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Topik Khusus (Telekomunikasi 2)
*May 16, 2016*

*Posted by desrinda in Umum.*

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Sharing material: MULTIPLE SECTORS IN MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY

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Manajemen Pemeliharaan dan Reliabilitas [3]
*October 17, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in TPM.*

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Foundation for TPM = 5S http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5S_(methodology)

TPM Award is released by Japan Institute for Plant Management (JIPM).

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Strategi Industri [5]
*October 17, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Strategi Industri.*

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**PORTER’S GENERIC STRATEGY**

1. Cost leadership strategy

2. Differentiation strategy

3. Niche specialization (focus) strategy

Source: http://www.quickmba.com/strategy/generic.shtml

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**PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS**

In BCG Matrix, each SBU fall in to one of the four cells called: Question Marks, Stars, Cash Cows and Dogs.

**Question Marks**

Question marks are low-share business with high-growth markets. They require a lot of cash to hold their share. Management has to think hard which question marks to build into star and which ones to phase out.

STRATEGY: Build market share or harvest/digest.

**Stars
**Stars are high-growth, high-share businesses or products. The often need heavy investment to finance their rapid growth. Eventually their growth will slow down and, they will turn into cash cows.

STRATEGY: Hold or invest or growth.

**Cash Cows**

Cash cows are low-growth, high-share business or products. These established and succeed SBUs need less investment to hold their market share. They produce a lot of cash that the company uses to pay its bills and to support other SBUs that need investment.

STRATEGY: Hold or add market share.

**Dogs**

Dogs are low growth, low share business and products. They may generate enough cash to maintain themselves but do not promise to large sources of cash.

STRATEGY: Harvest/divest.

Source: http://www.thesmartmarketing.co.cc/index.php/basics/4-the-bcg-matrix-a-powerful-portfolio-analysis

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Analisa Multivariat [4]
*October 17, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Analisa Multivariat.*

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**DATA EXAMINATION**

Graphical Examination

– Histogram and The Normal Curve

– Stem and Leaf Diagram

– Scatter Plot

Missing data:

– Systematic (affected by researcher or respondent)

– Random (occurs naturally)

Researcher’s concern = to identify the patterns and relationships underlying the missing data.

Outlier = distinctively different data (can be identified by box plot), probably caused by:

– Procedural error

– Extraordinary event

Multivariate testing assumptions:

– Normality (e.g. normal probability plot)

– Linearity

– Homoscedascity

– Non correlated errors

Data can be transformed, dummy variable can be created. Multicollinearity (http://www.nd.edu/~rwilliam/stats2/l11.pdf) should be avoided.

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Teknik Keputusan [4]
*October 17, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Teknik Keputusan.*

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**INFLUENCE DIAGRAM AND DECISION TREE**

Useful downloads:

http://classweb.gmu.edu/aloerch/473-InfluenceDiag.pdf

http://faculty.weber.edu/lburton/MHA%206350/Influence%20Diagrams%20&%20Dec%20Trees.ppt

http://www.srl.gatech.edu/education/ME6105/Lectures/Lecture4_DecisionsInDesign.pdf

Rule of thumb: There is no looping in influence diagram because it describes information flow (until decision making), not sequence of event.

Application for Engineering Management:

http://www.ee.cuhk.edu.hk/~seg7410/protected/Intro2.ppt

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Analisa Multivariat [3]
*October 9, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Analisa Multivariat.*

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The third class of this term has been for us to refresh our memory (*if there was any, hahaha*…) about basic definitions on multivariate analysis previously learnt in **mathematics** (matrix algebra – vector, matrix, distance, inverse, singularity) and **statistics** (variance, covariance, corelation, t-test, hotelling).

http://www.edmeasurement.net/matrix/notes/Definitions.pdf

More about hotelling: http://knowledgeforge.net/opentextbook/svn/multivariatestatistics/interactivenotes/STAT3401Week6Acrotex.pdf

Wilks Lambda: http://gauss.usouthal.edu/ajmms-imst07/status/306/manu306.pdf

Likelihood ratio test (in MS Excel = OLS formula): http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/math/pdf/0610/0610835v1.pdf

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Strategi Industri [4]
*October 9, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Strategi Industri.*

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Pak Yadrifil has taught our class (felt like a real MBA class) about planning stages in Strategic Management:

**STAGE 1**

The Input Stage (EFE, CPM, IFE)

**STAGE 2**

The Matching Stage (TOWS, SPACE matrix, BCG matrix, IE matrix, Grand Strategy matrix)

**STAGE 3**

The Decision Stage (Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix = QSPM)

Very good presentation by Prof. Dr. András Nábrádi, PhD, MBA: http://www.agr.hr/cro/istrazivanja/projekti/ahead/doc/strategic_mgmt_4.pdf

We must prepare for next week: **QUIZ!!!!!**

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Manajemen Pemeliharaan dan Reliabilitas [1]
*October 3, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in TPM.*

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Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) System = Maintenance Prevention (MP) + Preventive Maintenance (MP) + Maintainability Improvement

TPM involves total participation of all employee (not limited only to labor).

To increase effectiveness = ZERO INVENTORY, ZERO LOSS.

TPM main features:

-Activities to maximize effectiveness

-Autonomous maintenance by operator

-Company-led small group activities

Online introduction to TPM: http://www.plant-maintenance.com/articles/tpm_intro.pdf

More details: http://etidweb.tamu.edu/ftp/ENTC380/Exam%201%20Material/380%20Total%20Productive%20Maintenance.pdf

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Strategi Industri [3]
*October 3, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Strategi Industri.*

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**BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT**

Online presentation: http://tsharto.staff.gunadarma.ac.id/Downloads/files/1946/BusinessEnvironmentAnalysis.pdf

**Porter’s Five Forces Model of Competition**

Source: http://notesdesk.com/notes/strategy/porters-five-forces-model-porters-model/

Another one: http://www.sba.pdx.edu/faculty/hpettit/five_forces.pdf

Further reading about EFE/IFE: http://faculty.jwu.edu/pbagdan/HOSP4060/assignments/E&IFactor%20Evaluation.doc

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Manajemen Keuangan Korporasi dan Perbankan [3]
*October 2, 2009*

*Posted by desrinda in Keuangan dan Perbankan.*

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**KEY FINANCIAL RATIOS**

**Profitability Ratios**

1. Rate of return on common equity

2. Rate of return on total assets

3. Profit margin on sales

**Asset Utilization (“activity” or “turnover” ratios)**

4. Inventory turnover

5. Fixed asset turnover

6. Total asset turnover

**Risk Measure – Liquidity**

7. Current ratio

8. Quick or “acid test” ratio

**Risk Measure – Leverage**

9. Debt per total assets ratio

10. Times interest earned

**Market Price Ratios**

11. Price-earnings ratio

Useful download: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/3357566/finance-ratios

**Du Pont Chart: **

http://www.businessplans.org/DuPontChart.html

http://www.orionco.net/ppt/Duponts_by_Morrison.pps

**Modified du Pont chart:**