trust on the Use of Village Financial Systems on Village Government Performance 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Wildoms Sahusilawane <p>This study aims to determine the effect of effectiveness and trust in using the village financial system on village governments' performance in Maluku Province. This study's population is the village government apparatus consisting of the Village Head or Country, Village Secretary, village financial system users, amounting to 63 respondents; this study's sampling method is non-probability, namely purposive sampling. Primary data in this study include respondents' answers through questionnaires. The collected questionnaires using multiple correlations and regressions analysis, including descriptive statistics, reliability tests, validity tests, and classical assumptions, including multicollinearity tests and hypothesis testing and discussion. The F test analysis results show that the effectiveness and trust variables together have a positive and significant effect on the village government's performance. Based on empirical evidence with t-test or partial with multiple regression models, there is a positive and significant influence between the variables of effectiveness with the village government's performance and confidence in the village government's performance.</p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Analysis of Traffic Accident Charachteristic In Rimbo Panjang-Bangkinang Road, Kampar District, Riau Province 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Abdul Kudus Zaini Said Muhammad Fuad Hasyim <p><em>Kampar is a district in Riau Province which has 841.332 people. (BPS : 2019). As long as the society’s growth over Kampar District, the need of transportation system is also increased, which makes accidents number increased every year. By the term of condition, some handling operations are needed to know the capacity and rank of accident-prone areas to reduce traffic accidents. This study used secondary data from local police agency by accidents data from 214-2018. Data were analyzed to count the accident-prone areas. The total numbers of accident rate was on Jalan Rimbo Panjang-Bangkinang&nbsp; with the total 53 accidents. There were 99 victims of whom 18 people wee died, 32 people were seriously injured and 49 were slightly injured. It observed by Blacks Spot and Black Site methods. Based on Accident rate, roads on Rimbo Panjang-Bangkinang were identify by Accident Rate 0,399. Sei Tiarap-Kampar Village on Accident Rate 0,233 and Penyesawan Village – Air Tiris by Accident Rate 0,233 And Clack Site&nbsp; 0,133 for Padang Mutung-Village-Penyesawan Village. 0,116 for Sei Tiarap – Kampar Village and 0,033 for Penyesawan-Air Tiris.&nbsp; The conclusion is there are three accident-prone areas from thirteen locations, which makes handling and addition of facilities and infrastructure should be done, as well as development of traffic discipline of road users. </em></p> 2021-05-27T01:11:30+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Influence IT Governance Mechanism on Effectiveness ITG and IT Performance: A Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling Approach (PLS-SEM) 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Anwar Fattah Hoga Saragih Titik Khawa Abdul Rahman Resad Setyadi <p><em>This article presents raw inferential statistical data that determine the IT Governance effectiveness on the IT Performance.To identify influence mechanism Information Technology Governance (ITG) on Effectiveness ITG and IT Performance.Data were collected from respondents in all regions of Indonesia. Quantitative research methods are used to analyze data. The structured questionnaire was distributed to respondents in all regions of Indonesia who understood the field of IT Governance in Higher University whose reliability and validity were confirmed. Structural equation modeling (SEM) using Smart PLS software, version 3, is used to present data. SEM path analysis shows an estimate of the relationship of the main constructs in the data The results obtained from this dataset shows positive relationship between mechanism Structure, Process and Relation to IT Governance effectiveness, consciousness also has a significant influence on the IT Performance and positive relationship between IT Governance effectiveness and IT Performance. However, mechanism structure and process has proven to have a negative and insignificant influence on the IT Performance Effective IT governance related to mechanism ITG and IT Performance level of unit analysis. One of the more significant findings to emerge from this study is that evaluate the mechanism ITG impact to effective IT governance that focus on higher education institution (HEI). This study already examines a validation of evaluation model and collecting data in particular higher education institution (HEI) as a single case study.</em></p> 2021-05-27T01:14:03+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The SME Condition During Covid 19 Pandemic: Financial And Business Overview 2021-05-29T02:50:26+00:00 Khalisa Rahmina Suryani Rizka Zulfikar Aida Vitria <p>The Covid-19 outbreak has become a global problem and has caused economic<br>problems in various sectors including the SME sector. This research was conducted<br>to examine the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the business conditions of SMEs<br>which later can be used by policy makers in determining the right actions to<br>overcome financial problems in the SME sector.<br>This research was conducted in the province of South Kalimantan using primary<br>data. Sampling was done by purposive sampling with an instrument in the form of a<br>questionnaire. This study used a sample of 233 respondents. The data analysis<br>technique was performed using the analysis of the validity and reliability of the<br>instrument and quantitative descriptive analysis to describe the financial conditions<br>of SMEs and the affected business / corporate sectors. The results of this study found<br>that (1) There was a significant difference to the financial condition of SMEs before<br>and after the pandemic, where there was a decrease in gross income (-41.6%) and<br>the level of profit in the SME sector (-62.8%) in general (2) Some of the impacts of<br>the Covid Pandemic -19 regarding the business conditions of SMEs, namely (a)<br>there are still many SMEs that have not been able to sell online, (b) there has been<br>an increase in raw materials, (c) the majority of SMEs have difficulty obtaining raw<br>materials, (d) there is a decrease in motivation and work productivity which is<br>significant, (e) there are still many SMEs that experience a shortage of cash and<br>many SMEs are in arrears of liabilities, (f) but the majority of SMEs still believe<br>they will survive and pass the pandemic.</p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Improve Consumer Purchasing Decisions Through Quality of Service, Promotion And Quality of Information At PT. Ng Tech Supplies 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Septa Diana Nabella <p><em>The main objective of this research is to analyze the influence of service quality, promotion and information</em> <em>quality on customer purchasing decisions at PT. Ng Tech Supplies. This research is causal </em><em>research </em><em>(cause-effect</em><em> research</em><em>) . The population and sample in this study were 164 regular customers during January 2019 to July 2019</em><em> period</em><em>. The sampling technique that the researcher used in this study was the simple random sampling technique. So that the sample in this study </em><em>was</em><em> 116 respondents. The results showed that partially service quality and information quality variables had a significant effect on customer purchasing decisions at PT. Ng Tech Supplies. Meanwhile, promotion has no effect on customer purchasing decisions at PT. Ng Tech Supplies.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Comparative Analysis of Financial Performance Upon Automotive Companies Registered in BEI 2021-05-28T16:40:51+00:00 Ninik Mas'adah Ira Megasyara Amrizal Imawan Rizky Wahyudha Rosiawan <p><em>This research was conducted to determine the financial performance of automotive companies listed on the IDX for the period 2012 to 2015. This type of research is a quantitative descriptive study, with a total population of 13 companies and a sample of 6 automotive companies that have been selected from the population with using purposive sampling method. The data analysis method used is a comparison method consisting of a cross sectional approach and time series analysis. The results show that the results of calculations using the cross-sectional approach, automotive companies in Indonesia for the 2012-2015 period experienced fluctuations and experienced a decline in the industry average at the end of 2015 and many automotive companies were in unhealthy condition in the 2012-2015 period. Based on the results of time series analysis of automotive companies in 2012-2015, it is known that the Total Assets Turn Over has decreased, the results on Net Profit Margin have decreased, the results on the current ratio have decreased, the result of the leverage ratio has increased. The management of automotive companies in Indonesia needs to increase investment in assets, because if the level of liquidity is high but the investment in assets is small, the money or cash available will only be stored and have less value for the company.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Effect Of Leadership In Education Administrative Learning And Knowledge On Organization Commitments Of Early Children Education Unit In Medan City 2021-05-28T16:24:01+00:00 Kristianus Benyamin Paningkat <p><em>Along with the transition from the New order era to the Reformation era, the central government is committed to providing regional autonomy to district and city governments to manage regional potential, including the potential for education. After the central government gave regional autonomy to district and city governments, the Medan City Government gave autonomy to the head of the Early Childhood Education unit to manage the potential of Early Childhood Education to the maximum, but in reality the management was not optimal.</em><em> The purpose of this study is to find a model of organizational commitment and to determine the influence between research variables. This research method is a quantitative research method using a survey approach. The study population was 750 people and the sample of this study was 238 people with an error rate of 5%. Sampling is non-probability sampling with a purposive sampling technique based on the provisions of the sample from the population developed by Isaac and Michael. The data collection technique for this research is a questionnaire instrument using a Likert scale and a test instrument using Merriam Webster's New Collegiate Distionary technique. The results of the descriptive analysis show that 235 or 98.74% of the Educational Administrative Knowledge variable tends to be in the low category, while the other variables tend to be in the high category. Furthermore, the results of the calculation of the total direct effect show that the Educational Administrative Knowledge variable on the Organizational Commitment variable is 0.2642 or 26.42%, while the total effect of other variables is low. Furthermore, the direct and indirect proportional, sporious and unanalyzed effect caused by these three variables is 66.02% and the influence of other variables is 33.98%. Furthermore, the research results of the path coefficient test show that all the path diagram coefficients are significant. Furthermore, the results of model testing indicate that the proposed model is fit with empirical data. Therefore, based on the results of this study it is suggested that the Head of the Medan City Education Office can apply this model so that 66.02% of the organizational commitment of the head of the Children's Education unit can be maximally realized.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Managerial Ownership, Financial Performance and Firm Value: Evidence from Consumers Goods Company Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange 2021-05-29T02:58:34+00:00 Muthia Harnida Rizka Zulfikar Siti Mardah Dian Titania Rahman <p><em>The research about the impact of financial performance on firm value has become great attention to financial issues in various researches. Financial performance provides information needed by investors. Firm value is used to reflect the real value of the company more realistically by considering the concept of market value. The investors need the actual value of the firm to be a factor to consider for them to invest. This research is aimed at examining the impact of the financial performance of profitability, liquidity, leverage, and activity ratio. We also examine if there were managerial ownership effects the relationship among those financial performances on the firm value using the proxy of Tobin's Q. The sample used is the Consumers Goods Companies which listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the period from 2015 to 2019. We used purposive sampling for obtaining 70 observations. We analyzed data using multiple linier regression, and moderated- regression analysis. The study indicates that profitability and leverage statistically affect the firm value. But, the liquidity and activity ratio with the proxy of total asset turnover has no significant impact on firm value. Other result were the moderation has significant effect of managerial ownership strengthens the relationship of debt to equity ratio and total assets turnover.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Influence Of Organization Culture And Commitment Mediated By Motivation To Career Development Of School Administrative Staff In The South Tangerang Regional 2021-05-28T16:24:02+00:00 Hery Winoto Tj <p><em>One form of organizational responsibility is in terms of advancing and developing the career of its employees. In educational institutions such as schools, the administrative staff is tasked with maintaining the academic administrative process so that the academic process can run smoothly. This is inseparable from the quality of human resources possessed by schools that have good quality, motivation, and commitment to the institution where they work. Employee career development is one form of rights that quality employees have, this aspect is important because it can provide opportunities for employees and support their welfare.This study aimed to determine organizational culture and commitment mediated by motivation for school administration staff's career development in the South Tangerang Region. Using the purposive sampling technique in this study's data collection, the respondents were administrative staff from schools in the South Tangerang region with 100 respondents. The analysis uses Structural Equation Modeling testing through SmartPLS. The results showed that motivation has a role in mediating the relationship between organizational culture and employee commitment to school administration staff' career development in South Tangerang Region.</em></p> 2021-05-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Economic Development Impact To Environment Quality : Kuznet’s Curve Hyphothesis and Non Linier Regression Approach 2021-05-28T16:24:02+00:00 Rizka Zulfikar Farida Yulianti Teguh Wicaksono Prihatini Ade Mayvita <p>This study aims was to identify impact of economic development factors to the the environment quality by using Kuznet's Curve Hyphotesis and non linear regression.&nbsp; The determinants studied are indicators of economic development such as Gross Domestic Regional Income (GDRI) of the industrial sector, mining sector, agricultural/plantation /forestry/fishery/livestock sectors, poverty, unemployment and human development index (HDI).&nbsp; While the environmental quality indicators used are Water Quality Index (WQI), Air Quality Index (AQI) and Land Cover Quality Index (LCQI).&nbsp; The data used is secondary data from the Department of Environment, the Department of Energy and Mineral Resources, &nbsp;and also the Central Bureau of Statistics of South Kalimantan Province.&nbsp; Secondary data types used include WQI, AQI, LCQI, GDRI, poverty, unemployment and HDI data for the period 2006 – 2020.</p> <p>The method used in this study is descriptive quantitatively using Kuznet's Curve hypothesis and non linear regression.&nbsp;&nbsp; The final results obtained from this study include (1) The influence of economic development indicators on environmental quality is in accordance with Kuznet's Curve hypothesis and shows non-linear relationships. (2) Only the unemployment indicator is not identified non-linearly due to the adjusted value of R Square &lt; 0 and the significance of the &gt; 0.05.</p> 2021-05-28T01:17:17+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Moderating Effect of Job Satisfaction to Work Motivation and Employees’ Performance 2021-05-28T16:36:11+00:00 Abdul Majid Mega Barokatul Fajri Elvina Assadam Devi Febrianti <p><em>Work satisfaction and motivation have been believed to directly connect to employee performance. These two indicators are potential to either decrease or increase the level of performance, how many items an employee can meet in an accordance with company terms. Employee with well-satisfaction may be motivated to show up their maximum performance while working, which consequently increase company performance or organization after all. This study aims to analyze job satisfaction in moderating the effect of work motivation on employee performance. This research uses a quantitative research approach by means of a survey research. The population of this study were all employees of Hotel Paradise Batu, so that the sampling used total sampling technique. Descriptive data and moderated regression were used as data analysis. The results show that work motivation has an effect on employee performance, work motivation and satisfaction have a positive and significant effect on employee performance, and job satisfaction moderates the interaction of work motivation and employee performance</em></p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention: The Moderating Effect of Organizational Commitment 2021-05-28T16:38:30+00:00 Erna Nur Faizah Adi Lukman Hakim Suryani Yuli Astuti <p><em>Profit organizations or companies engaging in the business world are always triggered to create changes in a wide range of aspects, including managerial policies. It is geared to maintain the organizational sustainability and progress. It is also expected that every change can be favorable in producing organizational effectivity and efficiency at once. The present study examines the moderating effect of organizational commitment on the influence of job satisfaction and turnover intention at PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia, particularly at the Pontianak branch office in West Kalimantan.&nbsp; A survey is conducted on 30 respondents - the employees of the bank, who are requested voluntarily to fill out the Likert – scale questionnaire. The data is analyzed using a moderate regression and descriptive analysis. The finding reveals that organizational commitment has been identified as a moderator on job satisfaction and turnover intention for the employees of PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia in the Pontianak branch office.</em></p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Potential Of Internationalization Of Small And Medium Micro Enterprises In SAWO Leather Crafts, Magetan District, East Java, Indonesia 2021-05-28T16:24:02+00:00 Hari Purwanto <p><em>The Magetan leather handicraft business is one of the long-established and surviving SMEs and contributes to the creation of employment and income for the community. Currently, the marketing of leather handicraft products is still limited to meeting local and national needs so that limited market demand makes leather handicraft difficult to develop. Globalization and increasingly advanced information technology have become opportunities for the Magetanleathercraft industry to penetrate the international market, however, various obstacles arise considering that penetrating the global market is not easy for small businesses that have many limitations. The purpose of this case study is to examine the opportunities and obstacles of the Magetan leather handicraft business to penetrate the international market. This research approach is qualitative with case studies.owner of leather handicraft, owner of leathercraft marketing shop, the buyer of leathercraft, an employee of leathercraft. Data analysis includes (1) data collection (2) data display (3) data reduction and (4) conclusions.</em>[1]<em>The results showed that there were obstacles to the internationalization of the Magetan leather handicraft business, namely complicated international trade procedures for SMEs, No marketing channels abroad for SMEs, Limited SME resources. The solution that can be offered from this problem is not to let SMEs directly penetrate the global market independently given the limitations they have, but by providing a mediator that can bridge SMEs with foreign consumers with a Marketplace, Exporters, or Cooperatives.</em></p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Internationalization, Digitalization And Sustainability Development UMKM Woven Bag Products In Ngawi District 2021-05-28T16:24:03+00:00 Heny Sidanti <p><em>In times like this, MSMEs have a lot of limitations in developing the business of Internationalization, Digitalization and Sustainability even though MSME players have developed internationalization by serving domestic and foreign demand as has been done by MSMEs woven bag products in Kab. Ngawi. The purpose of this study was to determine the strategies that have been carried out by the woven bag UMKM actors in the district. Ngawi in the development of internationalization, digitization, and sustainability which may not be done by other MSME actors sometimes.This study finds that in carrying out international development, product innovations are needed especially during the current Covid-19 pandemic to be able to help the continuity of a company or MSME business, as well as the role of digitalization which is a very vital technology that must be applied every time it does development through social media such as Facebook, IG, WA, Promotion, and others, as well as the sustainability of a relationship in doing business and products, must be maintained.</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:29:02+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Classification of Teachers and Lecturers Engagement on Webinar during the Pandemic using the Utilization of Big Data 2021-05-28T16:24:03+00:00 Ida Afriliana Nurohim <p><em>The Pandemic had a big impact on education in Indonesia and also in the world. In early 2020, during this pandemic, face-to-face meetings have turned into virtual or online meetings for both the learning process and seminars or workshops. The rapid development of technology supports this change in the world of education, this can be seen from the number of online seminars conducted to improve the competence of lecturers or teachers. The development of this online seminar allows the circulation of information that is increasingly large, fast, and almost unlimited by time and space. This causes a large amount of information to be scattered in the virtual world in various fields. With this very fast information technology, trillions of bytes of data are created every day from various sources such as on social media, especially those related to applications that are often used in website-based seminar media. This is called unstructured big data. In this study, big data will be implemented to classify educators' engagement of online seminar participants during a</em><em>n</em><em> early pandemic. The activity stages in big data management and data processing support are acquired, accessed, analytical, and applied. The method for this study is the Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS)</em> <em>to classify the engagement </em><em>of </em><em>teachers </em><em>and </em><em>&nbsp;lecturers a</em><em>n</em><em> online seminar. &nbsp;The results of the training error obtained from ANFIS are 0.273482 with the ANFIS structure 4-12-12-12-1 or 4 inputs, 12 hidden layers, and 1 output.</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:35:25+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Analysis Of Maternal Risk Factor On Stunting In Children In Palembang City 2021-05-28T16:24:03+00:00 Pariyana Iche Andriyani Liberty Muhammad Aziz Mariana Machlery.AP Kevin.S <p><em>The incidence of stunting is one of the sustainable development goals target. To achieve it, an intervention that is right and significant </em><em>and in accordance with the priority of stunting risk factors. The priority of risk factors is influenced by many things in different places. Thus, this research is the key as a strategy in identifying priority factors as a prevention strategy against stunting toddlers in Palembang. This research is an analytical observational research with case control approach. The samples were collected using purposive sampling techniques and 170 research subjects were obtained. The data was collected from Health Centre of Palembang City by measuring the height according to the age of the toddlers and carried out interviews with the toddler’s mother. There results were analysed using Chi-square statistical tests. The analysis results obtained which had a meaningful relation with stunting incidence are maternal age, maternal work, maternal body height, maternal body weight, history of anemia during pregnancy, number of birth, pregnancy gap factor, history of iron or folate supplement consumption history, number of ANC visits, history of infectious diseases during pregnancy, and exclusive breastfeeding. The most dominant risk factors in sequence the chances of stunting children are the number of children more than one by 12 times, anemia during pregnancy by 9 times, mothers who have a high risk age has 7 times, the mother's height is not ideal by 6 times, the distance of pregnancy is equal to or less than 24 months by 4 times, an ANC visit is less than 4 times the chance of 4 times , do not give exclusive breast milk by 4 times, mothers who work outside the house by 3 times, do not consume iron or folate supplements by 3 tim</em><em>es.</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:40:38+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Diversity Of Insect Pests In Rice Plant (Oryza Sativa L) in The Rice Fields Of South Kualuh District, North Labuhanbatu 2021-05-28T16:24:03+00:00 Melfa Aisyah Hutasuhut Kartika Manalu Icha Aurelia Ahmad <p><em>Eradicating rice pests in South Kualuh is difficult to do optimally, because most farmers do not understand the types of pests that attack their rice plants. The objective of this study was to obtain information about the type of pest insects in rice plants and to find out the diversity index of insect pests in rice plants. This research was conducted using trap method and collection of insects was done using a insect net. Observation data was analised using Shanon Wiener (H) diversity / diversity index. The result showed 13 types of pest insects which belongs to 10 families. That is Tettigonia </em><em>sp.</em><em>(Linnaeus, 1758), Sogatella furcifera (Horváth, 1899), Nephotettix virescens (Distant, 1908), Cofana spectra (Distant, 1908), Atractomorpha crenulata (Fabricius, 1793), Erotides </em><em>sp.</em><em>(Laporte, 1836), Leptocorisa acuta (Thunberg, 1783), Aulacophora indica (Gmelin, 1790), Chrysochus cobaltinus (LeConte, 1857), Silba capsicarum (McAlpine, 1956), Hercostomus germanus (Wiedemann, 1817), Cnaphalocrosis medinalis (Guenée, 1854), Scirpophaga incertulas (Walker, 1863). The diversity index of rice pest insects was categorized as moderate with a value of 2,35 and a dominance index of 0,108. This value indicates that the distribution of species is evenly distributed so that no insect species dominates in the area.</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:44:24+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Analysis of Stunting Incidence Factors in Toddlers Aged 23-59 Months in the Work Area of the Padang Tiji Community Health Center, Pidie Regency, 2020 2021-05-28T16:24:04+00:00 Fauziah Andika <p><em>Aceh is ranked third nationally for child stunting, behind East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) and West Sulawesi (Sulbar). Currently, he explained, the government is aggressively campaigning for the prevention and handling of stunting. This is because the prevalence of stunting for infants under five years of age (toddlers) in Indonesia in 2018 was 30.8%. Based on a report from Puskesmas Padang Tiji in 2018, there were 114 (18.4%) toddlers aged 23-59 months who experienced stunting, while in 2019 it increased to 138 (20.9%) toddlers with stunting. The purpose of this study was to analyze the incidence of stunting in children aged 23-59 months in the Padangtiji Community Health Center in 2020. This research method uses a case control approach. In the study, the control samples were toddlers who came to Posyandu who were randomly selected. The research sample was 50 cases and 50 controls, namely 1: 1. This research was conducted on December 10, 2020 to December 21, 2020. The statistical test used is the chi-square test by looking at the OR value and data analysis using univariate and bivariate analysis. The results of this study were the relationship between the incidence of stunting with exclusive breastfeeding (P = 0.016) (OR = 3.071), birth weight (P = 0.678), infectious diseases (P = 0.523) and birth spacing (P = 0.043) (OR = 2,421). The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between exclusive breastfeeding and birth spacing with the incidence of stunting in toddlers aged 23-59 months in the working area of Puskesmas Padang Tiji in 2020. The suggestions are expected to further improve health promotion in the form of counseling related to the causes and prevention of stunting in order to increase knowledge mothers regarding stunting and prevention related to infectious diseases in reducing morbidity that can lead to stunting.</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:48:05+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Role Of Quality, Promotion And Trust In Purchase Decisions At PT. Weedo Niaga Global 2021-05-28T16:24:04+00:00 Syaifullah Ester Hervina Sihombing Maya Andriani Sabaruddin Chaniago Manda Dwipayani Bhastary <p><em>In this era of globalization and technology, there is a demand for changes in all areas of business in the world today. One of them is in the field of marketing. The development of the information technology system which is growing rapidly and increasingly sophisticated has made the company take advantage of the marketing and selling interests of its products. This research aims to examine the effect of product quality, promotion and trust on purchasing satisfaction at PT Weedo Niaga Global both partially and simultaneously. This study used a descriptive research design with a quantitative approach. The software used to manage and analyze this data is SPSS version 25. The sample was determined using random sampling of 115 respondents. Data collection was carried out by means of a questionnaire. Based on the results of statistical tests, it is known that the variables of product quality, promotion, trust and purchase decisions are normally distributed data, the independent variables do not occur multicollinearity and heteroscedasticity. From the results of the determination coefficient of 51.7%. The t test results show that the value of product quality is 3.239&gt; 1.98118 with sig 0.002 &lt;0.05 means that product quality has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions, the promotional value of 5.454&gt; 1.98118 with sig 0.000 &lt;0.05 means that promotion has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions, and the value of trust 2.983&gt; 1.98118 with sig 0.004 &lt;0.05 means that trust has a positive and significant effect on purchasing decisions. While the f test results show the value of 39,581&gt; 2.69 with sig 0.000 &lt;0.05, so simultaneously the variables of product quality, promotion and trust have a significant effect on purchasing decisions.</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:50:17+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Fitness Analysis Of Water Suitability For Seaeed Cultivation Kappahycus Alvarezii In South Buton Regency, Southeast Sulawesi 2021-05-28T16:24:04+00:00 Fadhli Insani Ihsan Hasni Y. Azis Ansar Amran <p><em>Seaweed cultivation in Indonesia is more focused on the production of Kappaphycus alvarezii species as a carrageenan producer. Land suitability analysis is an important stage in the preparation of spatial planning for coastal areas. This study aims to determine the appropriate location of the waters based on physical and chemical parameters using GIS. The research method is survey methods to get actual data related to seaweed cultivation activities. The spatial analysis of land suitability was carried out with a geographic information system based on the results of the x-weight score. The results of the analysis show that the spatial distribution that can be used for seaweed cultivation in the Batauga sub-district is 280 ha (very suitable) and Sampolawa 519 ha (very suitable), 838 ha (suitable), 234 ha (unsuitable).</em></p> 2021-05-28T02:51:49+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Analysis of Mortality Factors in COVID-19 Patients; Systematic Review 2021-05-28T16:24:05+00:00 Yunita Liana Pariyana Mariana <p><strong><em>Abstract</em></strong><em>.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p><em>Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a highly contagious disease caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus.</em><em>&nbsp;The increase in the number of COVID-19 cases is progressing quickly and has been spread between countries.</em>&nbsp;<em>As of October 14, 2020, there are 213 countries/regions around the world that have reported Covid-19 with a total of 38,002,699 confirmed cases of which 1,083,234 died. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between mortality factors and mortality in COVID-19 patients to predict the patient's prognosis. This research method is a systematic review through a literature review on mortality factors in COVID-19 patients</em>&nbsp;<em>Literature searches were accessed through internet searches using the Pubmed database ba</em><em>sed on the preferred reporting items for systemic review and meta-analysis (PRISMA). A systematic search was carried out on 18 October - 20 October 2020 with the keywords </em><em>“COVID-19” AND “Death” OR “Decease” AND “Factor Associated”.</em><em>&nbsp;</em><em>There were 8 literature selected that met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Based on the findings of the eight journals, mortality is old age, male, has a clinical condition of hypertension, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, neurologi</em><em>cal disease, lymphophenia laboratory test results, hyperlactate dehydrogenase, increased procalcitonin, increased neutrophils, increased C-reactive protein, and increased D-dimer. All literature reported that a p value &lt;0.05 was obtained from the analysis of the relationship between mortality factors and cases of death in COVID-19 patients.</em>&nbsp;<em>There is a significant relationship between mortality factors and the death of COVID-19 patients, where the mortality factors are elderly, male, have a clinical condition of hypertension, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, neurological disease, lymphophenia laboratory test results, hyperlactate dehydrogenase, increase in procalcitonin, increase in neutrophils, increase in C-reactive protein, and increase in D-dimers in which the prognosis of patients who have mortality factors tends to be worse.</em></p> <p><strong><em>Keywords: Mortality, Coronavirus, COVID-19</em></strong></p> 2021-05-28T12:54:04+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Analysis of Rice Consumer Loyalty in Pekanbaru City 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 Chezy WM Vermila Andi Alatas <p><em>This study aims to determine the loyalty of consumers who buy rice in Pekanbaru City. The method used is the survey method for households in Pekanbaru City, which consists of 12 Districts which are divided proportionally based on BPS data in 2020. The sample in this study is 240 households, based on the field survey results obtained for consumer characteristics are at 84.00% of the productive age ranges from 15 - 35 years old. For educational characteristics, 63.41% of undergraduate consumer education (S1) covers various fields of science. Then for the characteristics of income, it is found that as much as 6.92% of consumer income is 2,888,564 or equivalent to MSEs. Whereas for the type of work obtained as many as 57.4% have a livelihood / job as private employees. Meanwhile, the results of the analysis of consumer loyalty are not yet at the level of loyal buyers because the loyalty pyramid value of Switcher buyers is still above 50% and the value of committed buyers is still very small, namely 26.67%. The level of loyalty of rice consumers in the city of Pekanbaru is not yet at the level of loyal buyers because in the loyalty pyramid the value of Switcher buyers is still above 63%, which is 56.61% with the frequent category and the committed buyer value is also very small, namely 49.72% with the non-category. like, for the value of Liking The Brand and Satisfied Buyer, which is 100% with the very satisfied category. And the Habitual Buyer value is 96.66% with the category agree.</em></p> 2021-05-28T15:10:04+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The influence of Combination Therapy Progressive Muscle Relaxation and Deep breathing Relaxation against Stress Levels of diabetics in Prolanis BPJS The Health Of The City Of Palangka Raya 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 Barto Mansyah Ns. Syam’ani <p><em>Diabetes mellitus is one of the diseases with great impact on health and society, not only for its high prevalence but also for chronic complications and high mortality.. The psychological impact of diabetes began to be felt by the patient since he was diagnosed the doctor. Patients begin to experience psychological disorders such stress on himself related to the care and treatment should be undertaken. Conditions of emotional stress that require proper handling in order not to fall on the more severe conditions. This study aims to identify the influence of combination therapy progressive muscle relaxation and deep breathing relaxation against stress levels of patients with diabetes mellitus in Prolanis BPJS Kesehatan Kota Palangka Raya. The design used in this study using the design of the study : “PRE-TEST-POST-TEST DESIGN WITH CONTROL GROUP”. In this study population was patients with diabetes mellitus in Prolanis BPJS Kesehatan Kota Palangka Raya. The sampling technique in this study using total sampling technique, as many as 48 people. This research is expected to contribute positively to the management of emotional stress in patients with diabetes mellitus.</em></p> 2021-05-28T15:13:48+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Competitive Advantage Through Positioning Strategy ith Indirect Effects: Study Of Outlet Business In Rest Area Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road West Java Indonesia 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 Joseph M.J.Renwarin <p><em>The objective of this paper is give analysis about current condition of businesses in rest area at toll road in the West Java. The destination of toll road divided by two point, the first, to Bandung city through access to center Java by south Java island route and the second, to Cirebon city through access to center Java by north Java island route. The impact of the open new access is have many opportunities business in the rest area. Every business owner and management try to create the best strategies for sustain by the &nbsp;increase of &nbsp;revenue. Starbuck is one of the sucsess outlets in that. Therefore, this research try to find the impact of importance, communicability and affordability on customer purchase decision.&nbsp; The methodology of this research is exploratory research with the object of research is the customers of Starbuck outlet in rest area KM 19 as the respondents.&nbsp; The datas collecting from focus group discussion (FGD), some interviews to manager, questionare disbursement. The results of research are the influence purchasing decisions at point of r table numbers R of 0.639 is obtained. The communicability is the big influential variable on customer purchase decision. </em></p> 2021-05-28T15:19:15+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Mind Covid, Remember Mask" To Reduce Corona Spreading (A Case Study In The Johan Pahlawan Sub-District, Meulaboh City, West Aceh) 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 Musliyadi Irmayanti <p><em>The coronavirus spread has been the main issue among Acehnese people since it occurred.&nbsp; Every day, people get infected; some people also are starting to recover from the coronavirus. The governments have been working to reduce the risked people and infected victims by providing various personal protective equipment and educating the public about the virus and its threats. Those all require society to obey them, such as wearing masks to avoid being infected or transmit to other people. Until now, the spread of the coronavirus is also very high trending. The Covid-19 task force in Jakarta on February 16th, 2021&nbsp; recorded that the ratio of coronavirus cases has reached 38.34 percent. This figure shows the highest daily record since the pandemic took place. This study used a descriptive method with a qualitative approach. Data collection was performed by interviewing several communities in the Johan Pahlawan sub-district, monitoring and observing in the field, and reading relevant sources. The study found a low level of community compliance with health protocols. The use of masks is still very lacking; people only wear masks when raids are carried out on the streets by joint government officials</em></p> 2021-05-28T15:25:54+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Motivation Of Bali Cattle Farmers Tinanggea and Palangga Subdistrict South Konawe Regency 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 Laode Munadi Harapin Hafid La Ode Muh Munadi Deki Zulkarnain Sitti Rahma Ratu Pujian <p><em>Tinanggea and Palangga subdistricts of South Konawe Regency have many cattle farmers and relatively more populations than other livestock. The research aims to find out the motivation of farmers in raising bali cattle in Tinanggea and Palangga subdistricts in June - July 2020. Sub-districts and villages were determined by purposive sampling based on the largest number of livestock, while respondents selected as many as 60 farmers in simple random sampling. Furthermore, the data obtained is analyzed using The Likert scale and explained derpively. The results showed a strong reason farmers keep Balinese cattle because of economic motivation (68.8%), entertainment motivation (56%), environmental motivation (36%), and (4) social status motivation (22%).</em></p> 2021-05-28T15:35:17+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Marketing Analysis Of Beef Cattle In Landono And Mowila Subdistricts Of South Konawe Regency 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 Laode Munadi Rahim Aka La Ode Muh Munadi Razak Ali Muhammad Amrullah Pagala Syamsuddin <p><em>Research has been conducted in Landono and Mowila Subdistricts of South Konawe Regency in October-December 2020. The subjects of the study were ranchers and beef cattle traders. Location determination is done intentionally (purposive sampling) while farmers who become respondents are taken as many as 60 people, consisting of 30 respondents each sub-district, which is determined randomly simple (simple random sampling). Research variables are characteristics of respondents including age, education, business experience, number of family members, channels and marketing institutions, margins, costs and profits between marketing agencies. The results showed marketing channels, namely, Farmers→The Final Consumer (Channel I), Farmers → End Consumer → Collectors (Channel II), Farmers → Large Traders→ End Consumers (Channel III), Farmers→ Collector Traders→ Large Traders→The Final Consumer (Channel IV). Marketing margin on channel III (Rp 1,088,571/tail) and channel IV (Rp 1,088,571/tail), lowest on channel II (Rp 765,556/tail). The institutions that get the highest profit are large traders (Rp 998,571/tail), the lowest collector traders (Rp 575,556/tail).</em></p> 2021-05-28T15:38:54+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Mental Accounting in Household Financial Management (Study in Civil Servants of Senior High School Teachers in Sirimau District Ambon) 2021-06-08T02:10:21+00:00 Micrets Agustina Silaya Chricella Natalia Joseph Dessy Balik Debby Likumahua <p><em>Objectives-Financial management is the process of systematically carrying out financial resources to meet the needs of life. In financial management, a person often thinks partially, thus causing illogical use of money because of the mental accounting aspects of the individual.</em> <em>This research aimed to analyze mental accounting in household financial management of civil servants of senior high school teachers in Sirimau District Ambon. </em><em>Methods - This research was a descriptive study. The sample in this research was civil servant of high school teachers in Sirimau District Ambon. The research was carried out by distributing questionnaires directly to the high school teacher in Sirimau district Ambon.</em> <em>The analysis technique used in this research is descriptive statistics using frequency distribution.</em> <em>Results - The research results indicate that there is a mental acoounting in household financial management. This can be seen from the behavior that tends to classify and enforce differently depending on where the money comes from. In this research, mental accounting is used as a self control in the sense that it does not have a biased effect but a good one.</em></p> 2021-05-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Manufacture Glycerol Byproducts From Waste Cooking Oil Through The Transesterification Process In Various Brands Of Oil In The Indonesian Market 2021-05-28T16:24:06+00:00 monica suryani <table> <tbody> <tr> <td width="423"> <p><strong><em>&nbsp;</em></strong></p> <p><strong><em>Abstract</em></strong><em>.</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> <p>Waste cooking oil is oil that has been used repeatedly, up to 2-4 times in the frying pan. The large number of Indonesian people who often consume waste cooking oil due to economic factors. The use of oil repeatedly reduces the nutritional value and affects the quality and value of fried food ingredients. However, this waste is very useful, it can be processed into glycerol which is useful in the cosmetic industry. The objective of this research is to prove that the glycerol byproduct of waste cooking oil with various oil brands in the Indonesian market has similar functional groups to commercial glycerol. The research was carried out experimentally by making glycerol using waste cooking oil. Glycerol is made using a transesterification process. Transesterification (alcoholic reaction) is a vegetable fat or oil that is reacted with alcohol to produce an ester and glycerol as a byproduct with the help of an alkaline catalyst. Evaluation of glycerol includes organoleptic, specific gravity, viscosity, glycerol content, ash content, moisture content, and sugar content. The results of the study using FTIR showed that the commercial glycerol wave number was 3291cm-1, brand X at 3291cm-1, and brand Y at 3267cm-1, which indicated the presence of an OH (hydroxyl) group. Commercial glycerol absorption bands at 2931 and 2877 cm-1, brand X at 2933 and 2879 cm-1, and brand Y at 2931 and 2877cm-1, indicating the presence of aliphatic (alkyl) CH groups. Based on the research results, it can be concluded that the glycerol byproduct of waste cooking oil using the Indonesian market brands X and Y has similar functional groups to commercial glycerol. However, glycerol is the byproduct of waste cooking oil brand X which has the most similarities with commercial glycerol.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Keyword: <em>waste cooking oil, glycerol, transesterification, oil Indonesian market</em></p> <p><em>&nbsp;</em></p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> 2021-05-28T15:43:42+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Patient Expectations on How Doctors Deliver Bad News (Case Study of Cancer Patients in Jambi City) 2021-05-28T16:24:07+00:00 Leila Mona Ganiem Hasanah Suryani Utami <p><strong>A</strong><strong>bstract:</strong></p> <p>Research related to patient expectations has existed, but not specifically in Indonesia, especially in Jambi. For this reason, this study is aimed, firstly, to find out the patient's opinion on how doctors deliver bad news according to the SPIKES stage. The second objective was to explore patients' opinions regarding their expectations about the way doctors communicate bad news, namely cancer diagnosis and prognosis in breast cancer patients, taking into account the SPIKES protocol. This case study research uses a qualitative approach. Research in the city of Jambi in January - November 2019, used interviews with eight informants, namely female patients who saw an oncologist (cancer). Interviews were conducted with each informant and also to the group. Doctors only use some stages, namely stages, interview, giving knowledge, strategy, and summary. The patients studied think that the doctor passes through stages, perception, and invitation. There was a large tendency in the Emotions with the empathic response stage, patients who felt that they were given attention to the patient's emotional condition with an empathetic response, only a small proportion did not feel the doctor's empathic response. Expectations of patients, doctors pay attention to the stages of SPIKES as well as the dimensions of content and dimensions of relationships in delivering bad news about a diagnosis of the disease.</p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Trust of Information Technology Governance in High School Institution (HSI): A Conceptual Framework 2021-05-28T16:24:07+00:00 Resad Setyadi Aedah Abd Rahman Aang Subiyakto Anwar Fattah <p><em>This study aims to build a conceptual framework for previous research. This research is related to High School Institutions (HSI) readiness and usability that provides Information Technology Governance Trust (ITGT). The findings based on the literature review provide the initial construction and subsequently become a model conceptual framework. The comparison results with previous research indicate an influence between readiness and usability to user trust when implementing Information Technology Governance (ITG.) in an institution. The impact was identified through past literature, namely assessing the relationship between the Readiness Domain and the Usability Domain towards ITG. By testing high school institutional users (HSI), a trust will be through testing to develop a framework model research.</em></p> 2021-05-28T16:05:41+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management The Development of Agritourism Village Area (case study at Kemuning Lor Village Arjasa Subdistrict Jember Regency) 2021-05-28T16:24:07+00:00 Dewi Kurniawati Rizal Perlambang CNAWP Oktanita Jaya A. M. Rizal Umami <p>One of the famous tourist attractions in Jember and became the icon of the agritourism village since 2009 in Jember Regency is Kemuning Lor Village, Arjasa subdistrict, Jember regency. This case makes&nbsp;the background of the research entitled the development of Agrowisata Village in Kemuning Lor Village, Arjasa District, Jember Regency. The objectives of this research are: 1) to know the economic empowerment of the community in the village of agritourism; 2) to identify the impact of tourism village development on community income; 3) to identify regional cooperation in the management of agritourism areas; and 4) to analyze the appropriate policy to the development of agritourism areas. This research uses descriptive research type. Research results are (1) the empowerment that already exists in the village of agritourism for example economic learning through the formation of skill groups with training models, economic learning through the formation of art groups, empowerment models through agent of change ,; (2) The impact of tourism village development on community income does not affect the income of the community. The increase of community income that occurred at the time of the study was due to the outside income of the farm, not the existence of an agritourism village. (3) Local government cooperation in managing the agritourism area included aspects: 1) Human Resource; 2) capital; 3) production; 4) distribution; 5) marketing; 6) competitiveness; and (7) Analysis of development policy of&nbsp;agritourism village in Kemuning Lor in, Arjasa sub-district, Jember regency as follows: tourism development policies especially agritourism villages already exist but have not run optimally in accordance with the vision and mission of the Tourism Office.</p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management Design And Build A Room Security System Based On Internet Of Things (IOT) 2021-05-28T16:24:07+00:00 Juman Kundang K Tjahjono B Yulhendri Apresia Kadek <p>Workspace or home security systems required special attention, especially in the issue of locks for room security that must be unique, not easily opened by unauthorized people to enter the room. In this research, indoor security systems applied Internet of things (IoT), the use of MQTT Broker which functions as a getway for data transactions between publishers and subscribers, power supply and ESP8266. The method to building the smart doorlock was use prototype method, designed &nbsp;the system and design diagrams, used UML (Unified Manipulation Language), the analysing problem used the PIECES method. The use of the MQTT broker functions as a gateway to connect publishers, subscribers, power supplies and the ESP8266 wifi module which functions as a gateway between devices to the mobile. The result of this researched was prototype the smart door lock system using IoT.</p> 2021-05-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management