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Topik Khusus (Telekomunikasi 2) May 16, 2016

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Sharing material: MULTIPLE SECTORS IN MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY

Manajemen Pemeliharaan dan Reliabilitas [3] October 17, 2009

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

pillarsofTPM

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

Strategi Industri [5] October 17, 2009

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PORTER’S GENERIC STRATEGY
1. Cost leadership strategy
2. Differentiation strategy
3. Niche specialization (focus) strategy

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

 

PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS

BCG Matrix

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

Analisa Multivariat [4] October 17, 2009

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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.

Teknik Keputusan [4] October 17, 2009

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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

Analisa Multivariat [3] October 9, 2009

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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

Strategi Industri [4] October 9, 2009

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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!!!!!

Manajemen Pemeliharaan dan Reliabilitas [1] October 3, 2009

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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

Strategi Industri [3] October 3, 2009

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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

porters-five-forces-model

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

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

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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:

modified du Pont Chart